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B2C Ecommerce Sales Growth Worldwide, by Country, 2012-2017

B2C Ecommerce Sales Growth Worldwide, by Country, 2012-2017

Global E-Commerce Still on the Rise -- And Becoming Less North America-Centric

Global E-Commerce Still on the Rise -- And Becoming Less North America-Centric

Sales in the Middle East and Africa will increase more quickly this year than in Asia-Pacific, but from a significantly smaller base. Asia-Pacific already accounts for nearly a third of all B2C ecommerce sales in the world, a share of the total just below North America’s. Next year, Asia-Pacific will lead all regions in share of the worldwide total spent online.

Sales in the Middle East and Africa will increase more quickly this year than in Asia-Pacific, but from a significantly smaller base. Asia-Pacific already accounts for nearly a third of all B2C ecommerce sales in the world, a share of the total just below North America’s. Next year, Asia-Pacific will lead all regions in share of the worldwide total spent online.

Competing brands are leveraging ecommerce to get ahead. http://ecommerceouttakes.com/2013/12/06/todays-top-ecommerce-news-84/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EcommerceOuttakes+%28Ecommerce+Outtakes%29

Competing brands are leveraging ecommerce to get ahead. http://ecommerceouttakes.com/2013/12/06/todays-top-ecommerce-news-84/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EcommerceOuttakes+%28Ecommerce+Outtakes%29

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Choosing a color scheme to invoke calm, creativity, and harmony...I'm thinking purple with yellow accents...

Ecommerce share of total retail sales can mean different things in different markets. In the case of the US, this metric shows the continued strength of brick-and-mortar retail, as well as US consumers’ appetite for purchasing in-store. Approximately 63% of the US population will make a digital purchase this year, yet only 6.5% of US retail sales are expected to come from internet transactions, increasing to 8.9% by 2018.

Ecommerce share of total retail sales can mean different things in different markets. In the case of the US, this metric shows the continued strength of brick-and-mortar retail, as well as US consumers’ appetite for purchasing in-store. Approximately 63% of the US population will make a digital purchase this year, yet only 6.5% of US retail sales are expected to come from internet transactions, increasing to 8.9% by 2018.

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