For new e-commerce trends, look east

Oftentimes, when looking for new trends, many people tend to look to the west. However, when it comes to e-commerce, one should definitely look eastwards. – When people ask me why I live in China, I usually turn it around and ask why they have not come here yet,...

Belgians buy Dutch and expect fast deliveries

Belgium’s e-commerce sector has grown rapidly in recent years. The country is above the European average for Internet penetration, but at the same time below average for both number of online consumers and yearly spending. However, the growth of new e-commerce...

French consumers want budget deliveries to the mailbox

France is one of Europe’s largest economies yet ranks only in the middle in regard to e-commerce. It is slightly above the European average for the number of e-commerce consumers and internet penetration. Average spend is in line with the European average. Growth in...

Artificial intelligence and the future of online shopping

In the United States, more than half of all households are expected to have a digital assistant or smart speaker like Google Home or Amazon Echo by 2022, and many people already today use these devices for shopping. In the Nordic region, however, relatively few...

Impressive e-commerce customer growth in Spain

The Spanish e-commerce scene has expanded quite dramatically in the last few years. After lagging behind most other European countries, it is now starting to catch up. The number of e-commerce consumers, internet penetration and average spend per year is now more or...

Poland e-commerce in focus

E-commerce in Poland has been relatively late to develop, but on the other hand is growing fast. Poland is below the European average for the number of e-commerce consumers, internet penetration and average spend per year, but growth in the number of new e-commerce...