Mazars is pleased to promote the 2017 edition of the Global Ecommerce report devised by the Ecommerce Foundation, together with the Global Ecommerce Association, gathering +40 local ecommerce association.
“Our mission is to foster global digital tradeas peace is the natural effect of trade. By facilitating digital commerce we hope to make the world a slightly better place.” says Jorij Abraham, Managing Director, Ecommerce Foundation and co-author of this study. This ambition echoes Business. For Good®, our global program that encourages business leaders to ‘think and act long-term’ in order to enhance business performance and pursue profit responsibly for the beefier of companies, their stakeholders and wider society.
This report describes both the commercial opportunities, as well as its challenges for the main global ecommerce markets.
Topics and Scope
The report is split into 4 main chapters:
Key facts and figures
Focus on regions
The following 22 countries were selected for the report because of their influence in their regions.
Americas: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico and USA
EMEA: France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Russia and UK
Asia Pacific: Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea
Did you know?
Europe has the highest E-GDP
US has the highest share of e-shoppers
China has the largest ecommerce market
Australia has the fastest ecommerce market
UK is the most satisfied with mobile device
Turkey leads in monthly online payment
Fashion is the leading sector globally for mobile purchasing
Europeans love buying financial services online
With $+100 billion revenues, Amazon is the largest ecommerce company worldwide
Trust is the biggest barrier to shopping more online
Mazars recently released the 2017 edition of the Global Ecommerce survey which highlights the commercial opportunities and challenges for global e-commerce markets. The findings show that data privacy and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be key risk topics in 2018.
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