Global B2C E-commerce Report 2019

16 October, 2019
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Global B2C e-commerce turnover is forecast to reach
over $2 trillion in 2019.

‘Global e-commerce offers huge potential but to harness it, the whole industry still needs to adapt its services. There is a need to further develop a frictionless international
shopping experience that improves the whole process.’

Renaud Marlière, Chief Business Development Officer, Asendia

The Global E-commerce report explores the details of global B2C e-commerce, including connectivity, digital readiness and device usage. The report also includes several interviews with experts from SAP, GMO Registry, and Asendia.


Infrastructure & Logistics

The global e-commerce market is continuing to grow at an impressive rate. Around the world, infrastructure and logistics are improving and becoming more and more e-commerce friendly.

In terms of the main indices that benchmark international economies (Logistics Performance, Ease of Doing Business, E-Government Development, Inclusive Internet) there is a surprising mix of countries, with no country featuring in the top 5 across all of them.


E-commerce Landscape

The report covers six regions: South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia & Oceania, and North America.

The Asia & Oceania region has the highest e-commerce turnover, while the Africa region has the lowest. For each region, around 10 countries have been analysed in the report, focusing on e-commerce facts and figures, and B2C e-commerce turnover.

You can learn about the wide range of e-commerce statistics among these countries, such as the internet penetration of Tanzania (lowest) and the United Arab Emirates (highest).

If you want to learn more about B2C turnover in these countries, download the Global E-commerce report. You’ll find additional information on market penetration and a general overview of the global market.


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