This Week in eCommerce Data: April 29th, 2022
- This Week in eCommerce Data
Welcome to the 93rd Week in eCommerce Data, where Friday begins with a dose of ecommerce data. In this week’s roundup, plenty of ecommerce shopper attitudes covering brand loyalty and European Union news affecting online sales. Plus, other ecommerce news from elsewhere!
Key ecommerce data
6% of global ecommerce sales
the potential noncompliance costs for companies as new European Union legislation set to come into place next year or 2024.
51% of shoppers
said that making sure their groceries are in stock and available is crucial to continuing to shop with that ecommerce store.
35% of shoppers
are willing to leave their favorite grocers and pharmacies for competitors that have better digital features.
$12.95 per month
the cost of Walmart+, the retail giant’s subscription service, as it adds deeper gas discounts to attract more subscribers.
1 free, 1 paid
Lululemon is launching two membership programs, one free and one paid ($39 per month) to drive broader brand loyalty.
the amount raised by the artificial intelligence platform Eurora, which automates European Union ecommerce shipping compliance.
15 key markets
with Klarna’s partnership with ecommerce platform Global-e, the digital retail bank is extending its network to Canada.
48% of consumers
think that social media is a “great place to learn about new products” but only 13% of them prefer to buy on social media.