Welcome to the 62nd Week in eCommerce Data, where Friday begins with a dose of ecommerce data. In this week’s roundup, we look at millennial attitudes, online strategies, and ecommerce deceleration. Plus other ecom news elsewhere!
Key ecommerce data
are interested in new connected shopping experiences, such as augmented reality, smart mirrors, voice assistance. In general, 55% of consumers are also interested.
(or $31 billion) the revenue that Alibaba brought in during the three months that ended June, compared with analysts’ estimations of ¥209.4 billion.
the total revenue of Walmart during 2020 as it remains the #1 company in the Fortune 500 by revenue after its thriving online strategy.
in revenue for Etsy during Q2 when compared to Q2 in 2020, amid a general slowing of ecommerce growth around the world.
the forecast revenue for the global esports industry in 2021, marking a growth of 14.5% year-on-year, with Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com looking to dominate the space.
the rebound of sales at malls, according to Simon Property Group, the largest US mall owner. In the 3 months ending June, occupancy rate was 91.8%, down from 94.4% in 2019.
of the US toy industry during the first half of 2021, up $1.7 billion to $11 billion. This is led by sports toys and outdoor toys representing $2.9 billion.
Wayfair has seen an 18% drop in repeat customers in Q2 when compared to the same time last year.