This Week in eCommerce Data: October 1st, 2021
- This Week in eCommerce Data
Welcome to the 70th Week in eCommerce Data, where Friday begins with a dose of ecommerce data. In this week’s roundup, we look at AR ecommerce rooms, supply chain issues, and shipping fees. Plus, other ecommerce news from elsewhere!
Key ecommerce data
Etsy debuts Etsy House, the first interactive AR experience that lets shoppers tour a digital house decorated with items from the marketplace.
the increase in the number of containers imported to the US in one month (August) since NRF began tracking back in 2002, with port delays straining retailers’ holiday plans.
the shipping fee that HomeGoods has tagged onto online orders under $119 on its new ecommerce site, HomeGoods.com.
delivery service Deliveroo partners with grocery chain Morrisons to launch Hop, a service that delivers groceries in under 10 minutes.
24 billion listings
Google’s data set of product inventory as it adds new ways for consumers to shop, including turning a website’s photos into shoppable products.
1.7 times more likely
for users of TikTok to purchase products through the app, compared to its competitors, as it expands its livestream shopping capabilities with more partners, including Wix and PrestaShop.
13% of China’s ecommerce sales
now come from livestream ecommerce, as it advances its share in total ecommerce sales, and with livestream shopping gaining ground in the West.
the value of ecommerce across the whole of Europe in 2020, representing an annual growth of 10%.