Welcome to the eighteenth Week in eCommerce Data, where Friday begins with a dose of ecommerce data. In this week’s roundup, we see the dependency of retailers on the holiday season to survive, and the deceleration of ecommerce from July to August. Plus more!
Key ecommerce data
are depending on the holiday season to stay alive as the pandemic continues tormenting the economy.
in non-store retail sales in August year over year, continuing its deceleration since the heights of June (31.5%) and down into July (25.5%).
although shops of Nike have begun to reopen, it expects its online sales to represent half of all sales in the coming years, as its CEO states “digital is here to stay”.
the amount of vehicles that is expected to generate in-car transactions, or v-commerce, of $500 billion by the end of 2030.
the number of seasonal staff that Walmart is set to hire for its ecommerce operations heading into the holiday season.
the number of seasonal staff that Target is set to hire, upping Walmart, as it also heads into the holiday season.
want to be able to choose what logistics company delivers its products. The prime reason is to influence the delivery reliability.
are frustrated by their ecommerce experience — that’s more than half of Hungarians that shop online — with main reasons being unreliable websites, unknown payment page, and timeouts.