Category: Online Shopping Locations

Category: Online Shopping Locations

WebRestart_Greece_-Share-of-Enterprises-That-Make-b2b-b2g-e-Commerce-Sales-via-a-Website-2016
WebRestart_Greece_-Share-of-Enterprises-that-Make-b2c-e-Commerce-Sales-via-a-Website-2013-2018
WebRestart_Global-Payment-Methods-Online-Transaction-Volume-Share-2018-by-Region
WebRestart_Mobile-Payment-Methods-Accepted-by-Global-Online-Merchants-2018

Most Popular Mobile Payment Methods Accepted by Online Merchants Worldwide in 2017 and 2018

This statistic presents the share of mobile payment methods accepted by merchants worldwide as of March 2018, by payment type and year. According to the findings, in 2017, 79 percent of merchants worldwide accepted debit card as a viable method of mobile payment, however, by 2018, this had decreased by four percentage points to 75…

WebRestart_Mobile Retail Commerce Sales as Percentage of Retail e-Commerce Sales Worldwide From 2016 to 2021

Mobile Retail Commerce Sales as Percentage of Retail e-Commerce Sales Worldwide From 2016 to 2021

This statistic gives information on the share of mobile retail commerce sales as percentage of total retail e-commerce sales worldwide from 2016 to 2021. In 2021, 72.9 percent of all retail e-commerce is expected to be generated via m-commerce, up from 58.9 percent in 2017. Emerging e-commerce markets in mobile-first economies are a large driver…

Webrestart_Global-Mobile-Retail-Commerce-Revenue-2016-2021
WebRestart_Mobile-Commerce-Spending-Worldwide-2016-2017-2021
Webrestart_m-Commerce-Share-of-e-Retail-Sales-2018-by-Country

m-Commerce-Share-of-e-Retail-Sales-2018-by-Country

This statistic presents the mobile share of retail e-commerce transactions in selected countries as of the second quarter of 2018. During the survey period, it was found that m-commerce accounted for 55 percent of e-retail sales in Japan. Sweden was ranked first with a 60 percent mobile transaction share.   WEB RESTART…

Webrestart_Merchants-Worldwide-Who-Support-Mobile-Commerce-as-a-Sales-Channel-2018-by-Segment
Protocol_Global-Online-Shopping-Preference-2017-by-Category

Online or in-store Shopping Preference for Selected Product Categories by Consumers Worldwide as of 2017

This statistic presents the online or in-store shopping preference for selected product categories by consumers worldwide as of 2017. During the survey period, 60 percent of respondents stated that they preferred to purchase books, movies, and video games online. The 3 biggest online stores’ revenue amounted to almost 100 billion US dollars in 2017.