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Global & Taiwanese Physical Retailers E-Commerce Business Analysed in In-demand MIC Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

11 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The ongoing growth of the global e-commerce market has urged physical retailers from pole to pole to shift away from their brick-and-mortar stores to various e-commerce channels. Thus, the e-commerce trend has swept across the retail sector.

Argos, E-Life Mall, Books.com, Coach, Tatung, Costco (Taiwan), Breeze Center, Next, Tire, Deliv, EcLife, Gap, H&M, Hi-Life, IKEA, Macy's, OK, Primark, Walmart, Ross, RT-Mart, Sampo, Target, Tesco, Tiffany&Co, Watsons, Yahoo, Suning, and ZAR, among others, are the leading companies operating in the e-commerce marketplace.

In-demand research report “Development of the Worldwide and Taiwanese Physical Retailers E-commerce Business” drawn up by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) provides an all-round evaluation of the top global physical retailers' operations and development in the online shopping services and m-commerce universe whilst speculating on the e-commerce deployment of the retailers in Taiwan.

The research publication gives a granular overview of a variety of retail brands by category; sheds light on online shopping services; provides keen insights into the mobile commerce universe. The report includes an insightful discussion of the global physical retailers’ delivery services along with a detailed ranking of these physical retailers as the 50 major mobile merchants. It also provides an evaluation of the Taiwanese retailers focusing on their e-commerce development. A comprehensive listing of leading industry players is at hand in the study as well.

Report Details:

Development of the Worldwide and Taiwanese Physical Retailers E-commerce Business
Published: December, 2015
Pages: 21
Price: US$ 2,000.00 

More studies by the publisher can be found at MIC page


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