New Concepts in Retailing Space Investigated in Euromonitor International Report Now Available at

29 Mar 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With online shoppers demanding convenience of delivery at lower costs, non-grocery and grocery retailers continue their race to become leading players in the delivery space.

High costs related to delivery services’ provision (in the USA in particular) are expected to make small players to leave this race in the upcoming years. Meanwhile, higher population density and lower labor promise bright future for market players in emerging economies.

S-commerce has grown at a slow pace across most developed economies, while Asian markets witness growth at a swiftest pace. This growth is particularly quick in China.

Rising penetration of internet, increasing usage of mobile devices and growth seen in cross-border transactions are some of key factors driving growth of the markets.

In the meantime, entrenched market players make attempts to make their marketplace platforms more attractive for customers and sellers, and other platforms work on deepening their footprint in the e-commerce market.

New research study “New Concepts in Retailing: DIGITAL” elaborated by Euromonitor International Ltd offers valuable insights into newest concepts in the digital retailing space across the globe. The report sheds light on sizing and a shape of this industry. It explores trends emerging in this marketplace and outlines impact they have on retailing in different markets. The study casts light on channels’ development and looks at shopping patterns. The research report explores major companies and brands and outline changes expected to take place in this market.

Report Details:

New Concepts in Retailing: DIGITAL
Published: March, 2016
Pages: 25
Price: US$ 1,325.00

Other markets scrutinized by this publisher comprise:

More new research studies by our market research partner can be found at Euromonitor International page.


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