Online store and COVID19

the growth of e-commerce during the coronavirus

Studies of e-commerce growth during the coronavirus have shown that the pandemic profoundly affected consumer behavior.
Companies today are concerned about how post-pandemic changes will continue to affect their customers‘ responses. Therefore, today it is an important task to analyze the growth of e-commerce during the corona virus.

Cell phone everywhere

In fact, 72% of consumers use their phones, computers and tablets to store in stores. According to Mckinsey, consumers in the U.S., Brazil, India, Japan, Korea and China show a positive intent to increase the frequency of online purchases in various categories. These include food, household goods, personal care products and other leisure and sports products. Similarly, children’s products and books / magazines / newspapers also benefited from the restriction, leading to strong growth in e-commerce during the corona virus.

47% of Internet users worldwide spend more time shopping online.

  • 46% of Internet users between 16 and 24 years old

  • 53% of users between 25 and 34 years

  • 50% of Internet users between 35 and 44 years old

  • 42% of users between 45 and 54 years

  • 32% of Internet users between the ages of 55 and 64.

According to studies, the growth of e-commerce during the Corona virus expanded the sales reach of companies that had never dared to sell on the Internet. These surveys show that just over half of consumers made their first purchase during this period.

Retail sales increased by 209

In this scenario, setting up an online store is currently a decision that many want to make. Our studio has completed two international online store projects in the last 3 months alone. These projects are usually very complex and require many months of preparation, but given the coronavirus pandemic and the great market opportunities, the production times have shrunk a lot.

Online giants like Amazon and Alibaba controlled one-third of the global e-commerce market in 2019. Store closures during the pandemic extended their dominance. Amazon, for example, has hired 175,000 new employees as consumer spending on Amazon has increased 35%, according to Facteus. In the near future, customers will be more interested in visiting brands‘ websites before going to the store.

Creating an online store can now be crucial.

Many small and medium-sized local businesses are at risk of disappearing due to the lockdown. The inability of customers to go to stores is addressed by partially or temporarily converting the store from offline to online. The mechanical eye in Düsseldorf and throughout Europe creates and manages online stores, which are designed and customized according to customer requirements.

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