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Convenience in Cashless Retailing Opened Avenues for Online Retailing in US: Ken Research

Posted on 06 December 2016 by KenResearch Consumer Products and Retail,


The US economy represents around 20% of aggregate worldwide output.

Web retailing is seen as a convenience channel for shopping.

Third party merchants enable internet retailers to save money in terms of warehousing and shipping but more imperatively give them a much wider product range.

Ken Research reported its latest publication on, Online Retailing in Americas, 2015-2020; Market Dynamics, Retail Trends and Competitive Landscape, offer bits of knowledge on the changing patterns and key issues inside the America Online Retail market. The publication incorporates a keen analysis of the latest trends in online consumer shopping, covering the factors driving web based shopping, client bits of knowledge, market movement and reviews of the latest best practice in online retail site design. It likewise gives information for historic and forecast online retail sales. The report covers nine countries in the America where identified the largest and fastest growing category and furthermore have also covered the competitive landscape of the significant players in the market.

The US economy is the biggest and most imperative on the planet. The US economy speaks to around 20% of aggregate worldwide output, is still bigger than that of China. Additionally, as per the IMF, the US has the 6th most noteworthy per capita GDP (PPP), outperformed just by small nations, for example, Norway and Singapore.

Every year, more than 100 million Americans purchase goods from the online retail marketplace, one of the fastest-growing sales channels in the United States. Since the start of the decade, revenue for the Online Retail & e-Commerce industry has grown at an exceptional rate, outperforming most brick and mortar retail industries. Each Internet retailing is expected to enroll a value CAGR of 12% at consistent. Despite expanding rivalry, progresses in innovation and advancement as far as installments, delivery and products are relied upon to drive development. Moreover, web retailing will keep on growing in prevalence among purchasers since it is seen as a convenience channel for shopping.

In 2015, third party merchants led internet retailing. These are organizations which offer products by means of the websites of internet retailing organizations like Amazon, eBay and Wal-Mart, to name a few. Over the survey period the significance of such merchants expanded as their business climbed generously. Third party merchants accounted an esteem share of 30% in 2015, up from 16% in 2010, as more store-based and pure players kept on adding comparable commercial centres to exploit this pattern. Third party merchants empower web retailers to spare cash as far as warehousing and sending however more essentially give them a much wider product range.

Moreover, web retailers keep on driving deals by offering discounts and rebates which can only be used with customers' cell phone applications or via codes which can be used on the web. In this way, nonstop development of this channel is a post effect of a wide selection of products, an expanding customer base and retailers' own endeavours.

Topics covered in the report

·         Retail Industry Research Report US

·         US Premium Retail Industry

·         US Food and Grocery Retail Industry

·         US online Apparel industry revenue

·         US Consumer Goods Retail Sector

·         Online Retail Industry Future in US

·         E-commerce Market Regulations America

·         US Ecommerce Retail Market Size

·         US online retail industry

·         Global Retail Industry Research report

·         Global E-commerce Sector

·         Online Clothing and Footwear Market research

·         Global smartphone penetration Rate

·         US Internet Adoption Rate

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