People far and wide are adapting to the "new normal" after the COVID-19 pandemic. For businesses across industries, this global event has necessitated a major digital shift. Consumer habits have changed along with stay-at-home orders, and a surge in ecommerce is here for the long-haul.
These changes are calling for a digital supply chain, and businesses will need to make adjustments in order to keep up. Learn more about it here: Covid-19 highlights the urgent need to digitise the supply chain.
The current economic landscape has also created prime opportunities for ecommerce entrepreneurs. As the world relies more heavily than ever on online platforms, ecommerce companies like Shopify are enjoying a boost in revenue and positive projections. Amazon recently unveiled a plan to take on 100,000 new hires - a clear sign that ecommerce can provide fertile ground for entrepreneurs. Read more here: The world is experiencing an eCommerce surge.
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One-third of respondents in a Klaviyo study say that they likely won't be regularly shopping in-person for non-grocery items for at least two months, if not longer.
In the same study, respondents recorded the following responses to the question: Will you buy again from online stores that you discovered during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Maybe if I see something I need
Last year, before the COVID-19 pandemic, 56% of overall retail growth was attributed to online sales, which totaled $600 billion.