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  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN PAKISTAN - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

The accessibility of the internet to the growing number of young and urban consumers resulted in an internet retailing boom. The rapid growth in mobile internet usage and increased awareness of internet retailing encouraged multiple internet retailers to enter, which resulted in a sizeable increase in e-commerce. Euromonitor International’s...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Pakistan
  • Forecast

The 2019-2024 World Outlook for Non-Store Retailing ## INTRODUCTION ##. ## OVERVIEW ##. ## WHAT IS LATENT DEMAND AND THE P. I. E.?

  • Non-Store Retail
  • World
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN GEORGIA - COMPANY PROFILES
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN GEORGIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS

By 2016, internet coverage significantly increased in Georgia. More people were becoming computer-savvy and aware of technology. Also the development of payment systems and people’s increased trust in online transactions supported the growth of online retailing. The share of internet retailing in overall non-store retailing reached 62% in...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Georgia
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN KAZAKHSTAN - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN KAZAKHSTAN - COMPANY PROFILES

Non-store retailing is a new retailing channel in Kazakhstan and is characterised by cooperation with consumers, with players in this area investing in constant communication with consumers in order to allow them to easily check and find information about any product at any time and from any computer or smartphone. Such close communication...

  • E-Commerce
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Kazakhstan
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN SLOVENIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • Non-store Retailing Grows Rapidly Thanks To Internet Retailing

Non-store retailing recorded current value growth of 9% in 2016, with sales reaching EUR281 million. The main driver of this growth was internet retailing, with the penetration of mobile internet retailing continuing to increase. Other non-store channels achieved mixed results in 2016, while vending also managed to record current value growth...

  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Slovenia
  • Demand
  • Mercator, d.d.
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN BELARUS - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • Competitive Positioning

In 2016, non-store retailing developed at a faster pace than store-based retailing in Belarus. Vending, internet retailing and homeshopping all registered double-digit current value sales increases while direct selling saw the slowest value growth of 2%. Meanwhile, store-based retailing recorded only a 1% rise in current value sales. Non-store...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Belarus
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN ESTONIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

Non-store retailing is becoming the face of internet retailing, which has started to get into other categories. To be more precise, direct selling and homeshopping players have introduced online formats aside too in order not to experience great losses in sales. One of the major factors, which can be considered as common contributors of growth...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Estonia
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN CROATIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • Agrokor dd: Competitive Position 2016

Internet retailing, despite registering significant growth rates over the review period, operated beneath its potential in Croatia. The main reasons for this were low internet penetration and consumers’ reluctance to make online payments. However, a number of events in 2016 potentially triggered the avalanche that will launch internet retailing...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN BOSNIA- HERZEGOVINA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

As internet retailing outgrew all other non-store retailing channels towards the end of the review period, retailers across the industry were recognising the need to adjust their operations to the prospect of continued expansion of internet retailing into areas traditionally controlled by other non-store channels, or even store-based non-grocery...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Konzum dd
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN MACEDONIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

In 2016, non-store retailing recorded current value growth of 6%, with sales reaching MKD2.1 billion. Internet retailing was the fastest growing non-store retailing channel in 2016, with current value sales rising by 26% to reach MKD446 million and 22% of overall non-store retailing sales. The current low level of development of internet retailing...

  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Macedonia
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN KENYA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN KENYA - COMPANY PROFILES

Current value sales for non-store retailing increased by 9% to reach KES9.6 billion in 2016. Non-store retailing growth was driven by rising internet connectivity due to declining internet costs, making it more affordable for the average consumer. In addition, many retailers continue to increase investments in developing online retailing platforms....

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Kenya
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Africa Internet Group
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN NIGERIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN NIGERIA - COMPANY PROFILES

Non-store retailing performed strongly over the review period, driven in particular by internet retailing, which has benefited from the activities of two big players – Jumia and Konga Online Shopping – as well as the expansion in internet availability for Nigerians, particularly through mobile devices. Direct selling has also performed well...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Nigeria
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN SERBIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • PROSPECTS

In 2016 Serbia saw a further increase in its number of internet users. Also, many retailers started offering online purchasing options over the review period and these two factors led to a strong increase in internet retailing in Serbia in 2016. However, even though internet retailing accounted for 48% of overall non-store retailing in 2016,...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Serbia
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN LATVIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

Internet retailing is growing fast as more customers discover shopping opportunities. Whilst consumer electronics, consumer appliances and apparel already account for a significant share of all products sold online, other product categories such as consumer health and beauty and personal care are increasing their volumes very rapidly. Internet...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Latvia
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN TUNISIA - COMPANY PROFILES
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN TUNISIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS

Non-store retailing continued to record strong growth in 2016, with stronger development than store-based retailing. The overall positive performance of the category can be attributed to several factors. Firstly, many consumers became more comfortable purchasing goods online. Secondly, the channel is becoming popular with consumers due to...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN UZBEKISTAN - COMPANY PROFILES
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN UZBEKISTAN - CATEGORY ANALYSIS

Growing internet penetration in Uzbekistan has contributed to the rise in the popularity of internet retailing, which is the only non-store retailing channel in Uzbekistan. Moreover, strengthening competition among various internet providers resulted in a reduction in prices on the internet which, in turn, attracted many Uzbek consumers to...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Uzbekistan
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN LITHUANIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

The rise of internet retailing remained the key driver of growth in non-store retailing in Lithuania in 2016, with internet retailing registering double-digit growth rates for the seventh consecutive year. The rapid development of internet retailing and the constantly growing numbers of people who shop online has encouraged new players to...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Lithuania
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN AZERBAIJAN - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

The structure of non-store retailing is changing in Azerbaijan in favour of internet retailing, and hampering direct selling in the country. Over the review period, along with the increasing number of internet users, sales through internet sites rose significantly. In addition, the local currency devaluation in December 2015 brought a significant...

  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Azerbaijan
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN CAMEROON - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN CAMEROON - COMPANY PROFILES

Internet retailing continued to gain momentum posting double-digit CAGR growth over the review period as customers increasingly embraced e-commerce and m-commerce, although traditional retailing has historically been strong in Cameroon. In 2016, Cdiscount.cm exited Cameroonian retailing citing the cost of access to the internet, processing...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Cameroon
  • Forecast
  • Jumia Group
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

Non-store retailing performed very well again in 2016, posting a strong value growth rate of 11% and bringing sales to DOP28.4 billion. Widespread use of and increased access to technology throughout Dominican society has fuelled much of this growth. Perhaps the most notable aspect is the growth in internet retailing and online purchases,...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Dominican Republic
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN URUGUAY - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • interviews

Internet usage has increased at a rapid pace in Uruguay, reaching 78% of the population in 2016. This, together with the global trend of internet retailing, and the new law which mandated that salaries must be paid into a bank account, all supported value growth in internet retailing. The channel is expected to continue to record rapid growth...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Uruguay
  • Forecast
  • Henderson & Cía SA
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN COSTA RICA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • Passport 5

As a result of a globalised context in which the internet offers a broad range of shopping options to buyers from all over the world, local consumers are becoming increasingly familiar with doing online transactions, particularly in the case of cross-border purchases of electronics and apparel from US sites like Amazon and eBay. Due to further...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN ECUADOR - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

Tariff surcharges established in March 2015 continued affecting non-store retailing in 2016, especially the direct selling and homeshopping channel. However, for internet retailing the most important factor was the same tariff surcharges, given that more consumers preferred to bring their products via courier in order to avoid tariff surcharges...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Ecuador
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN GUATEMALA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

Prior to 2015 several courier service companies began to appear in Guatemala that were only charging USD5 per pound per package, rather than the traditional fee of import taxes (usually 10%-15%) + VAT of 12% plus an import fee depending on the weight and size of the package. This new method made internet retailing very affordable, because...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Guatemala
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN ALGERIA - COMPANY PROFILES
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN ALGERIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS

Non-store retailing sales grew by 44% in current value terms in 2016 to reach DZD46 billion. Despite strong growth, the category size remains small in relation to store-based retailing. Non-store retailing continued to be dominated by internet retailing and direct selling. Meanwhile, homeshopping and vending remained negligible and unlikely...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Algeria
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN BOLIVIA - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • CHANNEL DATA

Direct selling continued to drive growth within non-store retailing in Bolivia. Direct selling companies have supported their sales through their sales force and advertisement, and offering value-added products at competitive prices. Furthermore, direct sellers are present throughout Bolivia, whereas shopping centres and malls and store-based...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Bolivia
  • Demand
  • NON-STORE RETAILING IN IRAN - CATEGORY ANALYSIS
  • Passport 5

Starting from a low base non-store retailing registered a dynamic performance in 2016 and a rapid shift in consumer preferences to more modern options, especially online shopping. One major reason for this change was the rapid surge in the availability of products. For instance internet retailing, which used to be a strong channel for selling...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • Retail
  • Iran
  • Forecast
  • Non-store retailing continues to outpace store-based retailing
  • Internet retailing to continue leading non-store retailing

Apparel and footwear distribution is heading towards a more symbiotic space, where off-line and online boundaries are disappearing. Specialist retailers remains the most important retail channel, boosted mostly by the continued athleisure trend. However, internet retailing saw a 22% CAGR during the review period. Achieving convergence between...

  • Apparel
  • Non-Store Retail
  • APAC
  • World
  • Demand
  • Grocery retailers, non-store retailing
  • Passport 4

In 2017, Migros Tic continued to expand in Turkey through opening an increasing number of retail outlets and deepening its penetration of the country. Until 2016, the company’s strategy was to concentrate on opening outlets with smaller selling areas, such as M-Jet convenience stores, and supermarkets, such as M Migros, rather than large hypermarkets...

  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Turkey
  • Demand
  • Migros Group
  • Internet retailing dominates non-store retailing
  • Non-store retailing gains add pressure to non store-based

The global pet care retailing landscape has undergone significant changes in recent years. Many of these are due to the inexorable rise of e-commerce and how it has impacted store-based retailing. Pet shops and superstores need to reinvent themselves, creating added value and functionality in order to increase footfall, as well...

  • Non-Store Retail
  • North America
  • Western Europe
  • World
  • Demand