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Retailing in Belgium

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In 2021, the retailing environment in Belgium benefitted from the gradual lifting of restrictions related to COVID-19. Retailing in Belgium report offers insight into key trends and developments driving the industry. The report examines all retail channels to provide sector insight. Channels include hypermarkets, supermarkets, discounters,...

  • E-Commerce
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Specialty Store
  • Grocery Store
  • Belgium
  • Retail Revenue
  • Smartphone Penetration

Retailing in Ecuador

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Following a steep contraction in 2020, retailing in Ecuador showed an impressive return to growth in total current value sales in 2021. The turnaround of the market was underpinned by the easing of the COVID-19 pandemic, which was in turn made possible by the success of the new government led by President Guillermo Lasso – who took office...

  • E-Commerce
  • Grocery Store
  • Ecuador
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Online Expenditure

Retailing in Germany

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The COVID-19 pandemic had an immediate and substantial impact on the German retailing landscape in 2020. Due to health considerations and government-imposed lockdowns affecting store-based retailing, consumer foodservice, entertainment and tourism, consumer purchasing behaviour and priorities quickly shifted. Retailing in Germany...

  • Retail
  • E-Commerce
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Specialty Store
  • Grocery Store
  • Germany
  • Store Closures
  • Online Retail Sales

Retailing in Ukraine

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Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Ukrainian economy had been expanding at a steady pace, and the outlook was reasonable positive. The disruption caused by the pandemic resulted in a sharp economic contraction for 2020 as a whole. Retailing in Ukraine report offers insight into key trends and developments driving the industry. The...

  • Retail
  • E-Commerce
  • Specialty Store
  • Grocery Store
  • Ukraine
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Disposable Income

Retailing in Croatia

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Despite the many devastations caused as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, retailing has shown remarkable resilience. Whilst statistics report a double-digit decline in GPD and tourism to decrease by almost one half compared with 2019, the current value decline witnessed in retailing has not been as drastic as it has had the potential to be. Retailing...

  • Retail
  • E-Commerce
  • Grocery Store
  • Croatia
  • World
  • Store Closures
  • Disposable Income

Retailing in Belarus

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The impact of COVID-19 began to be felt in Belarus in mid-March. The authorities in Belarus did not introduce a lockdown or movement restrictions. However, many Belarusians chose to self-isolate and some chose to work remotely from home. Belarusians who work in tourism and in foodservice were the first to feel the effect of the pandemic. Some...

  • Retail
  • E-Commerce
  • Grocery Store
  • Belarus
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Footwear Sales

Abstract: What`s New for 2022? - Global competitiveness and key competitor percentage market shares - Market presence across multiple geographies - Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial - Online interactive peer-to-peer collaborative bespoke updates - Access to our digital archives and MarketGlass...

  • Vending Machine
  • E-Commerce
  • World
  • Contactless Payments
  • Non-Cash Payments

Major players in the direct selling establishments market are Herbalife, Amway, Mary Kay Inc., Infinitus, Tupperware, Vorwerk, Natura, JoyMain, DXN, and Belcorp. The global direct selling establishments market is expected to grow from $449.79 billion in 2021 to $466.73 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8%....

  • Direct Selling
  • World
  • India
  • Direct Sales
  • Vending Machines Sales

Major players in the direct selling establishments market are Herbalife, Amway, Mary Kay Inc., Infinitus, Tupperware, Vorwerk, Natura, JoyMain, DXN, and Belcorp. The global direct selling establishments market is expected to grow from $168.33 billion in 2020 to $184.64 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.7%....

  • Direct Selling
  • India
  • World
  • Vending Machines Sales
  • Direct Sales

The retail current value sales of mixed retailers remained close to negligible during 2021. COVID-19 has had a negative effect on their retail constant value sales (2021 prices). Not only did it lead a temporary reduction in their opening hours, it also left many consumers feeling worse off, which resulted in a significant reduction in discretionary...

  • Retail
  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Cameroon
  • Number Of Retail Outlets
  • International Departure

Mobile e-commerce had been expanding rapidly during the early part of the review period, albeit from a very low base. During 2020, mobile e-commerce retail constant value sales (2021 prices) plunged by more than two thirds. The departure of Jumia Technologies AG from Cameroon in late 2019 left a hole that no remaining player has the capacity...

  • M-Commerce
  • Cameroon
  • Number Of Retail Outlets
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number

Retail sales through mixed retailers remained negligible in 2021, and this situation is not expected to change in the forecast period. Mixed Retailers in Azerbaijan report offers insight into key trends and developments driving the industry. The report examines all retail channels to provide sector insight. Channels include hypermarkets,...

  • Retail
  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Azerbaijan
  • Non-Cash Payments
  • Labour Utilisation

The pandemic continued to boost retail value sales through mobile e-commerce in 2021 as many Lithuanians relied more on mobile e-commerce, as they sought to avoid crowded stores and risk personal contact. The psychology behind using mobile e-commerce is very similar to that of e-commerce in general, adopting similar trends. Mobile...

  • M-Commerce
  • Lithuania
  • Labour Utilisation
  • Retail Revenue

Mobile e-commerce continued to post healthy double-digit value growth and outpaced the growth of overall e-commerce in 2021. In an illustration of how mobile e-commerce is booming, mobile e-commerce accounted for half of value sales of overall e-commerce in 2021, whereas at the beginning of the review period, it only accounted for just over...

  • M-Commerce
  • Slovenia
  • Mobile Payment Adoption
  • Online Expenditure

Mobile e-commerce sales grew well above that experienced by overall e-commerce in Estonia in 2021 – however, growth in 2021 was slower than in 2020. This is a reflection of the comparative newness and lack of development in the channel, which was seeing explosive triple figure growth as recently as 2017. The apparent slowdown in growth is...

  • M-Commerce
  • Estonia
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Non-Cash Payments

Mixed retailers remains a tiny retail channel in Georgia, being represented by just four outlets of Best Price’s Fix Price variety stores chain. This chain expanded from one outlet at the start of the review period to four outlets from 2018 onwards, accounting for all sales in mixed retailers at the end of the review period. The chain offers...

  • Retail
  • Grocery Store
  • Non-Store Retail
  • Georgia
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Fruits Import

While value sales are still low, mobile e-commerce again registered the highest current value of any retailer channel in 2021. This was largely driven by online third party food delivery companies such as Glovo and Wolt. While online grocery sales remained high in 2021, it was not through mobile e-commerce, as most grocery retailers do have...

  • M-Commerce
  • Georgia
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Card Transaction

The pandemic continues to have a very positive impact on the growth of mobile e-commerce channel, as restrictions on movement and retail opening pushed many consumers online. Penetration of smartphones in Latvia continues to rise, driving sales. It is worth noting that social media has become a key part of the mix in mobile e-commerce, with...

  • M-Commerce
  • Latvia
  • Retail Revenue
  • Card Transaction

While still from a low base, mobile e-commerce registered the highest current value growth of all retailing formats in 2021. While growth was not quite as high as in 2020, when value sales increased by nearly two-thirds, there was still very healthy double-digit value growth in 2021. There were several factors contributing to the growth, including...

  • M-Commerce
  • Serbia
  • Mobile Payment Adoption
  • Disposable Income

Mobile e-commerce had been gaining sales during the review period, but during 2020 and 2021 it registered astonishing retail value sales growth. However, although only 65% of the Guatemalan population had access to computers at the start of 2021, mobile phones were oversubscribed and nearly 115% of the population had a mobile phone, thus many...

  • M-Commerce
  • Guatemala
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Mobile Phone Penetration

E-commerce sales have seen significant growth in 2021 as a result of the pandemic. Online sales are well developed in Costa Rica in regional terms, but in global terms remains immature. However, the shutdown of non-essential stores in 2020 and other pandemic measures including restrictions on public transport, social distancing and mask mandates...

  • E-Commerce
  • Costa Rica
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Smartphone Penetration

Mobile e-commerce has enjoyed exceptional growth in 2021, albeit from a low base. Prior to the pandemic, structural problems meant that only a limited number of websites offered effective mobile phone sales; the fact that many consumers have limited access to formal banking and digital payment made the development of mobile e-commerce a low...

  • M-Commerce
  • Costa Rica
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Retail Revenue

Direct selling retail constant value sales (2021 prices) declined steeply during 2020 and recovered only partially in 2021: During the lockdown, sales agents were unable to meet with clients and potential clients in person, and even after these measures were eased. The fact that many consumers worked from home for an extended period and were...

  • Direct Selling
  • Cameroon
  • Number Of Retail Outlets
  • International Departure

During 2020, e-commerce retail constant value sales (2021 prices) plunged by almost three quarters. The departure of Jumia Technologies AG from Cameroon in late 2019 left a hole that no remaining player has the capacity to fill. However, it has not ruled out re-entering Cameroon at some stage in the future. E-Commerce (Goods) in Cameroon...

  • E-Commerce
  • Cameroon
  • International Departure
  • Online Expenditure

Mobile e-commerce remained a small and highly fragmented channel in 2021. There was a very limited consumer base for the format, with a lack of digital devices and skills acting as a barrier to many consumers. In Azerbaijan, a smartphone is the only connected device used by consumers. Transactions are typically far from seamless, with most...

  • M-Commerce
  • Azerbaijan
  • Non-Cash Payments
  • Labour Utilisation

At the start of the review period mobile e-commerce accounted for just 36% of e-commerce transactions in Tunisia in current value terms, but by 2021 this figure had risen to 82%. More than 90% of Tunisians are now using a smartphone with an internet connection, with this being a key driver of not just mobile e-commerce but e-commerce overall. Mobile...

  • M-Commerce
  • Tunisia
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Online Retail Sales

While current value growth for mobile e-commerce was lower than in 2020, when payments more than doubled, growth was still very healthy in 2021. Value sales through mobile are still significantly lower than overall e-commerce, though growing faster, and are particularly popular with the younger generation. More people in Uzbekistan own smartphones...

  • M-Commerce
  • Uzbekistan
  • Online Expenditure
  • Mobile Payment Adoption

Mobile e-commerce saw current value sales soar in 2020, as the number of first-time shoppers rose against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. With many consumers seeking convenient shopping from home, as they sought to minimise contact with the virus and thus avoid contagion, mobile e-commerce became a welcome solution for many. In 2021,...

  • M-Commerce
  • Pakistan
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Retail Revenue

In 2020, during the height of the pandemic, mobile e-commerce value sales doubled. In 2021, though growth was not as high as in 2021, it was still healthy with current value sales increasing by a quarter. This growth is supported by a population with high smartphone penetration and that is highly banked and so are in a position to make digital...

  • M-Commerce
  • Uruguay
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Online Retail Sales

Over the review period, the development of mobile e-commerce in Bolivia was largely limited to informal sales of clothing, footwear, video games, household items and cosmetics through social networks, and was limited to urban millennials in the middle and upper classes with access to digital banking. COVID-19 has invigorated the channel, and...

  • M-Commerce
  • Bolivia
  • Number Of Enterprises
  • Online Expenditure