Alibaba’s Tmall Global now features goods from 14,500 overseas brands, 80% of them selling in China for the first time.
Debut Research Ranks & Analyzes the 300 Top B2B E-Commerce Companies
From small start-ups to established B2B e-marketplaces like Amazon Business and many companies in between, it’s clear that B2B companies are leveraging e-commerce tools and techniques in order to better reach, sell to and take care of customers—all while boosting their operating efficiency and growth prospects. As an industry first, Internet Retailer unveils never-before-seen data on the 300 manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers whose business, government and other enterprise customers increasingly want to buy online. As a group, these 300 companies are projected to grow web sales by 13.3% this year to $547.1 billion from $482.79 billion in 2014—figures that easily eclipse the U.S. B2C e-commerce market. Get comprehensive data and analysis—available nowhere else—on the key players driving the growth of B2B transactions on the web.
Get the big picture as well as the granular perspective on how e-commerce is changing the way manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers sell to other businesses and organizations. If you want to streamline your purchasing practices for a digital age, learn from today’s B2B e-commerce leaders and the proven e-commerce practices that can modernize your purchasing operations.