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The Reinvention of Global E-Retail
The Big Picture: The E-Commerce Impact on Global Retail Markets
Major e-commerce competitors, investors and analysts know one thing for sure about the market they compete in and study—it's global in nature and becoming more so every day. Now, for the very first time, Internet Retailer introduces the 2016 Global 1000, the only comprehensive report and database that profiles, ranks and analyzes the world's 1,000 largest e-retailers, which together sold $610 billion online last year, accounting for 35% of the world's e-commerce revenue. The Global 1000 also reports gross merchandise value and growth rates for each of the world's 18 largest online marketplaces (including Amazon, Alibaba, Rakuten and JD.com) which generated $908 billion in online revenue last year. Their sales combined with the annual revenue of the world's top 1,000 e-retailers means that the rankings and data in Global 1000 covers 75% of the world's global e-commerce business.
What you get
- 2015 global web sales (basis of ranking; database only)
- Updated metrics, including each ranked retailer’s multi-year financial history, average ticket, conversion rate, web traffic & more (database)
- 138 metrics (database)
- Corporate contact information on 2,594 e-commerce executives (database)
- A five-year e-commerce sales history in 12 key markets: U.S, U.K.., Japan, China, Australia, Brazil, India, Canada, South Korea, Germany, France and Russia.
- Comprehensive cover story and key data charts analyzing global e-commerce trends, and separate story analyzing the impact online marketplaces have on the global e-commerce market.
Cost = $495