Alibaba’s Tmall Global now features goods from 14,500 overseas brands, 80% of them selling in China for the first time.
North America’s E-Commerce Kingpins Are Exhaustively Assessed in the Industry's Leading Resource
Now available in its 13th edition, the 2016 Top 500 Guide® contains up to 138,000 facts on the 500 largest e-commerce competitors in North America. They are the undisputed masters of e-retailing in the landscape where e-commerce began three decades ago, collectively commanding an 84% share of total U.S. e-commerce sales in 2015, having reached $286.2 billion in 2015 web sales. As no. 1-ranked Amazon continues to grow faster than the pace of e-commerce in the U.S. overall (at 16.3% in 2015), how are other e-retailers rethinking their strategies for online success? What can you learn from them?
The 352-page 2016 Top 500 Guide® has the answers, ranking and profiling each e-retailer by their 2015 online sales and other key metrics—view 71 data elements at a glance, including first-time-offered Performance Scores, which assess Top 500 web merchants against their direct competitors and the market overall. Benchmark your own business against the North American masters of e-retailing and take your operation to a higher level of performance.
Note: If you are interested in web sales per each retailer, that information is only available on the Top500Guide.com database membership.