With regard to e-commerce turnover in Western Europe, Ireland is in fourth place (behind the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands) and will reach total sales of €4.6 billion in 2013. It is one of the fastest growing e-commerce markets in Europe. Irish consumers are buying online above the curve with 25% sales growth year on year. However, in 2012 25% of Irish online spending went overseas due to lack of choice.
This is all revealed by the latest report on B2C e-commerce in Western Europe by Ecommerce Europe. Ecommerce Europe is the European umbrella organization for online retailers. Figures in Ecommerce Europe reports are based on the Global Online Measurement Standard for B2C E-commerce (GOMSEC). Ecommerce Europe also published comprehensive Regional Reports on B2C E-commerce in Central Europe, Southern Europe, Northern Europe and Western Europe. All the reports are powered by RichRelevance, Hybris and Salesupply.
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Would you like to find out more about e-commerce in Ireland? The free light versions of our Regional Reports can be downloaded via www.ecommerce-europe.eu and the abstract of the Western European B2C E-commerce report, for instance, can be downloaded here.
Full reports are also available:
European B2C E-commerce Report 2013: €1,950
5 European regional reports 2013: €790 per report
(including Infographics and in-depth Country Profiles)
Western European Report:
Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands and United Kingdom
Central European Report:
Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Switzerland
Southern European Report:
Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Turkey
Northern European Report:
Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden
Eastern European Report:
Romania, Russia and Ukraine
All European reports (5 regional reports + European Report): €2,950