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Canada contributed to $4.7B in 2022 in revenue to health and fitness eCommerce companies. Here is a list of Canada's top 14 health and fitness eCommerce companies.
The demand for health & fitness equipment and related products and services is booming exponentially. Here are the top health and fitness eCommerce companies in the UK.
The increased need for beautification of older homes enabled eCommerce companies to up their game. Here are the top 14 home & garden eCommerce companies in the UK.
In an earlier blog post on eCommerce product categories, we disclosed how many B2C physical goods eCommerce companies are there in the US and what product categories they sell.
First off, just how many eCommerce companies are there? Take a guess.By various estimates, there are at least over 2 million eCommerce websites in the World (excluding China). We define a website to be an eCommerce site if it:
What is the eCommerce market size of Singapore?Singapore, despite its small population, has the most mature eCommerce market in Southeast Asia and Singaporeans are the most active eCommerce users in the region.
This report by PipeCandy chalks out the trends shaping the growth of the Indian eCommerce sector and estimates the Total Addressable Market (TAM).For the purpose of this report, we restrict our focus to Business-to-Consumer (B2C) eCommerce & Marketplaces.
After Facebook’s stock plunged 19% on Wednesday and Netflix’s low subscriber growth rates, Amazon’s Q2 Earnings reclaimed the FANG stocks’ performance. Amazon ended Q2 with $19.8B in cash and $24.6B in debt.
Estimating the revenue of an e-commerce company isn’t really difficult. Estimating the eCommerce revenue with a high degree of accuracy where the real difficulty lies. Estimating the revenue with a high degree of accuracy when you have zilch internal data about the e-commerce company available is a Herculean task.
E-commerce is growing at an exponential rate and consumers have developed a taste for shorter and shorter delivery cycles. Fulfillment and logistics companies are leaving no stone unturned in order to keep up with the cut-throat pace of the retail and e-commerce industry.
Away wants to be the 'travel' company. Casper wants to be the 'Sleep economy' company. People want a good sleep. Mattresses get the job done. So do ambient lights, sounds, mindfulness apps and apparently, dog beds so that the furry ones don't wag their tails on your face while you are asleep.
Remember when DTC brands started hitting the retail scene? It was that decade when store closures were starting to ramp up. Every expert and non-expert had a column on how DTC brands were going to eat up offline retail, but it didn’t take long for everyone to realize that offline retail wasn’t going anywhere.
The initial days of Direct To Consumer were mostly about product categories like Apparel, Eyewear, Luggage, Razors, and Footwear.
Over the past decade, the rise of online shopping and associated services such as free/next-day/express delivery has drastically changed the way consumers shop. This shift has pushed the run-of-the-mill eCommerce companies to re-assess their shipping policies. These companies are facing stiff competition from a host of digitally-native Direct to Consumer (DTC) brands like Dollar Shave Club