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全球B2C 電子商務、一般零售的全方位流通管道趨勢:2015年

Omnichannel Trend in Global B2C E-Commerce and General Retail 2015

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全球B2C 電子商務、一般零售的全方位流通管道趨勢:2015年 Omnichannel Trend in Global B2C E-Commerce and General Retail 2015
出版日期: 2015年03月24日 內容資訊: 英文 52 Pages/Charts
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展示廳現象(Showrooming)和反展廳現象這個二個主要現象,在近幾年的零售中B2C 電子商務與實體消費的境界軟化。在2014年中,利用上網服務的消費者的半數以上在線上購買之前到商店調查產品,還有在線上檢索了資訊之後,到商店購買商品的消費者的佔有率也變大。在實體商店利用行動網際網路設備的增加也是全通道的重要要素。消費者在商店做消費的期間用行動電話比較價格,去年成為調查對象的消費者的約4分之一在商店裡的期間透過應用和網站進行購買。

本報告提供影響全球B2C 電子商務、一般零售的全方位流通管道趨勢相關調查分析、全世界的全方位流通管道發展的過程、消費者需要的,商人提供的全方位流通管道功能等分析彙整,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 經營管理摘要

第2章 全球趨勢

  • 全方位流通管道零售趨勢概要
  • 消費頻率的明細:各流通管道,網路消費者比率
  • 全方位流通管道功能的利用:大型零售業者比率
  • 網路購物時的服務重要性
  • 優先級高的全方位流通管道功能、其他

第3章 全球比較

  • 網路購物目的
  • 在商店調查後,作為購買產品的流通管道分析:主要的已發展市場、新興市場
  • 在商店的期間以行動比較價格的消費者的佔有率、其他

第4章 主要國家範例

  • 中國
  • 美國
  • 英國
  • 日本
  • 德國
  • 法國
  • 韓國
  • 加拿大
  • 俄羅斯
  • 巴西
目錄
Product Code: 1186

Omnichannel Blends Online and Brick and Mortar Retail

The two major phenomena that have been softening the line between B2C E-Commerce and physical shopping experience in retail in the recent years are showrooming and webrooming. Over a half of consumers with Internet access researched products in-store before buying them online in 2014, while an even larger share searched for information online and then purchased an item in-store.

The increasing use of mobile Internet devices in physical stores is another important factor in omnichannel: shoppers use their mobile phones to compare prices online while shopping in-store, and close to a quarter of consumers surveyed last year made purchases via applications and websites on their phones while in-store.

The signs of the omnichannel trend are penetrating worldwide. South Korea and China were the worldwide leaders among selected emerging and advanced markets in terms of showrooming, while Canada and India had a substantial share of consumers engaging in webrooming. In the UK, the click-and-collect option is gaining strength, while in Russia the self-pick-up option is used in the majority of online purchases. In Germany, more than two-thirds of young tech-savvy consumers believed that the option to order online and return an item in-store was essential, while in the USA a significant share of consumers found that promotions offered online are not available in-store.

Both online and store-based retailers worldwide are adapting to the ominichannel trend. The major US retailer Wal-Mart uses its vast store chain presence to offer omnichannel options such as ship-from-store and pick-up and pay-with-cash in-store for items ordered online. Meanwhile, online pure-plays are advancing on the physical space. Groupon and eBay experimented with pop-up stores for the Christmas shopping season in Australia, and Amazon opened its first staffed pick-up and drop-off location on a university campus in the USA in 2015.

Questions Answered in This Report

  • What is the omnichannel trend and how is it affecting B2C E-Commerce and total retail market?
  • How does it develop around the world?
  • What omnichannel capabilities are required by consumers and offered by merchants?

Covered Countries/Regions: Global, China, USA, UK, Japan, Germany, France, South Korea, Canada, Russia, Brazil.

Companies mentioned:

  • Amazon
  • Argos
  • eBay
  • Flipkart
  • Groupon
  • Nordstrom
  • Twitter
  • Woolworths
  • Aplle
  • Big W
  • Facebook
  • GAP
  • Mercado Libre
  • Pinterest
  • Wal-Mart

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Table of Contents

1. Management Summary

2. Global Trend

  • Overview of Omnichannel Retail Trend, March 2015
  • Breakdown of Frequency of Shopping, by Channel, in % of Online Shoppers, September 2014
  • Omnichannel Capabilities Used, in % of Large Retailers, September 2014
  • Importance of Services When Shopping Online, in % of Multichannel Buyers in Selected Advanced Markets, December 2013
  • Omnichannel Capabilities with the Highest Priority, in % of Retailers/Manufacturers in Selected Advanced Markets, December 2013
  • Factors Important for Ideal Customer Experience in Omnichannel Retail, in % of Consumers, September 2014
  • Share of Online Shoppers Using the Click-and-Collect Option, in %, by Germany, the UK and the USA, April 2014
  • Share of Consumers with Internet Access who Browse Products in Store/Online before Buying in Store/Online, March 2014
  • Share of Online Shoppers Who Browse Products in Store/Online before Buying in Store/Online, March 2014
  • Actions Conducted With Mobile Phones While Being In Store, incl. Purchase, in % of Consumers with Mobile Phone, 2014

3. Global Comparisons

  • Online Shopping Destinations, in % of Internet Users Who Use the Internet at Least Once, by Selected Countries, incl. Brazil, July 2014
  • Breakdown of Channels Used for Purchasing the Product After Researching It In-Store, in % of Consumers Who Researched In-Store, by Selected Advanced Markets, Q1 2014
  • Breakdown of Channels Used for Purchasing the Product After Researching It In-Store, in % of Consumers Who Researched In-Store, by Selected Emerging Markets, Q1 2014
  • Breakdown of Channels Used for Purchasing the Product After Researching It Online, in % of Consumers Who Researched Online, by Selected Advanced Markets, Q1 2014
  • Breakdown of Channels Used for Purchasing the Product After Researching It Online, in % of Consumers Who Researched Online, by Selected Emerging Markets, Q1 2014
  • Share of Consumers with Mobile Phone Comparing Prices via Mobile While Being In Store, in %, by Selected Countries, 2014

4. Examples from Top Countries

4.1. China

  • Share of Online Shoppers Doing Research via Mobile while in-Store, in %, and Type of Purchase Made after Mobile Research in-Store, in % of Online Shoppers who Did In-Store Research via Mobile, 2014
  • Omnichannel Options Interested in, in % of Online Shoppers, 2014

4.2. USA

  • B2C E-Commerce Sales Compared to Web-Influenced Sales not Completed Online, in USD billion 2014e & 2018f
  • Share of Showroomers on Smartphone Owners and Non-Owners, in %, Q3 2013 & Q3 2014
  • Technology-Related Investment to be Made in the Next 12 Months, in % of Retailers, Spring 2014
  • Activities Carried Out on Mobile In-Store, in % of Mobile Phone Users, 2014
  • Perceived Disadvantages of In-Store Compared to Online Shopping Experience, in % of Consumers, 2014

4.3. UK

  • Perceived Disadvantages of In-Store Compared to Online Shopping Experience, in % of Consumers, 2014
  • Share of Online Shoppers Using Click-and-Collect Option, in %, April 2014 & 2017f
  • Share of Consumers Who Browse Products via Mobile Devices In-Store to Find Best Deals Online, May 2014

4.4. Japan

  • Actions Carried Out Online to Related to a Purchase Decision, in % Internet Users Who Researched the Product Online, Q1 2014

4.5. Germany

  • Breakdown of Spending, by Online and Offline Purchase and Research Behavior, in %, by Selected Product Categories, 2014e
  • Necessary Cross-Channel Services, in % Young Consumers Using Smartphones and Internet Daily, July 2014
  • Reasons for Using In-Store Pick-Up Option for Online Orders, in % of Online Shoppers Who Used the Option, July 2014

4.6. France

  • Share of Internet Users who Browse Products in Store/Online before Buying in Store/Online, in %, May 2014
  • Share of Internet Users Who Used Click-and-Collect Option, by Collected from Store and Collected from Pick-Up Point, May 2014

4.7. South Korea

  • Share of Internet Users who Browse Products in Store/Online before Buying in Store/Online, in % of Smartphone Owners, September 2014

4.8. Canada

  • Importance of Options to Exchange and Pick-Up in Online Purchases in Store, by % of Online Shoppers who Think It is Important, 2013
  • Omnichannel Capabilities Employed by Retailers, in % of Retailers, 2014

4.9. Russia

  • Breakdown of Last Online Purchase by Delivery Options, incl. Pick-Up Options, September 2014

4.10. Brazil

  • Stages of Purchase Preparation on Which Internet Research Was Used, in % Internet Users Who Researched the Product Online, Q1 2014
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