In the Internet era, cross-border e-commerce is booming, ushering in the age of navigation
Update time:2019-07-30         Source:network

In recent years, global cross-border electrical manufacturers in the booming development, at the same time in the electricity business enterprise expanding market layout under the footsteps of many originally seems to be difficult to develop electricity area also gradually awakening, as the user consumption habits change, cross-border electricity is upending traditional foreign trade industry, become the mainstream of B2B, B2C trade pattern. Global e-commerce market data1. There are 143,000 online payment platforms in RussiaIn 2018, the number of websites where online shops and e-commerce platforms can be used for online payment increased by 15 percent. The total number is 143,000. In addition, 85? Customers can pay by bank card on the website. The website receives money through a payment gateway, 20? Use online bank to collect money, 67? Existing payment solutions. The payment solutions with the largest proportion are Yandex payment and Robokassa with 37.6? 8.7? Market share.2. American consumers bought 175 million pieces of goods on cross-border e-commerce platforms in 48 hoursThis year's amazon Prime Day shopping party lasted 48 hours, 12 hours longer than the usual 36 hours. Despite the backdrop of a trade war between the United States and China, the enthusiasm and purchasing power of American consumers remains staggering. It is expected that the volume of goods will exceed 175 Million pieces during the whole activity.3. The scale of Indonesia's e-commerce market reaches usd 33 billionIndonesia, southeast Asia's most populous country with 260 million people, is still in the early stages of developing Internet, mobile and digital technologies. As a result, it is one of the most popular e-commerce markets in the world, and large local e-commerce companies and global heavyweights are grabbing this huge growth market. According to the 2017-2018 economic survey, India's e-commerce market is worth $33 billion and has grown by 19.1?4. The e-commerce market in European countries is growing year by yearIn 2018, UK e-commerce sales were 165 billion euros, Germany 98 billion euros and France 84 billion euros. Retail e-commerce sales are growing much faster than physical stores, with total retail sales expected to grow 0.8 percent year-on-year in 2019, according to a report by German market research firm GfK. In contrast, retail e-commerce in Germany grew 9.1 percent in 2018. Retail e-commerce sales are expected to grow 8.5 percent in 2019 to 57.8 billion euros. In addition, the average digital buyer spent 7 percent more in 2018 than the previous year. And the number of digital buyers aged 60 and over has risen sharply.5. Africa's e-commerce market is experiencing a snowball effectWith 1.28 billion people, more than 15 million smes and businessmen, and 453 million Internet users, Africa is undoubtedly a huge e-commerce development market. Africa's digital economy is experiencing a 'snowball effect,' creating new jobs and opportunities for digital entrepreneurs to explore larger online markets in the process. Although e-commerce accounts for only 0.6 of all transactions in Africa? (the ratio in the U.S. is 12? China is a 20? cars only E-commerce in Africa, which is in its infancy, has opened people's eyes to limitless possibilities and may be an 'economic gold mine' for Africa.1. Talent focusCross-border e-commerce merchants need a large amount of talents. However, due to the high requirements, talents are scarce. In addition, due to the high competition, the rate of personnel turnover in operation and sales is very high. A true cross-border e-commerce merchant needs to integrate the most advanced technologies, concepts and models in various fields. In this way, he/she needs to be proficient in the Internet, international trade, traditional customs clearance logistics, and especially new rules.2. Supply chain focus'Who gets the supply chain gets the world' is a consensus reached by many export e-commerce sellers. Past sellers is more of a focus on product price, but now more and more cross-border electricity sellers increasingly realize the importance of capital, resources and service experience, whose resources integration ability who is likely to have the opportunity to stand out in the fierce market competition environment, will focus on 'supply chain' cross-border electric power business platform of the supply chain, through cross-border supply of du second pulse, barriers, building supply chain to make the long tail.3. Focus on 'one-stop' serviceCross-border where electricity is superior to the traditional business model is that the richness of its products, affordable, and use of the convenience of, the future of cross-border electronic business development from the perspective of the user from the electronic products to fashion, cosmetics, FMCG, travel and accommodation, food distribution and online payment online field uniform coverage, for consumers to increase diversity and easy way of shopping, online from the 'one-stop' shopping mall for products and services that they want for suppliers, cross-border electric business platform is becoming more and more attention to 'one-stop' services.With the global economy off to a strong start in 2018, emerging markets look more promising than ever. As economies, politics and finance continue to flourish across the region, most emerging markets show no sign of slowing growth. Regions including Africa, Latin America, India and southeast Asia have maintained good growth of e-commerce, and the state of readiness contains unlimited possibilities. Smes should seize the development dividend period of cross-border e-commerce in emerging markets and expand their scale of development.

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