COVID-19 Led to a Surge in eCommerce
By now it’s safe to say COVID-19 has been the strongest force pushing for digitalisation in retail that we’ve seen in a long time. Within weeks, everything suddenly moved online. Efforts of e-commerce companies to advocate for online shopping in Southeast Asia paid off overnight. What’s next then? Now that ASEAN consumers have installed their shopping apps, and opened their digital accounts, where is the market heading towards and what exciting developments can we expect from ASEAN e-commerce in 2021 and beyond?
eCommerce Business Conference is designed for business leaders to discover the trends that will dominate the eCommerce Landscape in 2021 and beyond
eCommerce Asia 2021 Virtual Conference is a 2-day event to discover the trends that will dominate the eCommerce landscape in 2021 and beyond: new customers, e-payment, new customer experience, ultra-personalization, omnichannel approach, AR/VR, machine learning & AI, chatbots, conversational commerce, unified commerce, B2B eCommerce, social commerce, paying methods, shoppable TV, eCommerce, sustainability, and many more.
With 50+ Speakers, 600+ C-level attendees from major Southeast Asia businesses, 10 dedicated tracks, the eCommerce Asia 2021 Virtual Conference is one of the largest eCommerce-themed strategic decision makers’ gathering. Major retailers, banks, pharma/health stores, O2Os, consumers brand owners and B2B commerce agencies are invited.
e-retail sales accounting for 14.1% of all retail sales，Statista forecasts that the figure will keep growing and reach 22% in 2023.
By 2040, around 95% of all purchases are expected to be via ecommerce.
There are between 12M to 24M ecommerce sites in the world.
85% of consumers conduct online research before making a purchase online.
52% of online stores have omnichannel capabilities.
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