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We are looking for up-to-date information about footwear industry in the UK, especially about internet sales. Would your reports cover it in detail?

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Our database has some reports about the footwear industry in the UK that meets your needs.  Below are the most recent and relevant.

Report 1 – “Guildford Retail and Leisure Study Update 2014” Carter Jonas, September 2015.

This survey presents an overview about online sales of comparison goods. Comparisons goods are all items not obtained on a frequent basis, as can be clothing, footwear, household and recreational goods.

According to the results, in comparison with other industries, online sales accounted for a much smaller market share of clothing and footwear purchases.

footwear market share in the uk

—  Carter Jonas, September 2015.

Report 2 – “Cannock Chase Retail and Leisure Study”, Cannock Chase District Council, November 2015.

The purpose of this study is to provide an assessment of retail and leisure needs, including footwear. In this report, you will be able to see a chart that shows an important rise of special forms of trading in the cloth and footwear market between 2009 and 2015 (8, 5%).

footwear market share uk

—  Cannock Chase District Council, November 2015

It also states that 14.2% of buyers last purchased such goods via the internet, which shows an increase of 8.7% points since 2009.

Report 3 – “The economic impact of Basic Digital Skills and inclusion in the UK”, Cebr, Novemberr 2015.

As we can see in the following chart, the textile, clothing and footwear stores market reached £5.2bn on internet retail stores in 2014.

footwear market share uk

—  Cebr, Novemberr 2015.

“In 2014, internet sales accounted for 11.2% of all retail spending (excluding automotive fuel), representing an increase from the 10.4% recorded in 2013 (ONS Retail Sales 2015). In monetary terms, the value of internet retail sales amounted to £37.4 billion in 2014, with the largest proportion of sales experienced by non-store retailing i.e. internet and mail order only retailers (Figure 8).”

— Cebr, Novemberr 2015.

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