Do you have reports about clothing and ecommerce?
Though ecommerce is a very broad field, our database contains reports that contain specifics on clothing or apparel ecommerce.
Report 1: Retail Roundup, September 2015
This report discusses ecommerce sales for apparel and accessories and shows that this segment has reached $60 billion in sales in 2015 alone and represents 17.2% of total US retail ecommerce sales. An additional interesting statistics is that apparel-specific retailers tend to have higher percentage of revenues coming from ecommerce sales that discounters and department stores. Additionally, there is a correlation between catalogs and sales with a translation of orders from catalog to internet sales. Some companies include catalog sales in their ecommerce figures such as J Crew, Free People, Anthropologie, Victoria’s Secret and others.
There is more detailed discussion on ecommerce sales for individual retailers like Ann Taylor Loft, New York & Company, Gap, Land’s End, Urban Outfitters, Sears and others. There are tables depicting the in-store and ecommerce revenues for select top United States apparel retailers in 2015 as well as sales from 2013 through 2018 predicted.
— Retail Roundup, September 2015
Report 2: E-commerce in the Nordics, January 2015
This report shows how ecommerce in overseas markets are dominated by the clothing and shoes sector representing 28% or greater of the markets in the Nordic Region compared to other segments such as home electronics and media. Within this region, Norway shows the strongest market share in clothing and shoes ecommerce sales at 39% of the total market.
Other Country-level reports include the following:
- India: IBTEX No. 1 of 2015, January 2, 2015
This report specifies ecommerce apparel sales in India. It shows that online apparel sales is fueling the ecommerce economy.
- United States: State of the U.S. Online Retail Economy in Q1 2015
Apparel & accessories jumped to number one position in first quarter of 2015 total digital commerce sales with very strong growth.
I hope you find this useful, and can see that there is a lot of useful information available through the portal about the clothing and textile industry. If you have any additional needs or questions about our reports, please feel free to contact us.