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January 28, 2016

western europe instore retail sales by country breakup:




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Western europe retail sales by country breakup: 

UK, Germany and Sweden tops western europe retail sales ( except the items autos , gas tickets, holiday and travel bookings). The latest data from Europe's centre for retailresearch compares the   retail sales by European nations by year 2014 and 2015

December 4, 2015

number of years people stay in a single company by country

GREECE ,PORTUGAL AND BELGIUM  are among the most loyal employees across the world. Apparently  employees  in Portugal, Greece and Belgium  spends an average of 12.5 years working in an organisations . In Greece the average length  for an employee to stick to their jobs are the highest with 13 years. Next comes Portugal , where the average time people spend with  a company is 12.5 years. In Belgium is not uncommon  to  continue working in the same company for 12 years..
 three countries. Employees across Italy France and Poland average tenure at a single company is 11 years

"number of years people  stay in a single company  by country"
How long  does one stay with the same company on an average ?The chart shows  by country the average time people spend at a single job by country. What is the average amount of time spent at a job . United States are among the least to stay on  at a same company for more than 4 years. British  employees on average spend 8.5 years in the same organisation

July 30, 2015

Germany, UK and France top EU internet spends per user

The chart shows the list of European nations who tops internet shopping per users. To see the chart and the list of nations.click here or see below the jump




european online spends per person : top 3 nations"


How European nations ranks among the highest online spends per user

The UK leads in Internet shopping across europe   with a average   1071 sterling per shopper in 2014, which increased almost 10% in 2015  to record 1174 pounds
Online retail sales are predicted to reach £52.25bn in the UK this year,  which equals to 15% of retail sales online .
Germany ranks no 2 with with  an average german user spending 1023 sterling online as compared to 890 sterling in 2014 , showing a solid growth of  14% in 2015
France takes the next place with online shopping spends per person at 767  sterling, followed by Spain, Italy and Netherlands











June 2, 2015

mobile vs ecommerce sales compared across North America and Europe by devices

Statistic: Mobile commerce spending as percentage of total e-commerce spending in selected global markets in 2015, by device | Statista

The above chart  shows  how much is mobile commerce   a percentage of   ecommerce  across US, Canada, UK, Spain, Italy, Poland, France, Germany and Netherlands. The highest mobile to ecommerce sales percentage was found in UK and Germany  . In both these countries total  mobile commerce formed 28.6 and 27.7%  of eCommerce with smartphone  contributing to 16.5 and 16.2% and the rest  was contributed by tablets .In US  mobile to ecom percentage was 26.8 with 14% coming from smartphone  and 12.4% coming from Tablets. . It is expected that in UK  28/6% of  online sales would be generated by mobile devices this year

June 11, 2014

Monthly Traffic Volume from connected devices in Europe : Smartphone vs Tablet vs Laptop

More operators in Europe are now embracing tablet devices, given the greater prospect for data growth than other data devices. On average, the 4G operators recently surveyed by GSMA Intelligence 10 offered seven tablets in their data devices portfolio. Operators such as A1 Telekom (Austria), Polkomtel (Poland), and Telenor (Sweden) were found to be offering twice the number of tablets they were a year ag

 

March 1, 2012

Poland Tops E-Commerce in Europe, with 24% growth in Online Retail

Infographic: Top E-Retail Markets - Infographic

A vibrant economy and growing Internet access are fueling a boom in e-commerce in Poland.
The Centre for Retail Research, a U.K.-based retail research and consulting firm, predicts Poland will register the fastest growth in European e-commerce this year, with a 24% hike in e-retail compared to a European average of 16.1%.Shopping search engine Kelkoo also is projecting 24% growth in e-commerce in Poland, to 5.59 billion euros (US$7.4 billion) from 4.50 billion euros (US$6 billion). “Poland is getting in on the action, with the biggest increase in online sales in Europe,” says Kelkoo. “Following 33.5% sales growth between 2010 and 2011, a hike of 24% is expected in 2012.”
However behind upswing in Poland's  Internet Commerce Growth is the grim reality is that  it  ranked last in online retail sales in 2011 in Kelkoo’s analyst of 13 European nations and the fact that  Poland remains far behind Europe’s e-commerce leader, the United Kingdom, where online retail sales will reach 67.4 billion euros (US$90 billion), Kelkoo projects.
Even in Poland, e-commerce is just starting to become a major factor. Online sales will represent just 3.8% of overall retail revenue in Poland in 2012, up from 3.1% last year, Kelkoo says.18.2 million of Poland’s population of 38 million are Internet users, according to web measurement firm comScore Inc., making it the eight-biggest Internet market in Europe. A study from the European Union’s statistical office, Eurostat, says 67% of Polish households had internet access in 2011, far below the 94% of the Netherlands but well ahead of 50% in Greece.
But the growth is unmistakable. It is driven in part by Poland’s relatively strong economy, which grew about 4% in 2011 while the European Union’s economy only grew 1.6%.
Another factor is that more Polish consumers have access to the Internet at broadband speeds and  the provision of fast and cheap services for everyone in Poland has been given a big boost from the European Union with a 300 million euros (US$401 million) investment project in broadband Internet in five provinces of eastern Poland.