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sohag hasan
Jul 16, 2022
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Since the end of last year, the COVID-19 epidemic has not slowed down internationally, and all walks of life have been affected. The retail, wholesale, catering and other industries that rely on brick-and-mortar stores as their main source of income are the first to bear the brunt. According to the report of the Statistics Department of the Ministry of Economic Affairs , in April 2019, the turnover of the retail industry decreased by 10.2% year-on-year, the largest decline since 1998; The impact of the epidemic has made brick-and-mortar retailers complain a lot. In contrast, e-commerce has benefited from the epidemic, and sales have grown against the trend, writing a new page for the "home economy" lifestyle. In the first quarter of 2019, the online sales of the retail industry exceeded 81.1 billion yuan, an increase of 19.1% compared to the first quarter of last year. Both online and offline have prompted many traditional retailers to actively think about the possibility of transformation 2020 will become an important watershed in the new retail era of "Omni-Channel". visa-3082813_1920 The online shopping trend is stronger than ever during the epidemic, prompting traditional retailers to actively transform. Photo Credit: pixabay Traditional retailers deploy e-commerce to make up for the loss of physical store performance Traditional retailers whose performance has been affected by the epidemic are actively developing new layouts, such as operating e-commerce. Regardless of whether the products sold are related to epidemic prevention, communicating issues and guiding shopping through the official website platform can not only make up for lost customers in physical stores with online performance, but also may become a powerful tool for brands to compete after the epidemic is over. According to data from Germany 's Statista and CIC, the size of Taiwan's e-commerce market in 2019 increased by 15.4% to US$5.12 billion, making it the seventh largest e-commerce market in the world. Although the e-commerce market has huge business opportunities, many large retailers in Taiwan have not yet developed the cross-border market or formed a complete omni-channel strategy. More about Since the end of last year, the COVID-19 epidemic has not slowed down internationally, and all walks of life have been affected. The retail, wholesale, catering and other industries that rely on brick-and-mortar stores as their main source of income are the first to bear the brunt. According to the report of the Statistics Department of the Ministry of Economic Affairs , in April 2019, the turnover of the retail industry decreased by 10.2% year-on-year, the largest decline since 1998; The impact of the epidemic has made brick-and-mortar retailers complain a lot. In contrast, e-commerce has benefited from the epidemic, and sales have grown against the trend, writing a new page for the "home economy" lifestyle. In the first quarter of 2019, the online sales of the retail industry exceeded 81.1 billion yuan, an increase of 19.1% compared to the first quarter of last year. Both online and offline have prompted many traditional retailers to actively think about the possibility of transformation. 2020 will become an important watershed in the new retail era of "Omni-Channel". visa-3082813_1920 The online Shadow Making shopping trend is stronger than ever during the epidemic, prompting traditional retailers to actively transform. Photo Credit: pixabay Traditional retailers deploy e-commerce to make up for the loss of physical store performance Traditional retailers whose performance has been affected by the epidemic are actively developing new layouts, such as operating e-commerce. Regardless of whether the products sold are related to epidemic prevention, communicating issues and guiding shopping through the official website platform can not only make up for lost customers in physical stores with online performance, but also may become a powerful tool for brands to compete after the epidemic is over. According to data from Germany 's Statista and CIC, the size of Taiwan's e-commerce market in 2019 increased by 15.4% to US$5.12 billion, making it the seventh largest e-commerce market in the world. Although the e-commerce market has huge business opportunities, many large retailers in Taiwan have not yet developed the cross-border market or formed a complete omni-channel strategy. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Get the latest information Send feedback Side panels
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