British consumers are predicted to spend 43 per cent more than the average online shopper in Europe this year, according to RetailMeNot. Online sales will make up 15.2 per cent
Almost three quarters of Brits (71 per cent) did more than half their Christmas shopping online in 2014, the latest research from Wipro Digital reveals.
£104 billion was spent by British consumers online in 2014, the first time this has ever happened, according to the latest IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index.
Following a successful Christmas period which saw online retailers smash sales records, consumers are now expected to send back a record-breaking £223 million-worth of unwanted gifts. January
British retailer John Lewis enjoyed strong growth in online sales over the festive period, with takings from its website increasing by 19 per cent during
The growth of online retail could be driven by significant innovations made in the delivery sector, one firm believes. Fastlane International, a London-based global courier company,