An outsourced logistics model could be the future of e-commerce after the coronavirus

By: Trademagazin Date: 2020. 05. 26. 10:23

Following global trends, e-commerce has also grown steadily in Hungary in recent years, and the effects of COVID-19 on trade have further accelerated the strengthening of the online sector. Since March, a number of new online stores have been set up, and the process does not stop based on analysis, as more and more people prefer online shopping. The question, of course, is how to run a webshop as simply and economically as possible, as the success of a new online business can depend on many small details. Below we provide help for beginner and existing web store owners.

The epidemiological situation has fundamentally rewritten the trends that were observable before the virus emerged. The market has changed and people’s attitudes have also changed completely. This is also true for the online sector: while according to GKI Digital in Hungary, the number of active online shoppers was around 3 million in 2018, today this number is about 3.35 million, of which 50,000 new online shoppers have tried it since March. for the first time in his life online shopping. And although the impact of the economic recession may reduce purchasing power in the second half of the year, according to analyzes, the online market in Hungary may grow by about 25% annually.

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