Online retail spending to hit $25 billion by 2015

Online retail spending to hit $25 billion by 2015

 

Image courtesy of www.howshopping.org.

Image courtesy of www.howshopping.org.

Research sponsored by NetSuite Inc. and the Australian Retailers Association (ARA), has revealed key findings pertaining to the adoption of the internet as a channel for the future success of Australian retailers in 2013, based on a joint study conducted by Frost & Sullivan.

Some of the findings include:

  • Online retail sales are expected to reach more than $18 billion in 2013 and are forecast to grow 39 per cent to $25 billion by 2015

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