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Bill Fisher, Senior Analyst, UK

Andrew Lipsman, Principal Analyst, Retail 

Monica Peart, Senior Forecasting Director

Moderator: Yory Wurmser, Principal Analyst, Mobile

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Global Ecommerce 2019

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Global Ecommerce 2019

We estimate that the global retail market will reach $25.038 trillion in 2019, an increase of 4.5% and slight acceleration in growth vs. the prior year. At the same time, it represents a marked decline from the five years preceding that, when global retail sales grew between 5.7% and 7.5% each year.

This consumer spending slowdown over the past two years reflects growing economic uncertainty and a dampening economic environment across many corners of the globe. China’s economy, which has been surging over the better part of the past decade, has seen GDP growth level off considerably. GDP growth in Europe has also stalled on several fronts, and even a hot US consumer economy appears to have its best days in the rearview mirror.

Global Ecommerce 2019

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Bill Fisher, Senior Analyst, UK

Andrew Lipsman, Principal Analyst, Retail 

Monica Peart, Senior Forecasting Director

Moderator: Yory Wurmser, Principal Analyst, Mobile

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Global Ecommerce 2019

Global Ecommerce 2019
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Global Ecommerce 2019

We estimate that the global retail market will reach $25.038 trillion in 2019, an increase of 4.5% and slight acceleration in growth vs. the prior year. At the same time, it represents a marked decline from the five years preceding that, when global retail sales grew between 5.7% and 7.5% each year.

This consumer spending slowdown over the past two years reflects growing economic uncertainty and a dampening economic environment across many corners of the globe. China’s economy, which has been surging over the better part of the past decade, has seen GDP growth level off considerably. GDP growth in Europe has also stalled on several fronts, and even a hot US consumer economy appears to have its best days in the rearview mirror.

Global Ecommerce 2019

eMarketer Live Video Analyst Series: Global Ecommerce

Please join us for the fourth episode of eMarketer Live’s Analyst Series when we’ll be discussing our latest global ecommerce forecasts. Our panel of analysts and forecasters will give you an overview of what we are expecting next for retail, retail ecommerce and mcommerce sales. We’ll also talk about the global trends shifting shopping, including omnichannel selling, the rise of “New Retail,” cross-border ecommerce, social commerce, and top ecommerce players like Amazon and Alibaba and why marketplaces are dominating worldwide.

We’ll present our latest thinking on retail and ecommerce trends, and then we'll answer as many of your questions live as we can during the presentation and get to others in a follow-up report. This is an exclusive event for eMarketer PRO customers who have bought access to our Live Video Analyst Series.

Key points we’ll address during this live video session:

  • How much will global consumers spend on ecommerce in 2019?
  • Which channels are driving global ecommerce growth?
  • What are the largest ecommerce markets and which are growing the fastest?
  • Who is winning the global ecommerce market share battle between Amazon and Alibaba?
  • Your questions answered during our Q&A with eMarketer PRO analysts.
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