Internet Retailer debuted 20 years ago this month. Over the past two decades, we’ve chronicled ecommerce’s evolution from a small piece of the retail market to the key growth channel for most merchants. We’ve covered Amazon as it evolved from an online bookseller to one of the most valuable companies in the world, we’ve seen longtime retailers like Toys R Us and Borders shutter their doors, we’ve examined the emergence of smartphones and mobile design, and we’ve looked at how social networks have transformed the ways that retailers interact with consumers.

The ecommerce market of today is markedly different than it was in 1999, which is why we want to know: what will ecommerce look like in the coming decade?


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