2022 U.S. Ecommerce Market Report
Despite fears of a recession in the U.S., online retail will grow modestly and continue to take market share from brick-and-mortar stores. But that doesn’t mean all online retailers will prosper.
Digital Commerce projects U.S. retail sales will grow by 4.2% in 2023 to $5.08 trillion, while online retail sales will increase 5.8% to $1.09 trillion—the slowest growth for total retail since 2019 and for e-retail since the banking crisis of 2008-9.
The 2022 U.S. Ecommerce Market Report delivers key analysis and data to help your business make necessary changes and investments to keep your business running smoothly as a potential recession looms large.
Find out what went right—and wrong—for online retailers in the waning months of the pandemic and revised rankings of victors in the battle for revenue and relevance.
View the table of contents for full details on what’s included in the report.
Published November 2022
Extensive Ecommerce Market Overview
Read through our major findings on ecommerce sales and growth, including:
- E-retail growth in the first half of 2022
- How the Top 2000 fared
- Why big retailers gained online market shares
- Changing consumer behavior
- Government inflation data
- Retail funding & parentships
75+ Data-Packed Charts
Start visualizing the power of strategies and trends in U.S. ecommerce and share critical data with your colleagues and clients.
With consumers expected to scale back on in-store shopping this holiday, online holiday sales are expected to grow 6.1% in 2022.
In this section, our researchers look back at the 2021 holiday shopping season and make informed predictions for the upcoming 2022 peak season.
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY IT
Digital Commerce 360’s U.S. Ecommerce Market Report is the benchmark of benchmarks, packed with must-know insights upon which retailers, vendors and investors will base their business decisions in 2023.
Our latest analysis and data will help you make necessary investments and equip you with effective strategies to keep your business running smoothly as a recession continues to loom large.
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