NZBusiness and Management

WINNING TIMES FOR E-COMMERCE

E-commerce has been one of the few winners as the Covid-19 pandemic crossed the globe. There have been variations in the scope of ‘lockdowns’ throughout the world but several patterns have emerged:

• People are making fewer trips to physical stores.

• Consumers are making a higher percentage of their spend online during the pandemic. Traditional chain stores in the US recorded)

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