When it comes to shopping, nothing beats the convenience and speed of doing it all on the internet for us Brits. UK internet sales are expected to hit £52.25 billion this year according to a RetailMeNot and Center for Retail Research report, up 16.2 percent from 2014’s total of £44.97 billion.
In 2015, the average U.s. consumer is predicted to spend £1,174, more than the average German’s £1,023 nor his French neighbor’s £847. This puts someone at the top of Europe’s spending league table.
15.2% of all retail sales in the UK are currently done online, and that number is growing.
In addition to the fact that perhaps the internet has no geographic boundaries, there is a big untapped market for international customers as well.
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