The online delivery volumes over the Manic Monday weekend saw a 25% increase compared to the same time last year, continuing to push eCommerce sales to a record high this year.
This growth forecast is backed up by a recent study, conducted by Research Now and commissioned by MetaPack, which revealed that nearly a quarter of UK respondents (22%) plan to do almost all their Christmas shopping online. This figure goes up to 29% for the 35-44 year old respondents, with another 51% of men and 64% of women planning to do more than 50% of their Christmas shopping online.
The Delivery Conference is Europe’s hub for innovation in Delivery and eCommerce- attracting a diverse range of key players in the industry including retail, logistics technology & industry trade experts all focussed on Delivering choice in a customer-centric world. A limited selection of confirmed speakers are shown here.
Date: 3rd February 2015
Venue: Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London
Free for Retailers
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