Tuesday, December 19, 2017

EBIT estimates sales of R bi $8.7 on e-commerce for Christmas

E-commerce is expected to earn R$8,7 billion in 2017, nominal growth of 13% compared to the same period of the previous year, the Ebit. The number of applications should grow 11 percent, to 16.6 million to 18.4 million, while the average ticket will rise 2% shy of R $463 R $471.
For this survey the Ebit considers the estimated sales for e-commerce in the period from 15 November to 24 December, including the period from Black Friday. "The Black Friday sales should match the almost 1/4 of the total estimated for Christmas this year. Black Friday has become the retail calendar year after year and, with that, you get more and more relevance within the companies ' strategy for Christmas, "says Pedro Guasti, CEO of Ebit.

The shy average ticket expansion, according to Guasti, is a reflection of the discounts practiced during Black Friday and the fall of prices in the basket of e-commerce products, measured by the FIPE Index rocket. "The prices of e-commerce are registering for 12 consecutive months of deflation. Maintained this trend in December, the index should close 2017 with retraction of 2.5%. For e-commerce, this is very relevant because it shows that high revenue is supported on the volume of requests. The consumer is coming increasingly to the e-commerce and buying more recurrence ", explains.

The estimated growth for the Christmas period is in line with the foreseen by the Ebit for the second quarter of 2017. "In Webshoppers we take a high 36 12% to 15% for the second half, led by three major retail calendar dates, children's day, Black Friday and Christmas. If Christmas is good as the market is waiting, our growth must be two digits, "he said.

Check out the subcategories and products that must be the most sold (by volume of requests) this year:

-2 coffee maker
3-Sports Shirt
4-men's T-shirt
5-phone and Smartphone
6-Bed cover
8-Bed game
10-video games
13-car tire
15-women's Sandals
Supermercado Moderno - 18/12/2017
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