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Brits spend £4.67bn online in December

British shoppers spent £4.67bn online during December - equivalent to £76.67 for every person in the UK, reports the IMRG. According to the latest IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index the results for December were up 14.2% year-on-year. However, monthly growth fell 1.5% for the first time since December 2002 as a result of November's record sales (which include the peak shopping weekend of the 29th and 30th November).
Of 2,000 consumers surveyed, 37% said that they did the majority of their Christmas shopping online. Of these, 60% said that they spent more online in 2008 than in 2007. Overall, 44.35% said that they went online to check the best prices.
The IMRG predicts that online sales will continue to grow by about 15% per year for the foreseeable future, surpassing £50bn in 2009 for the first time. Further research from the 2009 Logan Tod Online Shopping Index also anticipates further growth, with half of UK adults planning to spend more online for Christmas 2009.
IMRG press release: http://www.imrg.org, 15/01/2009

15/01/2009

Online spending in UK rises 11.3% in July

The latest e-retail sales index from IMRG and Capgemini shows that online retail grew 11.3% in July from the previous month, writes vnunet.com. Total online sales for the month reached £4.8bn, equivalent to £79/person in the UK, as consumers avoided the rain and used the internet to look for deals and save money. Data from the British Retail Consortium shows that high street sales were down 0.9% during the same period. Clothing, footwear and accessories was the fastest growing online category in July, rising 22.8%.
The figures echoed the latest Experian National Retail FootFall Index which predicts that the next twelve months will be the slowest period for retailers since the early 1990s.
From vnunet.com: http://www.vnunet.com, 20/08/2008
IMRG: http://www.imrg.org

20/08/2008

UK online shopping up 38% on 2007

Internet retail in the UK was up 38% in the first half of 2008 as consumers headed online to go shopping, writes The Guardian. According to the IMRG-Capgemini online sales index £26.5bn was spent online during the period, equivalent to 17p in every £1 spent by British shoppers. Online spending on clothing and footwear showed the highest growth with sales in March up 31% year-on-year.
IMRG predicts that online could take 50% of all UK retail spend within the next five years.
From The Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk, 18/07/2008
IMRG: http://www.imrg.org

18/07/2008

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