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E-commerce for the furniture industry

Mauro Spinelli ()
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No M02, CSIL reports from CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies

Abstract: This report analyzes the world e-commerce market for furniture. The estimated size of the global e-commerce market for furniture and a breakdown by macro-regions are provided. Sales volume and performance for single distributor categories (E-tailers, brick & click furniture stores, non-specialists dealers) are also provided in the report. Online sales of furniture and related products for over one hundred leading players based in US, Europe and Asia are also presented, with profiles highlighting their e-commerce policies. The report includes overviews of the US, European and Asian furniture markets, including forecasts for 2017-2018. Crucial issues for the e-commerce market for furniture - as price policies, logistics and delivery, offline-online integration, role social media - are discussed in light of companies' experiences. Product considered: Upholstery, Outdoor, Office Furniture, Kitchen Furniture, other furniture (furniture for dining and living rooms, bedroom furniture, furniture for bathroom, occasional furniture and non-upholstered seats).

JEL-codes: L68 L81 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 71 pages
Date: 2017-09
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-ict and nep-sea
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