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  • There is a big pool of retailers in online shopping, so the styling options for branded t-shirts in Pakistan will be more than triple compared to the in-store shopping experience. IndusRobe
  • In a nutshell, the year 2023 will be a year where consumers will be unpredictable and fickle, and buyers will be extremely cautious, constantly factoring in the changing shopping behaviours of the consumers, global risks and uncertainties. The Business Standard
  • In today's world, consumers expect their fintech providers to cater to their requirements and recommend products and services that are relevant, just like any other shop. Entrepreneur India
  • By 2026, 25% of people will spend at least one hour per day in the metaverse for work, shopping, education, social media, office collaboration, entertainment, and so on. BW Businessworld
  • Retail trends in 2023 and subsequent years will still depend on changes in shopping behavior among customers post-pandemic and the application of digitalization. Vietnam Economic Times | VnEconomy
  • Live Shopping - or Live Commerce - is set to explode in the next four years, and 2023 will be the year it starts to take off. TechRound
  • 2023 being the first full year post-pandemic consumers, not just luxury clientele who already have been into enhanced shopping last year, will be celebrating life in every aspect, fashion shopping, experimenting with new trends, going out dressed up more, etc. Textile News, Apparel News, RMG News, Fashion Trends
  • When asked how much online grocery shopping consumers anticipate doing in 2023 versus last year, 84.51 ° reported that 14% said they will do less online grocery shopping in 2023 than they did last year. Winsight Grocery Business
  • Virtual influencers will become more common in the coming year, with a fifth of B2C brands in China using digital idols to improve the shopping experience for consumers by 2023. KRDS
  • Asia (including China) will account for 90% of the growth in global online shopping between 2021 and 2026. The Economist
  • The beginning of 2023 will remain very challenging, as rising cases have stopped people from going out and shopping and several brands had to shut their stores temporarily due to all employees testing positive for COVID-19. WWD
  • 25% of people will engage at least one hour a day in a metaverse for work, shopping, education, social media, and/or entertainment. FullSurge
  • M&S will open eight full-line stores - offering clothing, homewares and food - in shopping centres such as the Bullring, Birmingham, and the Trafford Centre, Manchester, as well in as retail parks and high streets. Business Matters
  • In-store shopping remains the primary channel for consumers, and by 2025 in-store sales are expected to continue to account for almost three-quarters of total retail spending worldwide. FinExtra
  • The first Chinese New Year in three years without Covid restrictions will serve as a transitory tailwind for discretionary spending like dining out, shopping, and beer consumption. Yahoo Finance
  • In summary, 2023 will see companies and marketplaces preparing themselves for an increase in demand for sustainable shopping. SME MAGAZIZNE
  • Inc AMZN-Q will widely roll out a feature by end-January that allows online merchants outside its platform to use the e-commerce giant's payment and delivery services, as it takes on rising competition from Canada's Shopify Inc SHOP - T. The Globe and Mail
  • Amazon 's soon-to-be widely available Buy with Prime service, which allows Prime members to use their Amazon accounts to shop with other online merchants, could be a profitable revenue channel for the e-commerce giant. CNBC
  • Businesses will still be able to set up their shop on the Instagram app, and it continues to invest in shopping experiences. Retail Dive
  • Close to 45% of Myntra's demand comes from tier 2 cities and beyond, and the rapid digital shift India is undergoing will further accelerate shoppers from the T2+ geographies to adopt newer ways of shopping.
  • With the rising expectations of consumers, e-commerce is becoming a preferred way of shopping, and as companies attempt to heighten their standards for customer service, technology is going to play a key role in the growth of India's retail business in the coming years. MSN
  • Project Manager at GlobalData, metaverse is still largely conceptual but could transform how people work, shop, communicate, and consume content. Bangalore Mirror

Last updated: 05 February 2023