StatsRetail trends 2015: 15 essential statistics

Retail trends 2015: 15 essential statistics

In 2015, retail made several steps forward into ecommerce, and pure-play retailers invested in space on the high street. Last year also saw increased focus on services such as click and collect.

In 2015, retail made several steps forward into ecommerce, and pure-play retailers invested in space on the high street. Last year also saw increased focus on services such as click and collect.

Despite this, there’s still room for improvement – as is revealed by Ampersand’s year-in-focus retail report:

 

A general look at retail in 2015:

Of the 185 high street retailers that sell online and have stores in the UK:

1. 37% don’t offer click and collect

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2. 71% offer next day delivery

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3. 70% don’t offer automatic geolocation

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4. 56% offer faceted navigation, and 78% offer persistent cart

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5. 65% offer real time stock info, and 89% offer non-store collection

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Fashion

Of the 84 high street fashion retailers that sell online and have stores in the UK:

  1. 37% don’t offer click and collect

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2. 58% offer next day delivery

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3. 62% don’t offer automatic geolocation

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4. 82% offer faceted navigation, and 84% offer persistent cart

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5. 79% offer real time stocj info, amd 88% offer non-store collection

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Department stores

Of the 16 multi-channel department stores that sell online and have stores in the UK:

  1. 50% offer click and collect at next-day speed

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2. 50% offer next day delivery

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3. 81% offer faceted navigation, and 93% offer persistent cart

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4. 100% offer automatic geolocation

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5. 87% offer real time stock info, and 75% offer non-store collection

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