How British E-commerce Conquers the World

How British E-commerce Conquers the World

Simon Black

CEO at PPRO Group

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How British E-commerce Conquers the World

03.06.2016 10:15 am

From small family run businesses to large multi-national conglomerates, commerce resides in an increasingly global marketplace. Research reveals that by 2020 some 40.6 per cent of all British e-commerce revenue will come from sales outside of its borders. Europe itself is expected to account for £16.7 billion of all e-commerce revenue for British businesses by the end of the decade.

If the Brexit was to go ahead, the viability of continuing our leadership in cross border e-commerce would be under severe threat, impacting the very livelihoods of digitally-minded British businesses.

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