12 E-Commerce Growth Strategies for 2023
Learn How To Scale Digital Commerce GrowthIn this white paper, we cover 12 E-Commerce Growth Strategies that will help your business innovate, penetrate new markets, test and adopt new business models, and ultimately, leverage available and ever-evolving E-Commerce technologies.
Selling Direct to-Consumer (D2C)
Starting a Marketplace for Growth
Leveraging Social Shopping
Building a Community
... and 8 Other E-Commerce Growth Strategies
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White Paper Overview
Whether you're looking for a business strategy or a technical one, B2C or B2B, simple or complex - these 12 top growth strategies for 2023 will ensure that your e-commerce business comes out on top.
Learn about growth strategies such as
Disrupting your business model
Leveraging social shopping
This white paper is for you if you
Want to grow
Beat the competition
Have an agile mindset
Plan to future-proof your business
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But what does ‘go headless’ mean?
In essence, headless means a front and back-end which function independently and are ‘de-coupled’. This allows companies to be more agile and adaptable, and tailor their front-end with evolving customer demands. Most traditional e-commerce systems are monolithic, where the front and back-end systems are inextricably linked, and have very little room for flexibility. This is a challenge for businesses that want a more personalized and flexible user experience.
By 2023 prices for B2C digital commerce platforms will be 30% less than 2019, due to feature commoditization and “headless” implementations.”“2021 Magic Quadrant for Digital Commerce”, Gartner, 31 August 2021
Sell Direct-to-Consumer (D2C)
Often thought of as a purely B2C growth strategy, the B2B world is now also embracing D2C as a potential lucrative sales channel as part of an overall growth strategy. D2C is projected to grow by almost 20% this year, while data from 2019 suggests that 57% of consumer brand manufacturers were already embracing Direct-to-consumer.