Ecommerce in India has taken long leaps in past few years. While in China and US, it has grown only 23% and 12%, in India it has recorded a 68% growth. Also, Indian ecommerce industry is expected to touch $100 Bn by 2020, owing to factors such as growing internet penetration, growing number of online stores and shoppers, growth of niche sectors and loads of delivery options, in every nook and corner of the world.
As per an infographic created by DealSunny.com, an online coupon and offers website in India, a new I-user is added in India every 3 seconds, with etail, travel and deals & coupons websites leading the ecommerce track.
It also highlights the Indian ecommerce face 21 years back in 1955, when public internet access was launched. As a matter of fact, Srinivasan Ramani is the only Indian inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame for his research and contributions in bringing Internet to life.
Considering the data since September 2016, Amazon is counted as the top Indian website with 198 Mn visitors, followed by IndiaTimes (147 Mn), Flipkart (114 Mn), Rediff (61 Mn) and Snapdeal (61 Mn). However, when it comes to GMV, Flipkart tops the charts with INR 179 Cr, closely competed by Amazon (INR 168 Cr) and Snapdeal (INR 154 Cr).
The infographic also states the M-commerce structure and status in India, marking it to reach $19 Bn by 2019. Also, with over 100 Mn app downloads per month, India is in the top 5 regions worldwide for the Google Play Store.
Check out some more interesting things and facts about the Indian ecommerce and mcommerce landscape in the infographic below.
[The post was originally published on DealSunny blog and has been reproduced with permission.]