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E-commerce for the furniture industry

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Language: English
Report Code: M02
Publisher: CSIL
Copyright: CSIL Milano
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Description

This report analyses the world e-commerce market for furniture.

The estimated size of the global e-commerce market for furniture and a breakdown by macro-region are provided.

Sales volume and performances of the single distributor categories (E-tailers, brick & click furniture stores, non-specialist dealers) are also studied in the report.

The online sales of furniture and related products for over 100 leading players based in the USA, Europe and Asia are presented, with profiles highlighting their e-commerce policies.

The report includes overviews of the US, European and Asian furniture markets, including forecasts for 2017-2018.

Crucial issues for the e-commerce market for furniture – such as price policies, logistics and delivery, offline-online integration, the role social media - are discussed in light of companies' experiences.

Products considered: upholstery, outdoor, office furniture, kitchen furniture, other furniture (furniture for dining and living rooms, bedroom furniture, furniture for bathrooms, occasional furniture and non-upholstered seats).

E-commerce sales of furniture. Performance by country/region, 2016/2012. Average yearly % growth

performance online furniture sales

The e-commerce channel accounts for 4% of global furniture sales. While world furniture consumption increased by 1.3% on average from 2012 to 2016, the online sales channel outperformed with 15% average annual growth over the same period.
Looking at different geographical areas, the penetration of e-commerce is higher than average in North America and China.
The market for online home goods and furniture is highly competitive and rapidly changing. "Brick and click" furniture distributors have been the fastest growing category since 2012.

Abstract of Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Research Field and Methodology
- The sample of companies
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. E-COMMERCE FOR THE FURNITURE INDUSTRY
- Overview of the world furniture industry, 2016. Consumption and Imports
- Segment breakdown and e-commerce by segment, 2016. Percentage share
- Worldwide market. E-commerce sales of furniture by kind of distributor. 2016. Million US$ and percentage share
Models of e-commerce business
- Furniture Manufacturers
- Wholesalers and B2B business
- Brick-and-Click companies (dealers with physical stores and webstore)
- E-tailers (pure e-commerce companies)
- The case of Houzz
2. ACTIVITY TREND
E-commerce growth
- E-commerce sales of furniture, 2012-2016. US$ million and average % change
The business evolution and organization
3. EUROPE
Sector overview
- Europe. Consumption and E-commerce sales of furniture, 2016. Million US$ and percentage share
Leading e-commerce players
4. NORTH AMERICA
Sector overview
- North America. Consumption and E-commerce sales of furniture, 2016. Million US$ and percentage share
Furniture manufacturers selling on-line
Leading e-commerce players
5. ASIA
Sector overview
- Asia. Consumption and E-commerce sales of furniture, 2016. Million US$ and percentage share
Leading e-commerce players
6. GLOBAL E-COMMERCE EVOLUTION
Sector values and performance

Selected companies mentioned:

Amazon, Argos, C Discount, Hayneedle, Home Depot, Home 24, Ikea Group, Jingdong, John Lewis Partnership, Lowe's, Marks & Spencer, Next, Oak Furniture Land, Otto Group, Qumei, Sears, Staples, Tmall, Wal-Mart, Wayfair, Westwing, Williams-Sonoma, Yangshiwang, Yoox.

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