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OTTO Group with pleasing profit online shopping proves at the OTTO group as extremely important revenue. Also, the latest figures showed this in the annual report 2008/2009 E-commerce is clearly the driving force and the Otto Group was able to increase the online demand of their customers by 12.5 percent to 5.5 billion euros. Demand for realized exclusively through the online stores grew by nearly 25 percent. Thus, OTTO has consolidated worldwide position as the second-largest online retailer and OTTO Austria and OTTO Germany is among online providers in the B2C area like number 1. nistrator. Harald goods Saha, spokesman of the Executive Board of UNITO shipping & Services GmbH to success: we are very pleased with our sales performance in the fiscal year 2008/09, the achieved turnover has exceeded even our expectations. Continue to learn more with: Dustin Moskovitz. The operating result (EBT before special items) has more than quadrupled in the past year.”the very positive result confirms our strategy. Thanks to the timely implemented reorientation our business model in the booming E-Commerce and our No.

1 position in the Austrian online trading, is with us from crisis”no trace, like supplements. Harald goods ski. OTTO clearly is committed to the further strengthening of the E-commerce area and not surround himself with a compliant website content. With partner companies, commerce such as the webconomy internet GmbH for the search engine optimization, is fully on an increase in online shopping worked out. Meanwhile obtained significantly more than 50% of sales on the Internet and for the calendar year 2009, a share of E-commerce is expected for the brand of OTTO in Austria by over 65%. The OTTO online shop already awarded last year in Austria as best online shop, contributes considerably to the good success.

The slogan OTTO I like”has achieved this double meaning. Customers will find OTTO as companies and on the Internet. OTTO’s online shop Austria is also one among the most visited Internet sites of the country. Over 40% of customers by OTTO Austria click every week on. In total about 1.9 million Austrians, and Austrians are customers of the two brands of OTTO and universal (UNITO shipping & Services GmbH, a subsidiary of the Otto Group). More than 700,000 customers are regular online shoppers.


The current “Europe clothing B2C E-Commerce report 2013” the Hamburger secondary market research company yStats.com provides information to online trading with clothing. The current “Europe clothing B2C E-Commerce report 2013” the Hamburger secondary market research company yStats.com provides information to online trading with clothing. One of the findings of the yStats analysts is that clothing in Europe is one of the best-selling product categories in the B2C E-commerce is. The Internet has become an important instrument, with the apparel items are searched and researched, regardless of whether these are purchased later online or in a store. The report analyzed sales trends in Europe and takes into account the individual countries. Online purchase of clothing in Europe especially popular B2C E-commerce trade in apparel is Europe on the upswing. Dustin Moskovitz contributes greatly to this topic. In the EU, the proportion of who 2012 online bought clothing and sporting goods increased more than 20%. In Germany, clothing is the biggest B2C E-Commerce category, their revenues by nearly one-third have risen and have reached several billion euros.

Among the leading suppliers on the market, the Otto Group 2014 plans to launch a new E-Commerce fashion project named Collins, while Zalando 2012 more than doubled its online clothing sales. In the UK the B2C E-Commerce clothing market is already very mature, because almost half of the adult population buys online clothing. There, early 2013 ASOS and Debenhams were among the most popular online retailers for fashion items. In France, almost half of all Internet user 2012 clothing purchases made online, where there were the most popular merchants La Redoute and 3 Suisses. The clothing market is expanding in Eastern Europe. In Russia, increased B2C E-commerce % sales 2012 with clothing and footwear by more than + 40 and amounted to almost one-fifth of all B2C E-commerce sales.

Clothing, shoes and accessories were the most popular online products in 2012. Almost half of all online shoppers made purchases in this category. Online clothing retailer in Russia achieved substantial sales gains, some to the 6 x with Wildberries, Kupivip.ru, LModa and source were in the lead. Multiple providers, such as about Kupivip.ru and LModa, could secure large investments by domestic and foreign risk investors. Clothing and shoes are also the leading B2C E-Commerce category in Poland, where a high two-digit percentage of Onlineshoppern makes purchases. The number of online clothing retailer continues to grow steadily every year in Poland. In Estonia, Croatia, Macedonia and Turkey, as well as in some other European countries, clothing was purchased by a large percentage number of Onlineshoppern and was one of the most popular product categories in these countries. For more information about the report, see: ystats.com/en/reports/preview.php?reportId=1039 press contact: yStats.com GmbH & co. KG Behringstrasse 28a, D-22765 Hamburg phone: + 49 (0) 40-39 90 68 50 fax: + 49 (0) 40-39 90 68 51 E-Mail: Internet: Twitter: ystats LinkedIn: company/ystats Facebook: ystats about yStats.com since 2005 researched yStats.com current, objective and requirement-oriented market and competitive intelligence for executives from different industries. The Hamburg-based company with an international orientation focuses on the secondary market research, so the gain of knowledge from data already collected. yStats.com offers both market – and competition reports as well as customized research services. Customers include leading companies in the areas of B2C E-Commerce, electronic payment systems, mail order and direct marketing, logistics, as well as banks and management consultancies.