Criteo has released new research on online consumer spending in the UAE during the month of Ramadan.
The surge in eCommerce purchases is expected to rise further during Ramadan as Muslims head online to prepare for the Holy Month, according to Criteo.
Criteo’s analysis of last year’s sales trends revealed a surge in online sales in the Middle East in the lead up to and during the holy month.
Mobile accounts for 47 percent of transactions in the Middle East and Africa region, a rise of 41 percent from 2017, according to a recent report by Criteo.
The report analysed shopping perceptions from thousands of members of Generation Z (Gen Z) and found that this powerful group of shoppers share a love of real-world retail experience, augmented by technology.
Criteo has recently released data that showed that the highest rise in online retail sales and website visitors was seen in the week before Eid-al Fitr.
Commerce marketing tech firm Criteo has revealed the results of a study conducted in partnership with IDC that explores the …
“The influx of buyers who utilised online platforms to complete their purchases produced a 237% increase in total online sales in MEA,” says Henke.
Dirk Henke, MD, Criteo, elaborates on the top trends in the e-commerce market and how regional players can enhance their …
Criteo, the commerce marketing technology company, has shared the findings of its Global Commerce Review for Q3 of 2017. The …