Understanding demand and supply in the retail sector

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Retail Sector Risk Report

Overview

Global retail sales, including online sales, are expected to continue to grow in 2018, reaching just over USD 28 trillion compared to around USD 26.8 trillion in 2017.

To cope with these challenges, traditional players are being forced to rethink their strategies, including greater segmentation of supply and a move towards concept stores to maximise the customer experience over. Another underlying trend is the convergence (partly through buy-back operations) of online retailers and traditional sales groups.

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Strengths and Weaknesses

Our analysts understand the markets you work in and have identified key strengths and weaknesses across the retail sector. We have already seen how the market has seen sustained growth since 2010, with urbanisation in Asia and Africa driving the sector.

Alternatively as there is now greater competition and online shopping is still increasing we are working across the industry to understand the challenges and opportunities.

Alternatively as there is now greater competition and online shopping is still increasing we are working across the industry to understand the challenges and opportunities.

Why Coface?

For a more detail insight into the retail sector download  the full sector report or contact us for more information about how Coface can help your business.

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