Monday April 6, 2020

Household goods top Black Friday shopping lists

Double-digit growth figures as eCommerce goes postal

9th December, 2015
Boom in eCommerce. Pic: Pixabay

There was a 6.6 per cent rise in shop floor spending on Black Friday this year.

And online shoppers flocked for bargains on Cyber Monday as eCommerce spending jumped 11.2 per cent.

The biggest spending rises were in household goods, and clothing and footwear. These sectors saw their strongest growth in spending in 15 months.

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