E-Commerce Intensity Index: Accommodation, Hotels, Food & Beverage Service Activities, Restaurants, Event CateringJanette Toral
In the E-Commerce Intensity Index January 2016 Report, as presented in the monthly E-Commerce Monitor 2016 series, it shows up to 42% of revenue and purchasing activities of manufacturing, retail, wholesale, and services sectors were done though e-commerce or electronic transactions.
Results of E-Commerce Index Philippines in January 2016 are based on 9304 cumulative year to date responses for purchases and 9304 for revenues from a panel of 3559 supply chain managers who were randomly drawn from a sample frame of the top 10,000 corporations in the Philippines.
E-Commerce Intensity Index January 2016
Highlights of the overall E-Commerce Intensity Index January 2016 are:
- E-Commerce Intensity Index of the Philippines is currently pegged up to 12% of our country’s Gross Domestic Product.
- Up to 60% purchases in the manufacturing were done online for January 2016 with non-metal construction materials, basic metals, machinery & equipment, motor & transport equipment as most e-commerce active sub-sector.
- Up to 32% purchases in the retail and whole sector were done online for January 2016
- Up to 24% purchases in services sector were done online for January 2016 with the business & knowledge processing as the most e-commerce active sub-sector.
E-Commerce Intensity Index: Accommodation, Hotels, Food & Beverage Service Activities, Restaurants, Event Catering
Highlights of the overall E-Commerce Intensity Index: Accommodation, Hotels, Food & Beverage Service Activities, Restaurants, Event Catering (January 2016) are:
- Online purchases for 2015 reached 25%.
- E-Commerce volume up to 8 billion pesos from August 2013 to January 2016.
- Note that we are still growing our respondent base for this segment.
- The report also notes of online digital marketing & e-commerce activities of players in this space.
Results of E-Commerce Index Philippines: Hotels & Restaurants industry sector in January 2016 are based on 180 cumulative year to date responses for purchases and 180 for revenues from a panel 286 of supply chain managers who were randomly drawn from a sample frame of the top 10,000 corporations in the Philippines.
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- Online purchase and revenue activity in the manufacturing, retail / wholesale, and services sector.
- Breakdown to sub-sector
- Breakdown to employee size
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- Online payment to suppliers activity
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