Nearly half of online purchases from e-shopaholics — NVP

Tech-enabled express logistics company Ninja Van Philippines has found in a survey that 19 percent of Filipinos are considered e-shopaholics and they contribute to almost half of the total e-commerce purchases in the country.

The NVP survey conducted during the third week of July 2023 also found that 86 percent of Filipino e-shopaholics buy directly from social media, 54 percent buy directly from brands they already follow and 44 percent buy items recommended by influencers.

The top product categories of Filipino e-shopaholics are beauty and healthcare, fashion, small furniture and home decor.

Meanwhile, the latest white paper on e-shopaholics by Ninja Van Group reaffirms the company’s commitment to understanding the ever-changing e-commerce landscape inorder to provide e-sellers with
hassle-free delivery solutions that supercharge their business.

“Through our white paper on e-shopaholics, we hope to shed light on this group of avid e-shoppers to prepare SEA (Southeast Asia) e-commerce sellers as we enter the next stage of e-commerce,”   Sabina Lopez-Vergara, chief commercial officer of NVP, said.

“With its dominance in Southeast Asian e-commerce logistics, the Group continues to nurture an ecosystem that provides value-added services and tools to ensure a seamless experience for shippers and shoppers alike,” Vergara added.

Ninja Van provides hassle-free
delivery solutions for businesses of all sizes in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand.

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