The "Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market (by Segments, Payment Methods, Device Types, Average Revenue Per Users, Penetration), Users, Major Trends, Company Analysis, Recent Developments - Forecast to 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The country has experienced a steady shift from offline shopping to online shopping in the recent past. Being the largest among the GCC countries, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has a population of over 34 Million. The population is highly urbanized as more than 84% of the country living in urbanized areas, with super-fast internet connections. With such an affluent population, Saudi Arabia is poised as an attractive market for e-Commerce offering huge potential for industry players.
Moreover, Saudi Arabia has an overwhelmingly young and rich population as the country is ranked among the top 20 richest countries by spending power, the high-spending power of the country's citizens is a driving factor in the growth of e-commerce.
Realizing the potential of the e-Commerce market in the country, the Saudi Government has taken a number of steps to boost the market. The Saudi Ministry of Commerce and Investment (MOCI) has introduced a new Electronic Commerce Law (the E-Commerce Law), effective as of 9th October 2019.
E-commerce is recognized as one of the pillars of Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 under the National Transformation Program and the government aims to increase the contribution of modern trade and e-commerce to 80 percent in the retail sector by 2030. Also, the Saudi Arabian government is planning an investment of over US$ 100 billion in the development of logistics infrastructure to boost ecommerce growth in the region.
By Segments - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market & Forecast
On the basis of segments, the Saudi Arabia e-Commerce market is dominated by the Fashion segment. Availability of international brands and presence of trending products on such online platforms with varied offers and discounts are the major factors which have driven sales of fashion products on e-commerce portals. The demand for Electronics & Media products in Saudi Arabia is increasing at a rapid pace. The ability to compare product features, search for low prices and read reviews makes the web a good fit for electronic products.
The growing number of real estate development, and increasing demand for residential property along with the governmental initiatives to develop socio-economic infrastructure is driving the whole Furniture & Appliances industry in the Kingdom. Personal Care products are no more restricted to being used on special occasions, but are gaining prominence as part of women's daily regimen. Moreover, backed by growing trend of workplace gender equality in the country, the women workforce is continuously expanding, which in turn, is aiding Saudi Arabia Personal Care products market.
By Payment Methods - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market & Forecast
Among the various methods of payment, Cash on Delivery is the most widely used method of payment by Saudi Arabian online shoppers. However, Cards and Wallets are expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period. During the past few years, several wallets that operate via smartphones were launched such as Apple Pay, Mada Pay, STC Pay, and BayanPay. While, Bank transfers as a means of payment are widely used by buyers who may not have credit cards or simply prefer to transact through a bank.
By Device Types - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market & Forecast
In terms of devices, Mobiles are the most preferred devices for online shopping as it held maximum share of the Saudi Arabia e-Commerce market. With one of the highest smartphone penetrations in the world, Saudi consumers are looking more towards their phones for product information and purchases. As technological savviness is rapidly growing due to the high mobile and internet penetration rates, a gradual decline in shopping via desktop is being observed in Saudi Arabia e-Commerce market.
Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market - Company Analysis
Amazon is opening up its exports business to enable Indian sellers on its platform to sell for the UAE and other Middle East markets.
Souq has raised a total of US$ 460 Million in funding over 5 rounds.
Namshi is set to expand to Egypt and establish a logistics base in Saudi Arabia.
In June 2018, eBay Inc. joined forces with Noon, an e-commerce venture to sell products online via noon.com.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market, Consumers Analysis and Forecast (2015 - 2026)
2.1 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market and Forecast
2.2 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market Penetration and Forecast
2.3 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Users and Forecast
2.4 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Average Revenue per Users (ARPUs) and Forecast
3. Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market Share and Forecast (2015 - 2026)
3.1 By Segments - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market Share and Forecast
3.2 By Payment Methods - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market Share and Forecast
3.3 By Device Types - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market Share and Forecast
4. By Segments - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market and Forecast (2015 - 2026)
4.1 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Fashion Market and Forecast
4.2 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Electronics & Media Market and Forecast
4.3 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Toys, Hobby & DIY Market and Forecast
4.4 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Furniture & Appliances Market and Forecast
4.5 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Food & Personal Care Market and Forecast
5. By Payment Methods - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market and Forecast (2015 - 2026)
5.1 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Bank Transfers Market and Forecast
5.2 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Cards Market and Forecast
5.3 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Cash on Delivery Market and Forecast
5.4 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - E-Wallet Market and Forecast
6. By Device Types - Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market and Forecast (2015 - 2026)
6.1 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Desktop Market and Forecast
6.2 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Mobiles Market and Forecast
6.3 Saudi Arabia E-Commerce - Tablets Market and Forecast
7. Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market - Company Analysis
7.1 Amazon (Souq)
7.2 eBay, Inc.
7.3 Namshi (Acquired by Emaar Malls)
7.5 Jarir Marketing (Bookstore) Company
8. Saudi Arabia - New E-Commerce Law
9. Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market - Growth Drivers
9.1 Increasing Internet Users and Penetration in Saudi Arabia
9.2 Increased Personalization of Services with Socializing Engagement
9.3 Government Initiatives for Boosting E-commerce Sector
9.4 Growing Investment in E-Commerce and Socio-Economic Reforms
9.5 Improvement in Digital Payments Options
9.6 Expansion of Logistics Capabilities
9.7 Fast Growing Young Population Contributes Towards E-Commerce Industry Growth in Kingdom
9.8 Affinity Towards Technology and Increasing Social Media Users
10. Saudi Arabia E-Commerce Market - Challenges
10.1 Logistics and Delivery Challenges
10.2 Impact of Value Added Tax (VAT) in the GCC
10.3 Cost of Owning an Online Store
10.4 Payment Challenges
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