Curb (or couch) your enthusiasm?
We ask consumers whether buy-online-pickup-somewhere is eating into the popularity of home delivery
BOXpoll Weekly Trackers
Interactive charts with real time consumer data on the pandemic, the economy and ecommerce
The cat’s ordering charcuterie boards
Episode 6 – Peak Recap 2
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Third party returns pickup is an unproven rookie
Despite being pitched as an ultra-convenient returns option, consumers rank third-party delivery services solidly last out of different methods for initiating a pick-up.
What is green worth?
More than one-third of all consumers—and more than half of Gen Z—are willing to pay for retailers to take some sort of action to reduce their order’s carbon footprint. Gen Z is willing to pay more than double the average.
Multicarrier appears to be a privilege
More than one-third (39%) of U.S. online retailers cite fear of losing volume discounts as a top obstacle to furthering their multicarrier strategies
Leaky international checkouts
Between 71-82% of shoppers say they’ve abandoned orders from the U.S. because they did not want to risk paying import duties due to DDU shipping.
Is tomorrow worth 3 dollars?
Episode 7- Mystery shopping experiences
International carts gone MIA
Expectations around cross-border delivery aren’t changing—but more international shoppers think shipping is too slow.