Individuals and businesses alike have been forced to go online to keep up with their day-to-day work since the global outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020.
At the start of the pandemic in the Philippines, 72 percent of enterprises switched to operating remotely. Meanwhile, 52 percent of Filipinos had to learn how to shop online in order to deal with the country’s community quarantines.
Consumers have grasped the breadth of their usefulness and convenience, and e-commerce technologies are nevertheless poised for consistent expansion, even as the world loosens its tight limitations. 900 million more online buyers were registered in 2021, bringing the total number of digital customers to 2.14 billion, or nearly 28% of the world’s population.
With such a surge in demand, an increasing number of businesses are turning to the internet to market their goods and services. Continue reading to learn more about the eCommerce sector, technology, and trends for 2022 and beyond.