E-Commerce: Number Of Online Shoppers In Hungary Has Increased To 5.4 million
According to a survey conducted by research firm eNet, almost 5.4 million people in Hungary shopped online at least once in the past 12 months. Since the last survey which took place in May 2017, this is an increase of 800,000 online shoppers. In relation to there being 5.4 million people who have shopped online in the last twelve months, this means that 91% of adult internet users in Hungary made an online purchase recently. E-Commerce in Hungary currently accounts for 4.5% of the country’s total retail sales. The research has also demonstrated that during online shopping 1 in 2 people (51%) prefer to pay with non-cash, while 19% prefer to pay with cash. 30% of shoppers prefer to pay with both
E-Commerce: Manchester-based Agency Nublue Partners with German E-Commerce Giant Shopware
E-Commerce web design agency Nublue have teamed up with Shopware to offer the online marketplace valuable expertise in order to improve their services. Nublue’s plan is to benefit Shopware’s customers, the online retailers selling on Shopware and they also hope to widen their own eCommerce platform portfolio to fulfil a wider range of customer requirements. Max Büscher, key account manager for Shopware, has said, “We are very pleased that we can offer our clients Nublue’s expertise with high-performance system environments and flexible infrastructures. Together with Nublue, we can guarantee that online retailers are on solid ground when it comes to creating their perfect eCommerce solution.
Tax: Denmark Left Out Of Pocket Due To Technical Issues at Tax Authority
Due to several years of technical problems at Danish tax authority Skat, the tax authority is now greatly in debt to the state of Denmark. The overall debt that Skat owes totals at 117 billion kroner. Economics professor at Aalborg University, Per Nikolaj Buch, has said that the figures are “damaging for citizens’ sense of justice”. According to an estimate made by Skat, the 117 billion kroner cannot be recovered, due to individuals being too poor to pay or not paying because the debts are tied to companies that are bankrupt