MADRID, 17 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
44% of consumers buy more 'online' after the pandemic motivated by the need to compare prices due to inflation, according to data from the study 'Radiography of E-Commerce Consumption Habits 2023 in Spain', carried out by AliExpress in collaboration with Toluna Start.
Specifically, 23% of those consulted affirm that they buy more 'online' due to inflation and 21% due to the need to keep a more exhaustive control of their expenses.
In fact, the rising cost of living is one of the factors driving consumers to go online to compare prices.
In this way, AliExpress, the global 'marketplace' for online sales belonging to the Alibaba Group, has launched its new AliExpress Choice service in Spain, which comes loaded with improvements for the consumer with better prices, free shipping and returns and delivery times. record delivery.
"At AliExpress, we work to respond to the main concerns of consumers and our goal is to constantly improve our shopping experience, as demonstrated by the recent launch of our new AliExpress Choice service," said Gary Topp, European Commercial Director of AliExpress. .
In this way, AliExpress Choice is a new channel fully integrated into the platform that provides the user with direct access to products "thoroughly selected based on their best value for money, greatest advantages and deliveries in record time."
All these products have special discounts, free shipping -from 10 euros of order-, and free returns -up to three times a month-.
In addition, Spain becomes the first European country to enjoy deliveries in just nine days, thanks to continuous advances in logistics, with up to nine weekly chartered flights from China to Spain.
Deliveries will also be increasingly efficient with the increase in collection points and self-service 'lockers' up to 7,500 throughout the national territory scheduled for the end of this month, which also contributes to further reducing the carbon footprint of online orders.