June 14th, 2021 /
In a pandemic-ridden 2020, B2B ecommerce sales for manufacturers grew year over year by 6.7% to about $458.7 billion from $430.0 billion in 2019, based on our estimates.
What was once physical and manual—in-person sales calls, manual order processing, swinging by a distribution branch for an order pick-up—is now entirely more digital. And this trend is not a temporary one.
The Key Findings from the 2021 B2B Manufacturing Report analyzes how the pandemic permanently accelerated the pace of B2B ecommerce and which manufacturers are leading the pack—including case studies on Proctor & Gamble and PPG with 6 data-packed charts.
Our CEO Andrew Walker explains in this report how to stake your claim in ecommerce to stay relevant and competitive.