In 2022, the Indian e-commerce market achieved a valuation of INR 8,876.33 billion. Projections indicate that by the conclusion of 2028, it is poised to surge to INR 50,015 billion, demonstrating substantial growth at a robust compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 31.46% over the period spanning 2023 to 2028, according to Research and Markets.
E-commerce enterprises are progressively directing their focus towards the largely untapped potential in tier II, tier III cities, and rural regions to broaden their market presence. Significant transformations in consumer purchasing behavior, notably in categories such as health and pharmaceuticals, groceries, and food deliveries, have been observed.
- The growth of the e-commerce market in India has been facilitated by the presence of reasonably priced hardware, including laptops, notebooks, desktop PCs, and smart handheld devices, as well as the widespread adoption of the internet.
- With the rising levels of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Indian e-commerce sector, domestic companies will have the opportunity to expand their e-commerce operations.
- Furthermore, the rapidly expanding middle-class population and increased income mobility will play a significant role in propelling growth within the e-commerce industry. The convenience of transactions and the availability of diverse payment methods are pivotal factors that influence the trajectory of the e-commerce market’s development in India.
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