World Trade 2022: Trends and Numbers

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Analysis and continuous tracking of the development directions of world trade, commodity exports and imports can help in the conduct of any business, both large and small. Fincraft Capital is in a hurry to share with your news, numbers and trends in the markets for the promotion of goods and services.
Published fresh figures from the next study of the international agency We are social at the beginning of 2022.
In short: we are almost 8 billion, of which almost 5 billion use the Internet, every year an ordinary user spends more and more time online (now it is 7 hours a day) and increasingly makes purchases online.

The trend to buy online continues to grow:
- every week, 6 out of 10 users (58.4%) buy something online
- weekly, online, 3 out of 10 (28.3%) users buy products
- 31.7% learn about new and new brands when searching online
In 2022, sales through such a channel of trade as dropshipping will become even easier, thanks to the appearance of "necessary" sites and platforms. This is confirmed by the experience of Fincraft Capital. The company's customers get help not only in finding the goods they need. A special selection technique allows Fincraft Capital, as an agent, to check suppliers against 80 evaluation criteria. The company's specialists check the quality of products, request certificates, guarantees, monitor the work of the quality control department.

According to Grand View Research, by 2025, the dropshipping market will reach $557.9 billion. This lightning-fast growth is caused by a combination of two components: a rapid addiction of consumers to online shopping platforms and an increase in the number of Internet users.

There are unexpected and, rather, pleasant news. According to Gartner, Inc., by 2025, 80% of marketers who invested in personalization will abandon their efforts due to the lack of profitability of these investments.
By 2023, the cost of "influence marketing" (advertising from bloggers, media personalities) will be reduced by a third. This is good news for those who cannot invest much in this channel for the promotion of goods and services.

By 2024, artificial intelligence that identifies emotions will affect more than half of online advertising.

By 2025, sales through social networks will almost triple. Therefore, those sellers who mainly sell goods through this promotion channel in order to reduce advertising costs should already work to increase the number of repeated calls and the vital value of the client. This can be achieved only by the quality of the delivered goods, by observing the delivery dates, and, of course, by a price pleasant to the end consumer.

Forrester Consulting, an independent IT market research analytics company, conducted a study of consumer confidence in the e-commerce market on behalf of Shopify. 47% of consumers said that the presence of goods in the domestic market for them is an important factor in choosing brands from which they want to make a purchase. 77% of respondents were concerned about the environmental impact of the goods they buy.

2022 is becoming a turning point - offline purchases in stores are gaining momentum again. Therefore, sellers should not forget about the "magic of personal impressions" and the fact that consumers want everything at once.

Today, trade is becoming multichannel: online and retail do not work in isolation. Customers want to be able to make orders on the Internet, but it is also important for them to see (evaluate, see, feel) the product and after that buy it online, because it is so convenient and, most importantly, familiar.

In 2022, business (large and small) will have to build as many different chains as possible in supply and shipment. 45% of buyers are actively looking for goods from those companies that clearly indicate the expected delivery dates. Therefore, it is so important for those engaged in retail to cooperate with business partners who always comply with clear agreements: at the price, under the terms of delivery, on verification, both the supplier and the quality of the goods.
Fincraft Capital has been working closely with proven suppliers of quality products for several years. Our partners are large logistics centers, with the help of which orders are delivered on time around the world.

In addition to the usual areas of sales (cars and spare parts, materials, pharmaceuticals, electronics, agricultural products, seafood, textiles and consumer goods), Fincraft Capital constantly carries out individual orders to search for manufacturers, dealers and distribution channels, working in all areas of trade and production activities.