Danish net shopping is booming  

2004.06.30
New figures from PBS show that Danes spent DKK 1.2 billion on internet shopping in Q1, twice as much as the same quarter in 2003

New figures from Payment Business Service (PBS) show that Danes spent DKK 1.2 billion (USD 192 million) on internet shopping in Q1, twice as much as the same quarter in 2003. Among those with greatest e-sales are companies selling travel, IT equipment, mobile telephony and bank services. Jan Lockhart, chairman of Travel Organisers in Denmark estimates that around 25% of charter travels are sold via the net, a figure he thinks could rise as high as 80% in the future.

 

Jan Damsgaard, professor of Informatics at Copenhagen Business School forecasts an explosive growth of internet shopping. According to him, Danes are revolutionizing the way they buy their goods and services and the potential for purchasing via the net is huge. The news is reported by financial newspaper Børsen online.

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