The E-commerce Revolution: How the Industry is Evolving and What the Future Holds

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The Tipping Point for the shift from physical to digital retail is occurring due to significant advantages e-commerce has over brick-and-mortar retail. But which e-commerce model will win in the long run? Ebay /Alibaba / Rakuten type marketplaces or a more controlled retail platform like Amazon, which also has a marketplace? Will the emerging “asset light” models, such as Instacart, PostMates, eBay Now, Uber(?), and Google Shopping Express, enable physical retailers to team up and provide instant gratification to beat the e-commerce giants? Let’s discuss the evolution and future of e-commerce – exciting times!

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The E-commerce Revolution: How the Industry is Evolving and What the Future Holds

  1. 1. How the Industry is Evolving and What the Future Holds The E-commerce Revolution Roger Egan, Co-founder & CEO of RedMart
  2. 2. Tangible Products Digital Products & Services
  3. 3. Agenda Tipping Point Evolution Future
  4. 4. “We’re in the midst of a profound structural shift from physical to digital retail.” - Jeff Jordan The Tipping Point
  5. 5. Tipping Point: Profound Shift from Physical to Online Retail Due to Many Advantages of E-commerce US Census Bureau
  6. 6. What matters to the customers? Price Product Range Experience
  7. 7. E-commerce Brick & Mortar Advantages of E-com and how they relate to Price, Range, Experience Experience VS Product Range VS Price VS
  8. 8. Stores require a minimum footfall to cover their fixed overhead! 1! As more people shop online, it creates a Vicious Cycle
  9. 9. Stores require a minimum footfall to cover their fixed overhead! As traffic is diverted from store to online (RedMart or competitors), the store becomes more and more expensive to operate 1! 2! As more people shop online, it creates a Vicious Cycle
  10. 10. Stores require a minimum footfall to cover their fixed overhead! As traffic is diverted from store to online (RedMart or competitors), the store becomes more and more expensive to operate The store’s offering and service becomes weaker and less efficient 1! 2! 3! As more people shop online, it creates a Vicious Cycle
  11. 11. Stores require a minimum footfall to cover their fixed overhead! As traffic is diverted from store to online (RedMart or competitors), the store becomes more and more expensive to operate The store’s offering and service becomes weaker and less efficient Causing more people to move online Vicious Cycle! 1! 2! 4! 3! As more people shop online, it creates a Vicious Cycle
  12. 12. SE ASIA ~$330 B Market but <1% online
  13. 13. Trend evident in VC Investment in E-commerce in SE Asia Southeast Asia startup investments 2013, Tech In Asia
  14. 14. E-commerce Brick-and-mortar More people shopping online = less people shopping in stores
  15. 15. How the landscape is evolving
  16. 16. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players B2C Traditional Marketplace "Asset Light", Instant Delivery Marketplace Subscription C2C
  17. 17. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players B2C Traditional Marketplace "Asset Light", Instant Delivery Marketplace Subscription C2C
  18. 18. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players B2C Traditional Marketplace "Asset Light", Instant Delivery Marketplace Subscription C2C
  19. 19. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players B2C Traditional Marketplace "Asset Light", Instant Delivery Marketplace Subscription C2C
  20. 20. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players B2C Traditional Marketplace "Asset Light", Instant Delivery Marketplace Subscription C2C
  21. 21. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players Private Label and Value Added Services Daily Deal / Flash Deals Price Comparison and Social Shopping Fulfillment / Delivery
 E-commerce Software Platforms +
  22. 22. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players Private Label and Value Added Services Daily Deal / Flash Deals Price Comparison and Social Shopping Fulfillment / Delivery
 E-commerce Software Platforms +
  23. 23. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players Private Label and Value Added Services Daily Deal / Flash Deals Price Comparison and Social Shopping Fulfillment / Delivery
 E-commerce Software Platforms +
  24. 24. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players Private Label and Value Added Services Daily Deal / Flash Deals Price Comparison and Social Shopping Fulfillment / Delivery
 E-commerce Software Platforms +
  25. 25. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Players Private Label and Value Added Services Daily Deal / Flash Deals Price Comparison and Social Shopping Fulfillment / Delivery
 E-commerce Software Platforms +
  26. 26. Platforms / Business Models and Trends Platform Website / Mobile Back End Merchandising Marketing Fulfillment Delivery Payment B2C Traditional 
 Marketplace "Asset Light", 
 Instant Delivery 
 Marketplace C2C Private Label and 
 Value Added Services Daily Deal / Flash Deals Price Comparison/ 
 Social Shopping Fulfillment Some E-commerce 
 Software Platforms
  27. 27. “The Everything Store” VS Fight head on VS Team up and provide instant gratification + E-Commerce Trends VS Sell your own products or provide value added service & convenience
  28. 28. Lines blurring between Retailer and Manufacturer
  29. 29. + Lines blurring between Logistics and E-commerce Companies
  30. 30. What the future may look like
  31. 31. ! !! ! ! 
 
 
 
 
 
 Business models, industries, companies, and services will converge into a controlled ecosystem. The Great E-commerce Convergence
  32. 32. ! ! ! B2C B2C and Marketplace Converge ! • Purchasing power • Bigger Selection • Faster, Less Capital Intensive Growth • Acquisitions - buys over ! ! ! Marketplace
  33. 33. Delivery Those that control entire supply chain and logistics win FulfillmentManufacturing
  34. 34. Tech companies and E-commerce Companies Converge Technology Companies E-commerce Companies
  35. 35. Tech companies and E-commerce Companies Converge Technology Companies E-commerce Companies
  36. 36. Tech companies and E-commerce Companies Converge Technology Companies E-commerce Companies
  37. 37. Tech companies and E-commerce Companies Converge Technology Companies E-commerce Companies
  38. 38. Tech companies and E-commerce Companies Converge Technology Companies E-commerce Companies
  39. 39. Content, Community and Commerce converge Internet Trends 2014, Mary Meeker
  40. 40. Content, Community and Commerce converge Internet Trends 2014, Mary Meeker
  41. 41. Best Tech wins
  42. 42. Best, most seamless Ecosystems Win + + + + + + + + + + + + iOS + ? + +
  43. 43. Retailers become Manufacturers Manufacturers
  44. 44. Convenience and Instant Gratification Key Drone Delivery? 3D Printing?
  45. 45. Traditional Brick-and-Mortar must innovate or die Innovate... or die.
  46. 46. Possible Implications Opportunity to disrupt Retail Commercial Real Estate ? What happens to 
 Instant Gratification Models?
  47. 47. What will people do 
 with their time?

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