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WebShoppers 24ª Edição - Inglês

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WebShoppers 24ª Edição - Inglês

  1. 1. Support: 24th edition
  2. 2. 24th edition 2 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Index What s WebShoppers......................................................................................... ................... ................................................. 03 About e-bit............................................................................................................................................................................... 04 WebShoppers data: Methodology.................................................................................................................. ......................... 06 Executive summary................................................................................................................................................................. 08 Report Structure....................................................................................................................................................................... 09 Parte I – Balance of the first two quarters of 2011 ................................................. ............................................................... 10 Six months with significant numbers E-Commerce: Satisfaction for buyers! The seasonal dates The best-selling categories Part II – The professionals of e-commerce.......................................................... .................................................................. 15 Who is behind this growth? How much money get a professional e-commerce? There is much more to come Part III – The virtual security ....................................................................................... ......................................................... 20 The e-commerce security The choice of e-commerce Why is it safe? Part IV – Forecast for the last two quarters of 2011 .......................................................... ................................................... 25 The second half begins! Many orders in view About e-bit................................................................................................................................. ............................................. 30 About camara-e.net................................................................................................................. ............................................... 31 About Ecommerce School......................................................................................................... ............................................... 32 Contacts...................................................................................................................................... ............................................ 33
  3. 3. 24th edition 3 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: What’s WebShoppers An e-bit’s initiative, WebShoppers goal is to spread out essential information for the understanding of Brazilian internet users shopping behavior and their relation with e-commerce. WebShoppers analyzes the electronic commerce evolution, the changes in e-consumers behavior and preferences, and it also attempts to find aspects to be improved in Brazilian’s e-commerce development.
  4. 4. 24th edition 4 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Present in the Brazilian market since January 2000, e-bit achieved a highlight spot in the electronic commerce development in the Country, becoming a reference in e-commerce information. Through a sophisticated data collecting system, e-bit generates daily detailed information about e-commerce, considering online consumer data for final purchases in more than 4,000 Brazilian virtual stores. e-bit has collected over 11.5 million e-consumers evaluation questionnaires. e-bit offers its services to companies as well as to online consumers. To the consumers, e-bit works as an internet shopping adviser, by publishing in its website (www.ebit.com.br) virtual stores evaluations from people who actually shopped at them. On the other hand, information regarding services directed to the companies may be found on e-bit’s institutional site (www.ebitempresa.com.br). e-bit Certification – BitConsumidor (bitConsumer) is a groundbreaking virtual stores evaluation service in Latin America and also an electronic commerce reference in Brazil. e-bit has an agreement with more than 4,000 virtual stores whose consumers are invited to fill out a survey right after they close their purchase on the internet. There are two steps: the first one occurs immediately after the purchase, and the other one, some days after it, to evaluate the product delivery. It’s an automatic and simple process, done on the internet. E-commerce Information – The questionnaires, regarding virtual stores services quality, supplies e-bit’s database. By processing them, e-bit emits reports that profile online consumers – gender, age, income, educational level, habits – and also evaluate comparatively the virtual stores services, payment methods, revenue, etc. About e-bit
  5. 5. 24th edition 5 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: e-Dashboard - The e-Dashboard is a modern online tool that provides daily updated information to keep track of e- commerce growth and help you monitor the performance of your e-shop. This product helps you to make decisions based on accurate information in order to increase the volume of sales, conversions and profits. The data presented are collected from bitConsumidor surveys, at checkout of more than 4,000 Brazilian e-stores. Retail Monitor – apart from the sales follow-up reports performed in Brazilian e-commerce, e-bit also develops reports to monitor virtual consumers purchase intentions. This product, called “Retail Monitor” enables you to evaluate the most searched categories, products and brands by consumers at the time they use internet to execute a purchase. Find out more information concerning this brand new service by sending an e-mail to negocios@ebit.com.br. Survey Panel – e-bit owns a panel of high qualified respondents, basically formed by more than 1,3 million virtual consumers. They can be invited to participate in quantitative and qualitative surveys through online access with own incentive: “bits”. It is possible to perform a sample pre-segmentation by means of information – gender, age, income, educational level, geographic area and subjects of interest. E-mail Marketing - bitMail allows communication with a highly qualified public: e-bit associates base. It is mainly composed of e-consumers, an adult public with high purchasing power and countless segmentation possibilities. bitMail uses technological resources that enable an excellent return to the client supported on permission marketing (opt-in, records unity control). Advertising on e-bit’s website – www.ebit.com.br website is used by virtual consumers as a reference site for their online purchases, being monthly visited by more than 400 thousand different users. In their pages, advertisers and virtual stores can spread their products and services to an adult public with high purchasing power, obtaining an excellent return in sales and brands publicity. About e-bit
  6. 6. 24th edition 6 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: About e-bit E-customer Retention Management – Receiving complaints from clients should be seen as a gift in electronic retail. The worst client is the one who’s unsatisfied with the purchase, doesn’t complain but won’t go shopping in that store again. Thinking about that, e-bit developed a special product for those stores that participate in e-bit Satisfaction Survey, and that can now choose to receive unsatisfied clients comments in real time, with the order number. This way, it is possible to immediately detect the eventual problem and act in order to solve it and retain the client, converting an unsatisfied customer into a loyal one. Find out more information concerning this e-bit innovation by sending an e-mail to negocios@ebit.com.br. With this 24th WebShoppers edition, e-bit expects to contribute for internet and e-commerce development in Brazil. Enjoy your reading! e-bit Team
  7. 7. 24th edition 7 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: WebShoppers data: Methodology WebShoppers, in its 24th edition, uses information originated from surveys performed by e-bit with more than 4.000 virtual stores and its e-consumers panel. bitConsumer Survey Since January 2000 e-bit has collected over 11.5 million questionnaires answered after online purchase process through bitConsumer system. It adds more than 200.000 new questionnaires to that amount every month. e-bit data is collected from online buyers, immediately after their check-out. BitConsumer allows purchasers to evaluate not only the store and shopping experience, but also the post-sale service, the delivery service and the probability of returning to the virtual store. This information, compiled, monthly generates Market Intelligence reports that indicate the e-consumer social and demographic profile, as well as the most sold products, most used method of payment, among other information.
  8. 8. 24th edition 8 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Executive Summary  In the first six months of the year were billed R$ 8.4 billion in products on the web. In the first half of 2010, revenue was R$ 6.8 billion, an increase of 24% from one year to another.  The numbers of sales in the first half of this year are higher than the R$ 8.2 billion recorded during 2008.  Of the new costumers of e-commerce in Brazil, 61% have household incomes of up to R$ 3.000. The average ticket was R$ 320.  In the first half of 2011, four million customers have bought for the first time on e-commerce. With this number, we arrived at 27.4 million e- consumers who have made at least one purchase on the Internet until today.  25 million requests were made in six months. It is expected that , by the end of 2011, we arrived in 54 million requests.  Valentine's Day and Mother's Day contributed with R$ 1.4 billion from the R$ 8.4 billion revenues in the first half of 2011.  There is large difficulty in finding manpower among the virtual stores. 63% of the companies have hired professionals in the last six months, and found that 79% of candidates did not meet all the necessary skills for the job.  The survey revealed that 34% of e-commerce professionals receive salaries above R$ 5.000,00. Of the respondents, 40% occupy the top positions - coordinator (10%), manager (24%) or director (4%).  81% of users access the Internet in order to make a purchase online, either in a virtual store, in a virtual outlet or collective purchases. websites  The use of internet banking is still a barrier between e-consumers: 26% do not use this service. Within this universe, 58% of users said they did not feel safe with online banking.  The profile of these "non-users of internet banking" is mostly male, more graduate and monthly income. In contrast, the women, despite giving more credibility to these operations, has less knowledge about the workings of internet banking.  Among users, 70% feel safer with shopping on the Internet today than two years ago.  It is expected that e-commerce presents a revenue of R$18.7 billion at the end of 2011, representing a nominal increase around 26% compared to 2010, when the sector earned R$ 14.8 billion.  Approximately 4.7 million people will make their first online purchasing over the second half of the year. This way, at the end of the year , we will reach 32 million people who made at least one purchase online until today.  With approximately 29 million requests scheduled for the 2nd half and the preferences of e-consumers in appliances, electronics, computer and fashion, that lead the ranking of categories best sellers, the expectation is that the average ticket during turn around R$ 350.
  9. 9. 24th edition 9 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Report Structure PART I The professionals of e-commercePART II PART III PART IV The virtual security Forecast for the last two quarters of 2011 Balance of the 1st half of 2011
  10. 10. 24th edition 10 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: PART I Balance of the 1st half of 2011
  11. 11. 24th edition 11 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: The first half of 2011 ended and with it the certainty that the e-commerce continues on a path of ascent. Only in the first six months of the year were billed R$ 8.4 billion in products on the web. This number proves once again the growth that the sector has shown in recent years. In the first half of 2010, online revenues reached R$ 6.8 billion, an increase of 24% from one year to another. To get an idea of ​​the amount of electronic shopping in Brazil, the numbers of sales in the first half of this year were higher than the R$ 8.2 billion recorded during the year 2008. Balance of the 1st half of 2011 Six months with significant numbers Revenues R$ 8.4 billion Average Ticket R$ 355 Nominal growth compared to 2010 24% Number of orders 25 million Balance of the 1st half of 2011 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br) There are reasons for understanding the development of the sector. Despite suffering a slight decrease in growth compared to the previous year, when some factors have contributed effectively in the results as the World Cup and the growing adherence to the sales of products with higher added value, the online retail in 2011 brings important factors in your route. The entry of low-income on the channel is one of them - 61% of new entrants in the Brazilian e-commerce had a family income of up to R$ 3.000. The average ticket of the public was R$ 320.
  12. 12. 24th edition 12 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Revenue Growth – First halfs (in billions) One of the main events in the first half was the number of e-consumers. During the period, 4 million of virtual consumers bought for the first time in e-commerce. With this number, we arrived at 27.4 million e-consumers who made at least one purchase on the Internet until today. The number of orders also deserved to be noted: 25 million in six months! R$ 8,4 bi E-Commerce: Satisfaction for buyers! If it depends on the e-consumers point of view, e-commerce should not stop evolving. Although logistical issues have affected the sector in the first half, the virtual consumers remain secure and confident in making purchases on the web. According to data collected by e-bit, in partnership with Movimento Internet Segura (MIS), a committee of the Câmara Brasileira Comércio Eletrônico (Camara-e.net), on average, 86.54% of Brazilian consumers were satisfied with e-commerce in the first half. In the same period last year, this same indicator was 86.0%. Balance of the 1st half of 2011 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  13. 13. 24th edition 13 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: 85% - Level of excellence set by Camara.e-net The seasonal dates One of the main features of e-commerce are the seasonal dates, adding relevant numbers for the sector and representing large share of revenue. To get an idea, Valentine's Day and Mother's Day contributed R$ 1.4 billion from R$ 8.4 billion revenue in the first half of 2011. On both dates, there was a strong movement in the sale of 'Fashion'. On Valentine's Day, for example, the category figured for the first time in the history of e-commerce among the five most widely sold. This not only indicates a greater acceptance of consumers in buying clothes and apparel over the Internet, but also a strong tendency to choose this type of product to give to people nearby. 85% 86% 87% 88% 89% jan/11 fev/11 mar/11 abr/11 mai/11 jun/11 e-bit / Internet Segura Customer Satisfaction Index Balance of the 1st half of 2011 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  14. 14. 24th edition 14 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: 1º Appliances 13% 2º Computers 12% 3º Health, Beauty and Medications 11% 4º Books, subscriptions of Magazine and Newspaper 8% 5º Eletronics 6% Best-Selling categories – Two quarters of 2011 (volume of orders) The best-selling categories The first six months in the e-commerce promoted a bitter dispute between the categories. Stabilizing is increasingly seen as the favorite among e-consumers in recent years, 'Appliances' was in first place with 13% of total share, followed closely by ‘Computers‘ with 12% and ‘Health, Beauty and Medications' with 11%. The category 'Books and Subscriptions of Magazine and Newspaper', historically known for leading the industry, dropped to 4th place ranking, with 8%. The Top 5 was completed for 'Electronics', with 6%. Balance of the 1st half of 2011 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  15. 15. 24th edition 15 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: PART II The professionals of e-commerce
  16. 16. 24th edition 16 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: The professionals of e-commerce Who is behind this growth? The growth of e-commerce in Brazil is made ​​with technology and people. Behind this growth is a workforce increasingly concerned in improving their ability to differentiate in this market. In addition, a large number of jobs and opportunities are open daily and traditional schools are still unable to train professionals to meet this demand. In view of this, e-bit prepared for this edition of WebShoppers, in partnership with Ecommerce School, a special survey on the labor market in e-commerce. The numbers shown are based on desk research done by Ecommerce School in search engines, price comparison, shopping malls and virtual e-commerce platforms. Were also used data from the Central Bank, IBGE, Sebrae and Ministry of Labor. Besides, a quantitative research was conducted with 282 stores in Brazil. From the point of view of active virtual stores, there is great difficulty in finding manpower. Among the stores surveyed, 63% hired professionals for the past six months and found that 79% of candidates did not meet all the necessary skills.
  17. 17. 24th edition 17 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Of the professionals who have hired people in the past six months, 64% came to the appointment of candidates through friends, relatives or someone from the company. Its interest to note that 11% reached the candidates through social networks. Once hired, these professionals must be trained to work in e-commerce. Of these, 73% were trained by their own manager and only 3% did not need training. When asked where they seek to upgrade, 54% of these professionals use social networks such as blogs, Twitter and Facebook, to search for professional information. Source: www.ecommerceschool.com.br and e-bit Information www.ebitempresa.com.br Base: 282 The professionals of e-commerce What are the difficulties to hire employees? Does not meet all the necessary skills Don t know where to find specific resume Higher wages than you could afford Candidates already in other companies Candidates living far away from the workplace Sample: 282
  18. 18. 24th edition 18 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: 8% 7% 19% 21% 28% 5% 12% Above R$12.000 Between R$8.000 and R$12.000 Between R$5.000 and R$8.000 Between R$3.000 and R$5.000 Between R$1.000 and R$3.000 Under R$1.000 Rather not say How much money get a professional e-commerce? With increasing demand for professionals, the market is beginning to face a turnover in management positions. To retain these professionals, businesses of large and medium sizes have come to offer more aggressive bonuses in reaching the goals. The survey revealed that 34% of e-commerce professionals receive salaries above R$ 5.000,00. Of the respondents, 40% occupy the positions of coordinator (10%), manager (24%) or director (4%). These values ​​were not considered benefits and bonuses. Fonte: www.ecommerceschool.com.br e e-bit Information www.ebitempresa.com.br Base: 282 Monthly salary range The professionals of e-commerce Sample: 282
  19. 19. 24th edition 19 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: There is much more to come About the necessary skills for future professionals, the research identified some items for which average knowledge prevails. These are the points that will open more job opportunities, since it will require ever more specialized professionals in these matters. In the case of forwarding and logistics, only 42% of professionals said they had knowledge or a lot of knowledge on the subject. Degree of awareness among professionals of e-commerce have on the following activities today Source: www.ecommerceschool.com.br and e-bit Information www.ebitempresa.com.br Base: 282 The professionals of e-commerce Logistics and shipping Financial Management Digital Marketing Sales techniques Any knowledge Little knowledge Average knowledge knowledge Much knowledge Sample: 282
  20. 20. 24th edition 20 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: PART III The virtual security
  21. 21. 24th edition 21 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: The virtual security The e-commerce security E-commerce offers several facilities to virtual consumers. However, aspects such as security and lack of confidence are still facing some obstacles. Mindful of this fact, e-bit has conducted research for this particular edition of WebShoppers to try to better understand the perceptions of users when it comes to security in e-commerce. The study was conducted between 27.07.2011 and 07.29.2011 and had 2,043 answers of e-consumers throughout Brazil. The choice of e-commerce Among the respondents, 69% reported having made ​​more than four shopping online in the last 6 months. At the same time, only 3% said they had not made ​​any purchases during the same period, with 56% of the total, said they would like to see or try the products and services before making a purchase, while 19% did not feel safe inform personal data and credit card. Did not purchase 3% Once 5% 2 a 3 times 24% 4 a 5 times 22% 6 a 10 times 20% More than 10 times 27% Base: 2.000 Virtual purchases made ​​in the last 6 months Sample: 2000 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  22. 22. 24th edition 22 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: If we analyze the reasons of buying online survey aimed at the convenience of buying (93%) and the perception that prices are lower on the Internet (74%) emerged as major supporters. Already 15% said they shop online because there are no physical stores network chosen for purchase in your city. Despite still suffering from the suspicion of a slice of the population, the research shows that the Internet is an important sales channel, and very popular today. The study found that 81% of users access the Internet in order to make a purchase online, either in a virtual store, in a virtual outlet or collective purchases websites. 95% 81% 79% 79% 74% 54% 34% 21% 19% 10% Check emails Shopping News and Entertainment Search Engines Internet banking Social Networks Download musics and watch videos Games Chat and instant messaging tools Others 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Base: 2.043 You usually access the Internet with what purposes? The virtual security Sample: 2043 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  23. 23. 24th edition 23 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: The report also revealed that e-consumers are increasingly mature and cautious with regard to safety when consuming: 69% make purchases of a personal computer, while 27% use the computer of work for the same purpose. Yet when it comes to the use of internet banking, 59% enjoy the service of a personal computer, while 34% carry out their banking operations in a work computer. The use of internet banking, incidentally, is still an obstacle between the e-consumers: 26% do not use this service. Within this universe, 58% of users said they did not feel safe with online banking. The profile of these "non-users of internet banking" is mostly male, more graduate and monthly income. In contrast, the women, despite giving more credibility to these operations, has less knowledge about the workings of internet banking. 58% 18% 5% 4% 3% 11% Think it s unsafe to conduct a financial transaction online Prefer to be served at the agency, instead of using the services of the site Problems with technical support It has no knowledge of the workings of Internet banking Do not know the potential services that can be conducted at the site Other reason 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Base: 533 Why did you not use the internet banking services? The virtual security Sample: 533Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  24. 24. 24th edition 24 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Why it is safe? The reputation of virtual stores and the security that they convey to the customers is something relevant to be taken into account. According to the survey, 70% of respondents said that certification labels given to retailers by the quality of services and products offered for sale are the most important safety items to be observed. Also according to figures revealed by the survey, 70% of respondents also feel more secure in shopping on the Internet today than two years ago, proving that consumers rely increasingly on e-commerce and the services provided by stores. Much Secure 21% Safer 49% Equally secure 23% Less secure 4% Much less secure 1% Prefer not to evaluate 3% Base: 2.000 How do you evaluate the security over the Internet to make purchases when compared to 1 or 2 years ago? The virtual security Sample: 2000 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  25. 25. 24th edition 25 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: PART IV Forecast for the last two quarters of 2011
  26. 26. 24th edition 26 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Forecast for the last two quarters of 2011 Revenue growth (in billion) The second half begins! In the second half of 2011, online sales in Brazil will keep growing and, if the first part of the year was good, the tendency is to continue going forward, despite the economic instability that has affected world markets. Historically, 55% of annual sales belong to the period between July 1st and December 31, which should mean a total revenue of R$10.3 billion in sales during the second half of the year (excluding collective purchases, car sales, airline tickets and online auction sites). Therefore, it is expected that e-commerce presents a turnover of R$ 18.7 billion at the end of 2011, representing a nominal increase of around 26% compared to 2010, when the sector earned R$ 14.8 billion. R$ 6,3 R$ 8,2 R$ 10,6 R$ 14,8 *R$ 18,7 2007 2008 2009 2010 *2011 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br) * forecast
  27. 27. 24th edition 27 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: One of the main factors for the largest share of sector revenues belong to the second semester is the largest number of seasonal dates in this period. In addition to having Father's Day (01/08 to 14/08) and Children's Day (27/09 to 11/10), which already have large financial part in the share of e-commerce at the end of the year, Christmas arrives as the most relevant data and contributes to higher sales volume for the sector. In 2010, for example, were billed R$2.2 billion in sales. The e-commerce should close 2011 with a high number of e-consumers at its base. It is expected that approximately 4.7 million people make their first online purchasing over the second half of the year. This way, at the end of the year will reach 32 million people who made at least one purchase online until today. The data becomes even more relevant if we think that in just two years, that number nearly doubled in size (there were 17.6 million e-consumers in 2009). Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br) * forecast Number of e-consumers (in million) Forecast for the last two quarters of 2011
  28. 28. 24th edition 28 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Many orders in view With approximately 29 million requests scheduled for the 2nd half and the preferences of e-consumers in appliances, electronics, computer and fashion, that lead the ranking of categories best sellers, the expectation is that the average ticket during turn around R$ 350. *forecast Forecast average ticket Forecast for the last two quarters of 2011 Source: e-bit Information (www.ebitempresa.com.br)
  29. 29. 24th edition 29 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Credits
  30. 30. 24th edition 30 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: About e-bit Present in the Brazilian market since January 2000, e-bit achieved a highlight spot on the electronic commerce development in the Country, becoming a reference in e-commerce information supply.. e-bit offers its services to companies as well as to online consumers. To the consumers, e-bit works as an Internet shopping adviser, by publishing virtual stores evaluations of people who actually shopped at them (at its website: www.ebit.com.br). On the other hand, information about services directed to the companies may be found on e-bit's institutional website (www.ebitempresa.com.br). Main clients
  31. 31. 24th edition 31 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: About camara-e.net Câmara Brasileira de Comércio Eletrônico (Camara-e.net), founded in May 7, 2001, is the leading multi-sectoral body of the Digital Economy in Brazil and Latin America, focused on electronic business as a strategic factor in sustainable economic development century. Its mission is to empower individuals and organizations to practice safe e-business, through the generation and dissemination of cutting-edge knowledge, and advocating consensus positions opposite the main public and private, national and international, related to the promotion of technologies information and communication. Among the main priorities of the camara-e.net is formulating and proposing public policies, regulatory and market authorities to encourage the production and the benefits of universal information and communication technologies. The 100 members of the organization representing the leading companies of the major sectors of the Brazilian economy and world. Go www.camara-e.net.
  32. 32. 24th edition 32 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: About Ecommerce School The Ecommerce School (www.ecommerceschool.com.br) was founded in June 2007 as the first Brazilian school specializing in ecommerce and social media. Among the courses offered, we highlight the training Ecommerce managers, training managers and Social Media Course for Small Business Ecommerce. In 2011, won as a partner GS Gouvêa de Souza & MD (www.gsmd.com.br), the largest retail consulting in Latin America and a member of Ebeltoft (www.ebeltoftgroup.com) formed by consultants from more than 15 countries, specialized in retail, business services and cross-channel strategies. Currently Ecommerce School has published two books and formed more than three thousand professionals in ecommerce and social media for years, with a faculty of 50 teachers including, agency owners, book authors, business executives and experienced consultants. Access www.ecommerceschool.com.br
  33. 33. 24th edition 33 Copyright e-bit – All rights reserved Support: Contacts www.ebitempresa.com.br Pedro Guasti General Director Cris Rother Director negocios@ebit.com.br 55 11 3047-4999 www.camara-e.net Ludovino Lopes President ludovinolopes@ludovinolopes.com.br 55 11 3231-0445 www.ecommerceschool.com.br Mauricio Salvador mauricio@ecommerceschool.com.br Managing Partner Alexandre Miranda alexandre@gsecommerce.com.br Research Director 55 11 3405-4223

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