The widespread use of the Internet reaches all aspects of our daily lives. E-commerce has been a real driver of the expansion of the web globally. Since the advent of the internet, online businesses have continued to grow exponentially.
E-commerce has undeniably become a full-fledged complement to physical commerce. Everyone is involved (or almost). There are still growth levers for e-commerce, particularly in certain industries where it is not widely used, in emerging countries or among small retailers who are accelerating their digitalization. The health crisis of 2020 was a real catalyst for this growth, especially for small businesses. The rise of smartphones and tablets among consumers obviously has a strong impact on commerce. The smartphone has become an extension of our arm. With a simple click, you can order any product from the other side of the world. The growth momentum of e-commerce is not expected to slow down so quickly: marketplaces are becoming more specialized, pure-players are emerging and sales on social networks are accelerating. This list shows the main stocks to take advantage of the trend towards digital commerce: the e-commerce giants, pure-players who are leaders in their niche and players in logistics, home delivery and online payment.