Data: Online sales to jump £20bn by 2025 amid shift to permanent home working

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The shift to permanent home working sparked by the coronavirus pandemic is expected to add a further £20bn to online retail sales by 2025.

New data released today predicts that ecommerce will account for 49.7% of total non-food retail sales within the next three years, as the hybrid working measures many companies have adopted during the pandemic persist.  

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