After the social media revolution, is growth in e-commerce businesses the next big thing in India? Recent reports indicate so. Online retailers have registered an average 18 per cent growth this year, but are they prepared to handle the influx of online shoppers? The year 2012 may come as a year of surprises to cynics of the industry who believe that online shopping cannot become an Indian reality. The argument that is often given is that buying behaviour of Indian consumers is non-virtual.

The first report that showed data contrary to this argument was the Internet data released by IMRB and IAMAI. The report claimed that the number of Internet users has touched the 100-million mark and is likely to grow exponentially. The number of active Internet users has reached inflection point. But has this growth also translated into growth of online shoppers? Latest figures say so. A recent pan-India report released by comScore Inc reveals that online shopping in India has touched a growth rate of 18 per cent and is only likely to grow further. The report found that nearly 60 per cent of netizens in India visited a retail site in November 2011, with the number of online shoppers increasing by 18 per cent in the past year.

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