(ANSA) – Rome, November 29 – 88% of Italian consumers have adopted a multi-channel approach in 2021, so they use online and offline In the food sector, Italians who declare they “most often use” food delivery to home, online shopping is now A habit of many. This is what emerges from the report “Digital Infrastructures: Tariffs, Impacts on Consumers and Businesses, and Strategic Choices for Maximizing Their Value,” created by Vision & Value, a strategic consulting firm, and presented today in Rome, at Luis Guido University, Carl. The report highlights the advantages of digital transformation in various sectors of production: reducing costs and prices, expanding selection and supply possibilities, increasing the quality of services, sustainable operations, higher levels of competitiveness and ‘internationalization’. : These are the main benefits of ì, with great advantages for those who sell and those who buy. In sectors such as apparel and electronics, where the sensory aspect and expert advice remain important, the face-to-face shopping experience is still preferred. “Therefore, being digital does not necessarily harm those who are offline, on the contrary, it often stimulates their development.” The study’s figures, which focused on six sectors (publishing, consumer electronics, apparel, food, online advertising, and tourism) highlight the many opportunities that the Internet offers consumers: in the tourism sector, the average cost of housing decreased by 7.8%. %; In publishing, 80% of buyers, who live in areas with little physical bookstore presence, have greater access to their favorite products; Moreover, across the board, you have the option to compare different brands to choose the solution best suited to your needs. (Dealing).
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