e-commerce in Egypt – Full table of content

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Part 1: Economy and demography: Unwavering consumption

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    • Egypt constant GDP growth 2002-2012 (Figure 1)
    • Egypt split of value-added by economic activity 2008-2012 (Figure 2)
  • Page 8: Egypt real GDP growth forecasts 2012-2017 (Figure 3)
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    • Egypt population (in million inhabitants, 2011-2017) (Figure 4)
    • Egypt population of key cities (in million inhabitants, 2012) (Figure 5)
  • Page 10: Egypt population breakdown by age (2010)(Figure 6)
  • Page 12: Sagaci Research Country Attractiveness Matrix 2013 (Figure 7)

 

Part 2: Consumer perspective and e-commerce enablers: Large middle and upper class spending

  • Page 15: Egypt current GDP and household consumption 2008-2012 (Figure 8)
  • Page 16: Breakdown of Egyptian households by annual spending (2011) (Figure 9)
  • Page 17: Household spending breakdown by population spending quintile (2011) (Figure 10)
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    • % individuals with computer ownership 2012 (Figure 11)
    • % mobile subscriptions from country population 2012 (Figure 12)
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    • Number of internet users in M and % from population (Figure 13)
    • Subscribers in each mode in M subscribers (Figure 14)
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    • Fixed broadband internet subscribers per 100 inhabitants (Figure 15)
    • Internet access tariffs in $ in 2010 and 2012 (Figure 16)
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    • % penetration of social media from online population in Egypt 2012 (Figure 17)
    • % Urban Cairo residents active on Facebook and Twitter (Figure 18)

 

Part 3: e-commerce landscape: Challenges and potential in Egypt

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    • Consumer spending on retail and travel in the US online and offline in $ B (2012) (Figure 19)
    • % online and offline spending by consumers in the US on 8 categories (2012) (Figure 20)
  • Page 27: Estimated online spending in Egypt by category in 2012 (Figure 21)
  • Page 28: Estimated online spending in Egypt by category in 2012 (detailed calculation) (Figure 22)
  • Page 29: Average spending by urban Egyptians online by category in 2012 (Figure 23)
  • Page 32: Number of websites offering purchase, sale or listing of products and services in Egypt by category in 2013 (Figure 24)
  • Page 34: Ranking of e-commerce websites in Egypt by 2012 annual sales (Figure 25)
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    • Ranking of travel & tourism websites by annual sales (Figure 26)
    • Ranking of stockable products websites by annual sales (Figure 27)
  • Page 36: Breakdown of e-commerce sales by region 2011 and 2016e (Figure 28)
  • Page 37: Attractiveness of Egyptian cities for e-commerce (Figure 29)
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    • Egypt regional household spending on 8 categories in $ B (2011) (Figure 30)
    • Offline and online spending by governorates outside of Cairo and Alex by highest SEC (Q5) in $M (Figure 31)
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    • Number of modern retailers in selected governorates across categories (2012) (Figure 32)
    • Annual spending outside Mansoura area in M$ for people living in Mansoura (2009) (Figure 33)
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    • % breakdown of delivery options used by e-commerce companies (Figure 34)
    • Price of shipping 1.8 kg parcel within Egypt in $ (Figure 35)
  • Page 41: Penetration of financial tools in 2011 in Egypt (Figure 36)
  • Page 42: % payment method preference  by consumer in 2013 (Figure 37)
  • Page 43: % payment method preference by product category in 2013 (Figure 38)
  • Page 44: List of payment gateways in Egypt (Figure 39)
  • Page 45: Product availability and range online in Egypt by category (Figure 40)
  • Page 46: Price of product online and offline in EGP and € (Figure 41)
  • Page 47: Breakdown of reasons Egyptians do not buy online % (Figure 42)

 

Part 4: Moving forward: Growth of e-commerce

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    • Online spending per category in Egypt in $ M (Base scenario, 2012 – 2016) (Figure 43)
    • Online spending per category in Egypt in $ M (Ambitious scenario 2012 – 2016) (Figure 44)
  • Page 50: e-commerce market forecasts 2012 – 2016 by category (table) (Figure 45)

 

Part 5 : Company profiles

 

Part6 : Appendix

  • Page 58: List of e-commerce companies operating in Egypt by category and type (Figure 46)