A new report suggests that the online retailing sector could be worth billions in the coming years, and that it’s likely to get much bigger.
According to research from research firm IDC, the online retailer business is likely to generate $9.6 trillion in annual sales by 2020, which would make it the sixth largest business in the United States.
That’s more than double the combined sales of Wal-Mart, Amazon and Best Buy combined.
It’s also a massive market.
According to the report, the total retailing industry would generate $3.3 trillion in revenue by 2020.
The report estimates that by 2023, online retail could generate nearly a third of total U.S. GDP.
That means the industry is likely worth an estimated $1.6tn to $2tn.
There’s more to the story than just the revenue numbers.
The report also suggests that online retail is poised to become the fastest growing sector in the country, and one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world.
It predicts that online retailers could bring in an additional $3 trillion of new retail revenue by 2021.
That would make online retail the fourth-largest sector in terms of new investment by a wide margin.
But that doesn’t take into account the potential growth that comes from new online retail.
The study also notes that there could be a $1 trillion increase in sales from online retailers in the U.K. and Germany.
And, of course, there are the billions in online revenue that comes out of the online business itself.
While the report’s projections are impressive, it doesn’t include the potential impact of changing consumer behavior.
If you were to simply look at the revenue, the growth of the retailing business would likely be smaller than the revenue that’s generated by the online shopping sector.
But it’s not impossible that this could change.
As we’ve seen in recent years, the rise of online shopping is driving growth in the offline retail industry, with many of the companies that are online retailers investing heavily in technology to make the transition to online sales.
That has resulted in some very successful online retailers.
The growth of Amazon.com has resulted more than doubling the number of online orders it had in 2013.
And the popularity of eBay, which started in 1999 and grew to more than $1 billion a year, has resulted the loss of a significant portion of the traditional brick-and-mortar retail industry.
This is why it’s important to remember that these trends could also eventually have a ripple effect throughout the retail industry and even into the overall economy.
This is especially true if you look at other trends that are going on in the marketplace right now.
For example, there’s a trend toward “gift carding” — which involves sending customers a gift card in exchange for a product.
This can be very effective in giving consumers more options when shopping online, but there’s also the potential to make this even more lucrative.
Another trend that’s growing right now is “gifting clubs,” which allow people to buy items online and then have them delivered to their doorsteps, without the need for physical delivery.
These clubs are already popular in the grocery industry, and a lot of people are interested in using them as a way to boost their income and help pay for things like rent or groceries.
The fact is that there’s been a lot going on recently in the retail business that’s really exciting.
Online retailers have seen tremendous growth over the last decade, and now they’re poised to make a big comeback.