“A report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has identified for the first time the value of the Internet economy in the United Kingdom. The report, titled The Connected Kingdom: How the Internet Is Transforming the U.K. Economy, reveals that the U.K. Internet economy contributed £100 billion in 2009, representing 7.2 percent of U.K. GDP—more than construction, transport, or utilities. The report finds that this share is likely to grow by about 10 percent annually, reaching 10 percent of GDP by 2015.
The report finds that the United Kingdom is now the world’s leading country for e-commerce and that U.K. businesses are using the Internet to expand their sales overseas. The United Kingdom is now a net exporter of e-commerce goods and services, exporting £2.80 for every £1 imported. This is the opposite of the trend seen in the offline economy, which exports 90p for every £1 imported.
Small businesses growing faster, defying regional trends
As part of its research, BCG surveyed over 900 small and medium enterprises. The companies that actively use the Internet reported overall sales growth more than four times greater than that of less active companies. The results also revealed that the most active online businesses are based in the East of England, London, and Scotland—despite the fact that Scotland has one of the lowest levels of consumer online engagement in the United Kingdom.”1
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