New study on social shopping in Germany: Where the product finds the buyer

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One in five Germans has bought something via social networks, just as many can imagine it. Social media and e-commerce are merging, and the customer journey is being redefined. A recent YouGov study shows the relevance of social shopping for German consumers.

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