The products showing the fastest growth in online sales over the past three weeks include chopping boards, tripods and laundry baskets, data from tech firm Emarsys shows.
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Since the lockdown started, two in five Brits (41%) say they have been shopping at their local, independent stores more regularly than they did before.
Retailers should start arming for touchless future: 80% of Brits will behave differently towards public tech, survey shows
As the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) continues to disrupt lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide, research conducted by global product and service design company, Foolproof, a Zensar company, has identified that four out of five (80%) UK consumers will
The UK online food & grocery retail market is now forecast to grow 25.5% in 2020, as major supermarkets such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose expand fulfilment capacity to meet the raised demand from housebound consumers, says GlobalData, a leading
Sales remain elevated for home care and frozen food, latest IRI Covid-19 Consumer Spending Tracker shows
As the COVID-19 outbreak accelerates in Europe and the US, governments, businesses and consumers are changing behaviours rapidly and this is reflected in consumer purchases in Italy, France, US, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, UK and Spain, according to the latest
The newest Reply report on COVID-19 is dedicated at the impact of the crisis on the fashion industry across Europe and in the USA, both from a consumer and industry perspective. Based on Google search data, the study examines how
The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on retail and consumers has, and continues to be, the most significant event on the sector in living memory.
As the face of UK retail has changed in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, so too has how people pay for goods and services, according to research conducted by specialised payments platform Paysafe. In the company’s latest ‘Lost in
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to alter consumer behaviors permanently and cause lasting structural changes to the consumer goods and retail industries, according to findings of an Accenture survey of more than 3,000 consumers in 15 countries across five continents.
Significant shift in alcohol channels to change pubs and bars industry for years to come, says GlobalData
As the UK lockdown continues into its fifth week, and both the start and end-dates of the quarantine seem to get further away, the impact on the UK’s pubs and nightlife sector is having to be continually reassessed. In terms
Sales of prestige candles, diffusers and room fresheners increased before and as the UK entered lockdown, according to The NPD Group. In March 2020, sales of prestige room fresheners increased 37%, sales of prestige candles increased 6%, and sales of
The outbreak of Covid-19 is costing businesses more than £1,000 per employee each month in wasted time spent on video-conferencing, according to Wundamail research. Video-calling gives the illusion of collaboration, but Wundamail research reveals overindulging in pointless chit-chat is frustrating
With many UK brick-and-mortar stores remaining closed, new data from commerce experience leader, Bloomreach, shows that retailers are closing the sales gap through their digital offerings – with online sales in the UK increasing 27% from the same time year-on-year
Global information company The NPD Group today released data on the board game and toys playing habits of Brits and our European neighbours during lockdown confinement. According to the latest consumer research, 31% said they had played with games and
Education, fitness and arts are brand categories gaining most during coronavirus, CJ Affiliate shows
Brands in education (+518% change YoY), Fitness (+138%) and arts, photos and music (102%) are gaining the most through affiliates in the time of coronavirus but there is also opportunity for those in other categories, new data analysis has revealed.
Looking good for Zoom meetings while working from home seems to be the hot trend of the moment, and it’s driving considerable sales of beauty products, e-commerce experts at Emarsys find today.
The third annual BrandZ Top 75 Most Valuable Global Retail Brands Ranking, unveiled today by WPP and Kantar, reveals that the value of the world’s top 75 retail brands has grown 12% to $1.5 trillion in the past year. The
Research conducted by Wunderman Thompson Commerce has revealed that, in the rush to reach vulnerable consumers during lockdown, brands and retailers must not forego the near half (44%) of millennial consumers who now prefer their online purchases to be digital
NPD Group: breakfast to help British foodservice operators on path to recovery when Covid-19 lockdown restrictions ease
Global information company The NPD Group says firm growth in breakfasts in Britain’s quick-service restaurant (QSR) channel prior to the COVID-19 outbreak might be a business area some foodservice operators can leverage when lockdown restrictions are eventually amended. The NPD
The share of all grocery sales made online reached 10% in the last four weeks ending 18th April as UK lockdown shifts shopping habits away from multiple trips in-store and towards bigger baskets as well as shopping more at convenience
Fish fingers and frozen peas are flying off supermarket shelves as millions of hungry schoolchildren swap school dinners for lunchtime with mum and dad according to the latest industry figures.
Covid-19 will cause global retail spend to fall by $549.7bn in 2020 and private and public sector debt to skyrocket, says GlobalData
With almost 3 million cases of coronavirus worldwide and numerous countries enforcing lockdowns, global retail spend is anticipated to fall 3.0% in 2020, equating to $549.7bn, in comparison to a previously expected rise of 5.0% prior to COVID-19 (+$927.7bn), says
Tinned pasta has overtaken toilet paper as the most unavailable product across the major UK supermarkets in the last week ending 26 April 2020, with an average of 38.3% of items out of stock across the week, an increase of
Less than a month since the introduction of the new £45/€50 contactless limit in the UK and Ireland, Barclaycard, which handles half of all contactless transactions in the UK, has processed over 7m contactless payments above the previous limit of
Covid-19 obliterates hopes of improved retail health for foreseeable future, the KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank says
Following its latest health assessment, the KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank (RTT) has determined that UK retail health worsened substantially – by 3 index points – in the first quarter of 2020, with the impact of COVID-19 being the key driver