Macfarlane Packaging, the country’s leading supplier of protective packaging, is this week launching its annual “unboxing”* survey designed to provide retailers with valuable feedback from consumers on their experiences of opening and unpacking goods ordered online.
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Retail polls, find out what consumers, buyers & retailers think about the industry, published by Retail Times
Despite it reportedly being another difficult month for sales and footfall on the high street, UK online retail sales went from strength to strength in April, up +18.8% year-on-year (YoY) according to the latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail
According to eMarketer, fashion sales accrued $90.49 billion in 2017, with ecommerce sales representing about 89 percent of this revenue. This year, consumers are expected to spend even more online, but 2018 shoppers aren’t dumping brick and mortar yet.
Two thirds of UK households are looking to cut back on retail spending, according to a new poll tracking consumer sentiment by retail research agency Conlumino. The study found that while confidence picked up slightly in May, the public’s view
IT-enabled business services provider, Steria, has conducted a vox pop of consumers to find out their views on next-generation retail. Retail Times readers can watch the video of the consumer responses here, which includes their future expectations of mobile retail
John Lewis has topped Verdict’s poll of consumers as the UK’s favourite shop for the fourth year in a row. It beat Ikea, ranked second, to the top slot and sister company, Waitrose, placed third. John Lewis was also ranked
Fourth quarter confidence among businesses in the retail and wholesale sector has fallen to the lowest level seen this year and is now significantly below the UK average, according to the latest ICAEW/Grant Thornton UK Business Confidence Monitor (BCM) revealed
The volume of sales on the high street fell again in June, compared with a year ago, according to the latest CBI Distributive Trades Survey. But the decline was slower than expected and than last month, and retailers are hopeful
An overwhelming majority of the public support the current UK Sunday Trading laws, according to a poll commissioned by the ACS (Association of Convenience Stores). The findings, released on the day large retail chains are pressing for relaxation of Sunday trading