A new Covid-19 Commerce Insight (ccinsight) project today launches showing for the first time how Covid-19 is affecting consumer expenditure online at both a global and regional level in multiple industry sectors on a daily basis
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Kantar is urging retailers and FMCG brands to “take themselves out of the now” and being occupied with safety screens, protective measures, hazard pay and spot bonuses etc and think about will come next with the coronavirus pandemic.
Kantar has pinpointed four lessons from the behaviour of UK grocery shoppers in the four weeks to 22 March.
Britons on lockdown buy board games and puzzles and challenging building sets to ease Covid-19 confinement
Today global information company The NPD Group has published the top 10 best-selling toys as Britons prepared to go into lockdown in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Toluna COVID-19 Barometer reveals most Americans acknowledge normal life won’t begin until late spring
More than half of all Americans (52%) claim they will not feel confident about making future plans until summer, according to the Toluna COVID-19 Barometer, a new bi-weekly barometer that taps into a community panel of 30+ million members providing
Adobe today unveiled the Adobe Digital Economy Index, the first real-time barometer of the digital economy, which analyses trillions of online transactions across 100 million product SKUs in 18 product categories. Growing at a faster pace than the economy as
Grocery sales in the four weeks to 22 March jumped by 20.6%, the biggest growth on record, the latest data from Kantar shows.
Mapp, the international provider of insight-based customer engagement, today published figures on the changes in online customer behaviour due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
The team at the global affiliate network www.awin.com have taken a look into the top online shopping trends that have emerged over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, using data shared by the network’s retail partners.
Spending data from international payments provider Planet has revealed the economic impact of the virus on European retail during February, looking specifically at spend by international shoppers in Europe’s leading destination markets. International shoppers spend 3.7 times more than their
Tastecard, the world’s largest diners’ club, has revealed the top dishes Brits would like to see back on restaurant menus when lockdown lifts. As many of us are stuck at home watching re-runs and bingeing on RakutenTV*, home cooking is
UK supermarkets experience surge in sales as British consumers make 79m extra shopping trips amid Covid-19 pandemic
British consumers made over 79 million extra grocery shopping trips in the last four weeks, with total till sales at supermarkets surging to 20.5%, reveals data released today by Nielsen. The uptick in sales was particularly pronounced in the week
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show year-on-year supermarket sales grew by the fastest rate in over a decade during the past 12 weeks – increasing by 7.6%. The rate of growth in the most recent four weeks
Global information company The NPD Group says results from its COVID-19 British Foodservice Sentiment Tracker shows nine out of 10 respondents agree that temporary closure of out-of-home or eat-out establishments is a sensible precaution. Carried out on 20 March 2020,
Amidst the COVID-19 epidemic, in-store and online sales of prestige hand soaps have increased significantly in the UK according to The NPD Group. Sales of prestige hand soaps have increased week-on-week since the 26 January 2020 compared to the same
TV sales in Britain jump in the week 15 – 21 March, up +59.5% in volume compared to the same week last year, and +43.3% in value.
Coronavirus week 5: traffic to online grocery stores up +84%, streaming sites up +34%; while tourism and real estate continue to suffer
As much of the global workforce has shifted to working from home, consumer behaviour suggests that the public is stocking up for the long haul as online grocers struggle to keep up with demand. That’s according to new data from
LoveTheSales.com has carried out the first AI analysis of Instagram to discover what really goes into making the world's ultimate influencer. AI identified the 500 most Insta-famous people on the planet (those who rose to fame thanks to social media)
First week of home isolation sees mixed online sales results, IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index shows
As the Government’s ‘home isolation’ rules kicked in last week, the immediate impact of the Covid-19 Coronavirus on online consumer shopping habits was laid bare. During the first week of the new pandemic guidelines, online retail sales growth was down
British consumers are adjusting to the realities of the economy, spending less but consuming more digital media, according to new data from global consulting firm McKinsey & Company on consumer sentiment during the Coronavirus crisis.
Empty shelves in UK supermarkets have become a common sight over the past couple of weeks. The government has now warned shoppers to only buy what they need, following shortages caused by panic buying. But how much extra have UK
Grocery sales in Ireland increased by 23% in comparison with the same time last year, and by 16% when compared to the previous week, according to the latest data from the week ending 15 March 2020, released today by Nielsen.
The hospitality sector has experienced a 77% slowdown in the past month according to new analysis which lays bare the impact of the coronavirus pandemic for the first time.
Following the UK’s introduction of lockdown procedures in the fight against Covid-19, self-isolating Brits are turning to new pleasures in droves in order to occupy the increased time spent at home. Analysis from leading discount site, VoucherCodes.co.uk reveals that there
According to the latest insights from the Data & Marketing Association (DMA), most marketers believe ‘Discounts and offers’ (49%) and ‘Advice, information or tutorials’ (45%) are the types of email content that help achieve their campaign goals.