More than two thirds of Millennial Men feel ‘brands’ are important as a way of expressing themselves to others; nearly two thirds of men under 34 say they like or follow brands on social media whilst younger men are the
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Despite concerns around Brexit, spending on Christmas purchases is likely to increase in the U.K. this year, with more than a third (37 percent) of consumers planning to spend more than they did last year, according to the latest Accenture
A recent study by Adobe and Goldsmiths, University of London, found that customer loyalty is changing. Brands used to measure loyalty through recommendation, responsiveness and retention, but digital transformation – both within businesses and the lives of consumers – has
In celebration of the Final Draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, Visa, the Official Payment Service Partner of FIFA, released travel and spending data for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Throughout official FIFA venues, Visa will enable a
The amount spent on UK online retail sites on Black Friday 2017 was up +11.7% to £1.39bn, according to data from IMRG. This was ahead of the original forecast of +9% growth for the day. Of that spend, 39% was completed
New research released from PCA Predict’s Ecommerce Trends this morning reveals that there has been a 3% decrease in online sales this Cyber Mondayfrom 12am-11am, compared to last year. So far today, the peak minute for purchasing in the UK
The global grocery retail market will add $2.7 trillion in sales to 2022, with growth in the next five years dominated by Asia, according to new forecasts released today by international grocery research organisation IGD. Asia’s grocery retail market will
Mastercard installs click and collect fast lane in UK’s largest shopping centre ahead of Black Friday
Forget ‘road-rage’, a new study has revealed that UK shoppers should prepare themselves this week for ‘slowed-rage’ - the frustration they feel when faced with slow walkers. As shops gear up for one of the busiest weekends in the retail calendar,
Black Friday should not just be an opportunity for retailers to follow the herd – instead, they should develop their own marketing and pricing strategies focusing on delivery practises. The UK version of Black Friday does not have a Thanksgiving
Barclays Christmas Confidence Survey: confidence remains robust, Black Friday evolving, marketing spend up
Whether it’s Moz the Monster or Paddington Bear, the focus on Christmas adverts from UK retailers is greater than ever this year. The Barclays Christmas Confidence Survey reveals this trend is likely to continue, with a third (34%) of retailers
UK online retail sales were up +12.6% year-on-year (YoY) in October, according to the latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index. Despite various external stimuli potentially working in its favour, this was lower than both the average YoY
Retailers and brands cannot afford to become complacent about the strategic role that delivery plays in their e-commerce strategies according to new research. Half of all shoppers will abandon online shopping baskets if delivery choices on offer are unsatisfactory and
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel in Ireland, published today for the 12 weeks ending 5 November 2017, reveal that Dunnes Stores has returned to the top spot for the first time in nine months, capturing a
UK SMEs are bracing themselves for a winter of discontent with 70% expecting international trade to decline or stagnate as major concerns cited in Q3 become a reality in Q4. The findings from the Q3 edition of the Global Trade Barometer
It’s only one week to go until Black Friday, with the most anticipated sales day of the year expected to contribute towards £20bn spent online in November, according to e-commerce consultancy Salmon.
A study in 2014 discovered that Britons steal over £1.3bn from supermarkets via self-scan each year, and an updated study this year has revealed this number has shot up to £3.2bn with almost one quarter of Britons confessing to having
Amid concerns about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May 2018 and its impact on the marketing industry, 71% of marketers actually see this as a creative opportunity. According to the latest research from the DMA
Number of online retailers taking ‘showroom’ stores increases as internet sales slow, Colliers shows
A growing number of formerly ‘pure-play’ online retailers are taking physical stores as the rate of internet sales growth looks set to slow during the next few years. New research from Colliers International shows that by 2021, the rate of growth
Millennials and pensioners are the shoppers least influenced by price, while affluent baby boomers are more likely to watch costs, research has found. The findings, from Webloyalty’s 5Ps of Shopper Motivation report, created in conjunction with Oxford Brookes University, identified five
Strength of delivery to bring home bacon in UK foodservice industry over next two years, NPD Group reports
Global information company The NPD Group says the British foodservice industry should grow by an additional 83 million visits in 2018 (up +0.7% on 2017), despite stagnant wage growth and high inflation. In 2019, visits in the eat-out or out-of-home
Shoppers who eat during their visit to a shopping centre make 25% more transactions; spend 12% more and stay 35 minutes longer in a mall compared to shoppers who don’t stop to dine, according to new data from Coniq, Europe’s
A survey of almost 300 retail websites by international law firm Bryan Cave has revealed that 100% are non-compliant with the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into force on 25 May 2018.
Oxford Street has emerged as Europe’s busiest shopping street in new footfall analysis of the most famous high streets in 23 European cities, to be published on Wednesday by BNP Paribas Real Estate.
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel, published today for the 12 weeks to 5 November 2017, show supermarket sales have increased in value by 3.2% year on year in the run up to Christmas.
Physical media is the nation’s entertainment format of choice once more, with 52% of Brits preferring physical books, music, film/TV and video games to digital downloads, according to eBay’s Guide to Physical Media, released today. This new insight, based on