Wholesale data analysis company, SalesOut, has revealed that since re-opening for outdoor custom on 12 April 2021, pub sales in Britain have been boosted by 317%.
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A quarter of consumers say online stores either don’t do enough to engage with them, or that they only want their money, study finds
Brands are putting customer loyalty at risk due to a disconnect between their physical and e-commerce experiences, a new research report by PFS has found. The report, titled ‘Overcoming the Physical Disconnect: How Retailers Can Maintain Customer Loyalty in an
Factor-a reveals trending keywords in home and garden on Amazon in April factor-a, Europe’s largest Amazon specialist agency, which advises more than 300 manufacturers and brands on how to maximize their success on the sales platform, has analysed the trending keywords
Total till sales at UK supermarkets maintained steady growth at 4.6% in the last four weeks ending 24th April 2021, despite the partial reopening of hospitality. However, online grocery sales growth has slowed to 25%1, as UK shoppers return to
With 16% of adults (one in six people) across England, Wales and Northern Ireland experiencing food insecurity, IGD is today launching a new guide to help manufacturing companies increase their redistribution of surplus food. Maximising Food Surplus Redistribution: A Guide
Bringg, the leading delivery and fulfilment cloud platform provider, released findings today from a recent survey in its report, State of Last Mile Logistics. The report examines how logistics providers are focusing their last mile operations today, and highlights gaps
Global ecommerce firm Shopify has today released new figures from its international Economic Impact Report showing that Shopify merchants and partners generated 112,780 new jobs in the UK in 2020, the equivalent to the population of the City of Lincoln.
A new report by Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company, examines how taste trends manifest across the world and come to life through taste and product innovation.
The latest figures from Kantar show grocery market growth in Ireland slowed to 1.9% in the 12 weeks ending 18 April. In the most recent four weeks, sales declined by 3.3% compared with the same period last year – a
Pandemic has forced shoppers to become more planned – larger shops, less often and fewer treats for most anxious, research finds
New research from shopper insights specialist Shoppercentric has shown that the seemingly irreversible rise of the top-up shopper - a growing trend for more than 25 years - appears to have been halted, with a 60% increase in a ‘main
With most of the UK working from home for the past year, many of us have turned to caffeine to help keep our productivity levels high. The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company has surveyed over 2,000 coffee drinkers
IGD: latest Eating In vs Dining Out report reveals that both retail and foodservice will grow in 2021
The latest Eating In vs Dining Out report – produced by insight and analysis providers IGD, in collaboration with foodservice consultant Peter Backman – forecasts 12% growth in 2021, for the UK food and drink market.
Superdrug survey reveals 86% of the black and mixed heritage community want more inclusive beauty campaigns
New research from Superdrug has revealed that one third of people across the black and mixed heritage community don’t feel represented when it comes to shopping for health and beauty products on the high street. As part of Superdrug’s Own
Fashion retailers focus on flexible services to boost sales and drive long-term loyalty, research by parcelLab reveals
Fashion brands are pivoting to offer new, value-add delivery services and improved post-purchase experiences to enhance sales, encourage customer loyalty and protect margins, the latest data from parcelLab, the leading operations experience platform, reveals.
GHD survey reveals 40% of people in UK are considering moving to a different location due to COVID-19 pandemic
Forty per cent of people in the UK are considering moving to a different location as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent survey by leading professional services company GHD. The proportion of those considering moving home
SMEs feel it’s extremely important to use a trusted brand hand sanitiser when re-opening their doors after the UK’s third national lockdown, survey finds
A Savanta Comres survey commissioned by INEOS Hygienics, INEOS’ new consumer healthcare business, has found that a huge 90% of small and medium sized businesses in the UK feel that hand sanitiser is going to be key in keeping their
The latest figures from Kantar show take-home grocery sales rose by 5.7% during the 12 weeks to 18 April 2021. The most recent trends suggest that consumer confidence is increasing, as the successful vaccine roll out and relaxation of social
Wine gets better with age, and age gets better with wine! Jacob’s Creek unveils what Brits believe gets better with age and the nation’s wine drinking habits to celebrate the launch of its Double Barrel range. Brits claim confidence gets
UK’s early investment in alternative nicotine technologies is earning country £800m windfall every year, new report shows
The vaping sector supports nearly 18,000 jobs in the retail supply chain and is contributing £805 million per annum to UK GDP, as the UK reaps the benefits of its far-sighted investment in vaping and other alternative nicotine products, according
Retail sales volume recover in March but figures for the first quarter remain subdued overall, ONS reports
Retail sales volumes continued to recover in March 2021, with an increase of 5.4% when compared with the previous month reflecting the effect of the easing of coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions on consumer spending; sales were 1.6% higher than February 2020
Health of retail sector given a boost as pent up demand is unleashed following lockdown, KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank (RTT) shows
Pent up demand and savings accrued during lockdown are set to improve the health of the retail sector over the coming months as the UK moves to the next phase of its recovery plan, according to the KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think
Deloitte: four out of five UK consumers adopt more sustainable lifestyle choices during COVID-19 pandemic
Environmental awareness amongst UK consumers has surged in the past year with 85% now making more sustainable lifestyle choices, according to Deloitte’s latest Sustainable Consumer research.
The end of ‘9 to 5’ offices will create a surge in failed deliveries and cost British businesses £2bn, warns ParcelHero
New research from the home delivery expert ParcelHero reveals that only 20% of professionals want to work full-time from their offices post-Covid, with a quarter saying they will resign if forced to do so. Although increased working from home
Klarna today announces the launch of CO2 insights for all shopping purchases as part of its 1% pledge, involving the donation of $10 million to initiatives supporting planet health. The new feature aims to democratise access to unbiased climate impact
New research by Accenture suggests that the pandemic has intensified interest in “conscious consumption” — defined as those who seriously consider the environmental and societal impacts of their shopping choices — challenging consumer goods and retail industries to fundamentally rethink