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Over half (55%) of UK adults will interact with brands more through digital and virtual channels than face-to-face post-pandemic, according to new research from Nuance.
Numerator, a data and tech company serving the market research space, has published early read results from the first 32 hours of Prime Day 2021. Data is updated throughout the two-day Prime Day event on Numerator's live Amazon Prime Day
Retailers that use their brand communities to create emotional connections with their customers see a greater ROI from their marketing investment, a new study by loyalty and engagement platform, LoyaltyLion has found.
The world’s most valuable brandshave experienced record growth according to the Kantar BrandZTM Most Valuable Global Brands 2021 ranking, with the total worth reaching $7.1 trillion – equivalent to the combined GDP of France and Germany. The 42% increase,
The latest take-home grocery figures from Kantar show that supermarket sales fell by 1.6% during the 12 weeks to 13 June 2021. While the number of grocery trips remains lower than in pre-covid times, since last year there has been
Of the the non-alcoholic beverage brands currently active in sport sponsorships in the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, it is soft drinks giant Coca Cola that is expected to be the most committed, with an estimated 145
The newly emerging ‘quick commerce’ channel – which delivers food and groceries to consumers in less than one hour and often sub-30 minutes – is currently worth £1.4bn according to a new report from IGD, the insight and analysis providers
Footfall declined by -3.1% last week from the week before across all UK retail destinations and by -5.4% in high streets. In shopping centres and retail parks, where rain impacts trips to a lesser degree, footfall dropped by just -1.3%
Although the year 2020, marked by COVID-19, posed immense challenges for retailers, the trade in fast-moving consumer goods was able to benefit from the fact that public life was shut down during the lockdowns. The 27 EU countries recorded an
New research released today by Checkout.com is a ‘wake-up call’ for online retailers, as the majority predict the shift towards online shopping, accelerated by the pandemic, is here to stay.
Despite the ongoing social distancing restrictions, the total amount spent at UK pubs jumped 4.5 per cent over the weekend (12-13 June), compared to the previous weekend (5-6 June), likely thanks to football fans watching the opening games of Euro 2020
Footfall in UK retail destinations declined by -6.7% last week from the week before, a sharp contrast with the rise of +11.6% in the previous week. Activity dipped in all three destination types; high streets lost around half of the
Knowledge, time and fear are the key barriers preventing the 72% of UK independent retailers not active on social media on any given day from using platforms like Instagram and Facebook, even though 66% of consumers spend three hours a
International law firm Bird & Bird today launches a sustainability survey report focusing on the impact of sustainability on business priorities, innovation and leadership on retail and consumer businesses. The report aims to provide insights and recommendations to help move
Today, leading global payment service provider, emerchantpay, publishes the first instalment of its New World, One Market Report, a new research study examining consumer behaviour when it comes to post-pandemic payment preferences. Chapter One of the study reveals that the
From baking mug cakes to the new craze for crotchet, the past year has seen Brits adopt a whole range of new pastimes to keep themselves busy during the restrictions. New research from American Express Shop Small reveals that over
With crypto fever once again making headlines, a new study reveals that a quarter of students in the UK currently own cryptocurrency.
According to the latest Shopper Confidence Index from IGD, shopper confidence remains strong and financial confidence has reached a new high.
Today, findings from environmental services company Foodsteps, reveal that dinners from leading recipe box Gousto, produce 23% less carbon emissions than equivalent meals from supermarket stores*.
The use of cash in the UK has significantly reduced, with the COVID-19 pandemic fueling a shift in consumer payment preferences, according to a new report recently released by financial technology leader FIS® (NYSE: FIS).
Total Till sales fell 2.7% in the four weeks ending 22nd May 2021, with grocery sales declining by 6.7% during the week ending 22nd May, the first week indoor cafes, pubs and restaurants reopened, reveals new data released today by
Strong data maturity is helping 62% of consumer product and retail data masters achieve scale with their AI and analytics proofs of concept, and 73% derive quantifiable business value from their data. This is according to the latest Capgemini Research
The FDF has published their Q1 2021 Business Confidence report, summarising member sentiment, the latest official industry figures, and key opportunities and challenges for the sector.
New data from leading sustainable packaging provider DS Smith shows that 44% of Brits admit to hoarding cardboard boxes – with a massive 135m believed to be sitting in our sheds, garages, and wardrobes.
Over eight in ten (84%) online shoppers would turn their back on a retailer after a bad returns experience. That’s according to new research from Klarna, which highlights the power of returns as a customer acquisition and retention tool, and