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Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across UK retail destinations rose by +0.5% last week from the week before, wholly driven by a +4% increase in high streets while footfall in both retail parks and shopping centres
The purchasing habits of UK shoppers have changed dramatically since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to data from global e-commerce platform Shopify.
With a renewed sense of optimism and purpose, consumers reacted to PM Boris Johnson’s roadmap out of lockdown with a nationwide alfresco cleaning blitz, it has emerged.
Convenience stores have taken on a new importance over the past 12 months as Brits spend more time in their local community. New research commissioned by PayPoint reveals the local newsagent or corner shop is in the top three amenities,
A report released today by Peak, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) company, reveals that two-thirds (67%) of CEOs and other C-suite executives in the UK have experienced ‘decision paralysis’, defined as an inability to make or decide on a solution or
Avetta (www.avetta.com) surveyed more than 120 business leaders and found they expect Brexit to have the biggest impact on the resiliency of the supply chain in the short term and the future. Avetta partnered with the Executive Network Group to
Ahead of the reopening of non-essential retail next month, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield unveils new research on the impact of the pandemic on the future of retail as it releases ‘Westfield How We Shop: What’s Changed’. The report assesses how five key retail
With dining in restaurants on the horizon, a new study from tastecard, the UK’s largest dining club, has revealed the nation has misplaced its table manners, thanks to being constrained to dining at home for an entire year. Dining tables
New research from IGD reveals that variety discounters – Home Bargains, B&M, Poundland, Wilko and smaller players– will be worth £12.6bn by 2022, up from £11.1bn in 2020. The channel will take a 5.8% share of the overall UK grocery
Engagement and insights agency for young people, Beatfreeks has released its new report: 'Institutions of the Future: A National Youth Trends report into Gen Z and the Private Sector', which reveals that ethics and an authentic stance on societal issues
Despite a challenging business environment, the global Technical Consumer Goods (TCG) industry has inched back to $799 billion (excluding North America), which is a 2% value growth in the full year. Smart product segments performed better than average, resulting in
There is significant pent-up demand for consumer spending post-pandemic, with UK consumers prioritising haircuts, holidays and a day out as they emerge from lockdown, according to the latest EY Future Consumer Index.
Garments and footwear with integrated sensors that transmit biometric information and other datasets will reach new heights of popularity by 2030 and is set to be worth over $4bn, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. Smart clothing
eFax, the world’s leading online fax solution, today announces the findings of research revealing how UK Retail IT decision-makers are accelerating digital transformation of paper-based processes as a direct result of disruption caused by the UK leaving the EU
While UK health & beauty retailers have vastly improved their e-commerce offerings during lockdown, their post-purchase customer experience (CX) lags behind that of other retail sectors, the latest data from parcelLab, the leading operations experience platform, revealed.
New research from Adobe and the London School of Economics (LSE) has revealed that 25% of European companies are set to thrive in the post-COVID economy. Based on initial insight of 300 CIOs in the UK, France and Germany,
As the UK approaches the one-year milestone since the start of the first national lockdown, new data from eBay shows two thirds (67%) of UK sellers said they started selling pre-owned goods last year to earn extra cash during the
With bricks-and-mortar stores closed for almost a year, new research reveals that over three-quarters (78%) of UK and US consumers would not have been able to indulge their love of luxury without online shopping.
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across UK retail destinations rose by +7% last week from the week before. There were increases in activity in each of the three key destination types, but in shopping centres the
Brits are streamlining their excess baggage in a bid to achieve a lighter lifestyle, with a 50% drop in people taking a bag out with them – and a quarter of the population now trying to carry less wherever they go.
UK business optimism rose to its the highest since 2015, fuelled by the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination programme, according to the Accenture/ IHS Markit UK Business Outlook.
CEO and CFOs of consumer businesses identify priorities for the next 12 months as profitable and sustainable growth (85%), developing existing products and services (70%), and introducing new products and services (52%), according to Deloitte.
Mollie, one of the fastest-growing payment service providers in Europe, has published research unveiling the state of payments in retail today as well as the challenges and opportunities in the retail market following a turbulent year.
A new report from the Capgemini Research Institute examining the impact of the past year’s disruption on consumer products and retail (CP&R) supply chains, has found that 66% of organizations say their strategy will change significantly in the next 3
New research has revealed a recycling crisis in the UK with households simply running out of room in their bins and unable to recycle properly.