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Consumers are paving the way for retailers to take prime position in the growing electric vehicle (EV) market, with 57% of EV drivers saying they’d like to see more charging points at shopping venues. In comparison, 41% want EV charging
Online shopping is here to stay with a projected 67% increase post-lockdown, and a further 125% increase of over 55s who say they will continue to shop online post-pandemic. That's according to a new report new report from UPS, launched
A special report from The Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU), forecasting growth and assessing key opportunities and risks in online retailing, predicts that the sub-sector will continue to expand its share of total retail sales—rising from about 10% in 2019
The Disruption and Uncertainty – State of Grocery Retail 2021 report, launched today by McKinsey & Company and EuroCommerce, takes a comprehensive look at the long term-trends and effects of the pandemic on the European grocery industry.
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
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
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
An estimated 7.7 million Britons will make up a highly lucrative segment, so-called “Revenge Spenders” making up for lost time. However, another new post-Covid phenomenon, The Rationers, will be even greater in size but far more reluctant to spend.
Telstra, a leading Australian telecommunications and technology company, has today published a report in partnership with Vanson Bourne, that reveals the impact of COVID-19 on European businesses, and how some are using digital transformation to pivot business models to adapt
Following one of the toughest years on record for retail, investment in omnichannel and operational infrastructure is proving key to weathering the pandemic storm, a new survey of 400 US and UK international retailers, commissioned by PFS, has revealed.
Despite 2020 being the worst ever year for retail sales growth due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there’s optimism that the roll out of the vaccine and a lifting of restrictions will lead to British high streets reopening.
The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) has today released its sustainability-focused Ambition 2025 Progress Report, seeing impressive progress with targets initially set in 2016, from its members.
ACS has urged the Government to recognise the importance of rural shops and ensure that they are not left playing catch up when it comes to being able to provide services to their customers.
P-THREE, a real estate consultancy specialising in retail, restaurants and leisure, has today unveiled its Foodhalls Report – F-Hubs Insights 2021. The sector saw a boom in 2017 with more than 20 foodhalls opening in London alone and it is
Nearly one in five (17%) UK small businesses chose to move their business online sooner than anticipated due to Coronavirus, a new report had revealed.
Business rates valuations have grown faster than open market (MSCI) rents, suggesting valuations could be too high, according to the CBRE research report, Where Next for UK Business Rates? which was published today. The report is published ahead of the
With the e-commerce industry becoming increasingly competitive, StockX, the global resale platform for sneakers, streetwear, and collectibles has reported record-breaking growth in 2020. StockX’s most recent series E funding round attracted increased investor interest, raising $275 million, valuing the platform
UK retail warehousing – often erroneously associated with the struggling high street sector – continues to outperform other retail segments despite the rise of online retailing and Covid-19, a pioneering report conducted by Savills in conjunction with Ediston Property Investment
Eating In vs Dining Out 2021 – the second report in a series that examines the impact of COVID-19 on the UK food and drink market – quantifies how the pandemic shifted spend from foodservice to retail channels in 2020,
Nationwide research of 5,000 Britons has revealed a heat map of the UK, with folk from Middlesbrough emerging as most partial to an extremely hot curry.
A recent report looking at the state of automation in UK warehousing published by OW Robotics, supplier of flexible automated warehouse solutions, has identified retail as one of the main sectors that could see strong potential gains from the robot
A higher proportion of listed retail companies are at risk of insolvency compared to other sectors, according to data from the latest EY Profit Warnings Report.
Consumer trust in the food sector has increased over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report from Europe’s leading food innovation initiative can reveal.
It’s well documented that 2020 has changed the retail landscape. Businesses have had to adapt the fundamental ways they work. And, with physical processes and in-store customer experiences under threat, this means relying more than ever on digital technologies.