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New research from Endava shows increased momentum in digital acceleration following the COVID-19 pandemic
Endava, a leading next-generation technology service provider, has today released new research showing how businesses across the world are using the lessons they learned during the COVID-19 pandemic to shape their approach to ongoing digital adoption. Endava’s research encompassed senior
Bristol BNPL users more likely than any UK city to rely on schemes for financial stability, study shows
With cost of living on the rise, price comparison site idealo.co.uk delved into Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) schemes and polled users from around the country to uncover the top 10 areas in the UK where Brits are more likely
New data reveals how retailers can meet consumer expectations for the metaverse, sustainability, and more
Productsup, the leading product-to-consumer (P2C) software company, today released The commerce shortfall report, which highlights how companies can meet global consumer demand for product information, hurting sales across all channels. The report reveals knowing more information about products is one
As the cost of living continues to rise in the UK and around the globe, the general public is responding by becoming more saving-savvy than ever. Retailers have been keen to adapt to this increased consumer need for deals, with
At a time of rising inflation, online retail sales fell -12% Year-on-Year (YoY) in April. That is according to the latest IMRG Capgemini Online Retail Index, which tracks the online sales performance of over 200 retailers. With last month’s results
Seventy per cent of UK consumers less likely to shop with retailers after hearing about a negative delivery experience
A new report from ecommerce delivery technology leader Metapack uncovers the effect of negative delivery experience on consumer shopping behaviours. Amid the shift to online shopping, the research dives into consumer delivery experience across the UK, France and Germany and
As the world marks six months from the COP26 conference in which the renewed UN Fashion Charter was signed by some of UK’s largest brands, new findings show that major UK retailers are failing when it comes to offering basic
In an extensive Big Data study of more than two million active advertising campaigns on Amazon spanning seven marketplaces over two years, Sellics compared the costs of different advertising platforms
Total Till sales at UK supermarkets fell -1.8% over the last four weeks ending 23rd April, with spending during the Easter period helping to lift sales up from the -4.1% seen in March, reveals new data released today by NielsenIQ.
Royal Mail Marketreach and Accenture unveil research that shows 83% of consumers want choice about whether to receive communications by mail or email
Marketreach has conducted its biggest research programme in five years to understand how businesses can make the most of their Customer Mail.
Following a challenging two years for the retail sector, confidence is returning with retailers across Europe identifying store expansion as a key priority, according to the latest EMEA Retail Occupier survey from global real estate advisor, CBRE.
Food inflation bites: 69% become more cost-conscious as Brits tighten their belts during the cost-of-living squeeze
Pricing and promotions sensitivity soars as consumers tighten their belts during the cost-of-living squeeze, the latest research from Retail Insight, the leader in retail execution, reveals.
Holistic self-care is officially on the rise. New TikTok findings conducted by the Beauty Daily team at Clarins UK have found that self-care content has reached a total 22.3 billion views, with the most popular day for self-care activities being
New retail report reflects global supply chain crisis and indicates a shift toward the print-on-demand e-commerce model
A new report published by Digital Commerce 360 and the global print-on-demand tech unicorn Printful has unveiled key insights into the biggest issues being tackled by e-commerce retailers and brands in 2022, with traditional retail models and supply chain backlogs
According to research unveiled today, more than half of millennial and Gen-Z online shoppers (60% of 25-34-year-olds and 55% of those aged 16-24) say they would buy more often from a beauty product brand or retailer if same-day delivery was
As the UK rapidly approaches the spring bank holidays, new research from eBay Ads UK reveals that Brits’ passion for their gardens has blossomed over the past two years, with over two in five (43%) people reporting using their garden
British tapas – otherwise known as ‘picky bits’ – set to become bigger than BBQs this summer, Deliveroo shows
According to research from Deliveroo, nearly half (49%) of Brits refer to British-style finger food as ‘Picky Bits’.
UK workers are using company benefits and perks schemes for discounts and cash savings on day-to-day spending at supermarkets, to help cope with the soaring cost of living.
Research released today by Adyen , the global payments platform of choice for many of the world’s leading companies, reveals British retailers hold out optimism for growth in 2022, potentially contributing £269 billion to retail turnover.
The latest take-home grocery figures from Kantar show that supermarket sales fell by 5.9% over the 12 weeks to 17 April 2022. For the first time since the pandemic began sales are also in decline by 0.6% compared with two
Nearly half of shoppers with children at home claim they are already aiming to save money day-to-day so they can spend as much as they normally would this Christmas, according to the latest shopper insights from IGD.
New data from Klarna, a leading global retail bank, payments, and shopping service, reveals that UK shoppers are looking to integrate new technologies in their shopping experience, both online and in-store, with flexible payments and comparison services on top of
Deloitte Consumer Tracker: consumer disposable income confidence falls to record low, as rising cost of living takes hold
The first quarter of the year has seen net consumer confidence fall five percentage points, to -16%, taking its biggest dip since 2020 and undoing the consumer confidence recovery seen since the start of 2021. With rising household bills, and
International tech firm Salesforce has today released its latest quarterly Shopping Index covering Q1 of 2022, which reveals how after several quarters of consecutive growth in online shopping, a combination of inflation (up 12% in March), supply chain issues and