The UK grocery market is set to grow by 11.3% – from £216.8bn to £241.3bn – between 2022 and 2027, according to highly anticipated new figures from insight provider IGD. While inflation will underpin the majority of growth in 2022,
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As the cost of fuel remains at unprecedented levels, new research reveals almost a quarter of van drivers (24%) have turned down job opportunities because petrol prices mean certain jobs are not cost effective.
Online retail sales growth fell -8.7% Year-on-Year (YoY) in May 2022, despite being measured against a negative performance in May 2021 (-6%), as trading conditions continue to be very tough. Bucking a trend for positive growth between the two months,
Against last year’s soaring half term temperatures Platinum Jubilee sales did not disappoint, as value sales at UK supermarkets topped £2.7bn in the week ending 4th June 2022, 10% above the year-to-date average, reveals new data released today by NielsenIQ.
Measuring in-store and online sales across all forms of payments, new data from Mastercard SpendingPulseTM shows the UK, along with Spain and France, led year-over-year spending growth in May among the countries measured, not adjusted for inflation.
Today, NielsenIQ, a global information services company, announced the acquisition of CGA, the definitive provider of on-premise insights. This acquisition builds on NielsenIQ’s 2009 investment in CGA and will deliver the most innovative and granular alcoholic beverage measurement and insights
The ease with which shoppers can find products on a supermarket’s website is now a top five factor influencing the behaviour and loyalty of almost a quarter (24%) of Brits, according to new data released today by Algolia.
Over half of 18–24-year-olds want an even split of bills, compared to a third of over 55s, research shows
New research reveals discontent over the divide of household bills as just over three-fifths of couples (62%) don’t share costs out evenly. The latest data from MoneySuperMarket reveals British sentiments and behaviours towards splitting household bills, highlighting that only 40%
With so many incredible shopping locations in Europe to choose from, experts at UNiDAYS looked to work out which are the most popular amongst shoppers, according to a range of data points.
Retail set for £3.47bn boost over the Jubilee Weekend from sales of food, drink, decorations and memorabilia, research finds
British retailers are set for a £3.47bn cash injection as a result of consumer spending across the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend (2nd - 5th June).
UK grocery sales return to growth as 20% of Brits set to spend more over Jubilee bank holiday weekend, Nielsen reports
Total Till UK grocery sales rebounded to +0.6% over the last four weeks ending 21st May 2022, the first sign of positive growth in 2022 since the Christmas period, reveals new data released today by NielsenIQ.
Supermarket loyalty schemes will be key for customer retention in the UK during cost-of-living crisis, says GlobalData
The soaring inflation rate is squeezing consumers’ budgets in the UK, and many are choosing to shop at supermarkets that are perceived as the best value for money as a result, says GlobalData. The leading data and analytics company notes
Kantar’s latest take home grocery figures for Ireland show that sales fell by 6.5% in the 12 weeks to 15 May 2022. Irish shoppers are adjusting to increased prices as grocery inflation hits 5.5%, marking the first time it has risen above 5% since August 2013.
Over nine million Brits will celebrate the coming Jubilee with at least one commemorative purchase, according to new consumer research from customer engagement platform, Emarsys.
Clarins analyses Met Office data to reveal the UK cities where residents are most at risk of skin ageing from the sun
In new research conducted by the Clarins Beauty Daily team, Chichester residents are most at risk of skin ageing from UV rays. Based on the number of sunshine hours per UK city – this area in West Sussex was the
Kantar, the world’s leading marketing data and analytics company today revealed their annual Brand Footprint study, a detailed analysis of global shopper behaviour in 2021. The study finds that households consistently focused their brand choice on just 55 brands per
Brands are failing to represent and respond to expectations from women transitioning through the menopause or perimenopause in the UK according to new research by global insights company, Kantar, and menopause support provider, Over the Bloody Moon.
Star Wars’ merchandise is the most searched themed home accessories, a new study reveals.
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