More customers than before are looking for smoke-free products as part of any New Year’s resolution to move away from cigarettes, an independent survey by KAM Media on behalf of Philip Morris Limited (PML), can reveal.
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UK adults spent close to £7million pounds on vape products between January and October of 2020. With nearly 3 million adults now vaping, Vype was curious to find out which UK cities had embraced vaping the most. Vype took a
A large scale mobile gaming study by Toluna, a tech company that operates in the market research space, surveyed 1,060 mobile gamers or people interested in mobile gaming, aged 16 to 45 in the UK.
Using its own on-site data, the gifting site www.Prezzybox.com has predicted the gifting habits of Britons for 2021, after analysing the purchases and average spend in 2020.
Lockdown announcement sees sales of fitness steps multiply tenfold, as Britons search for ‘new lockdown exercise rules’
UK residents turned to Google to understand ‘new lockdown exercise rules’ with an online search spike of +3,400% in the past seven days, new research by sports and fitness equipment specialist www.sweatband.com has found.
IGD: shopper confidence remained stable in December, despite increased COVID-19 restrictions over Christmas period
Shopper confidence remained stable in December, despite increased COVID-19 restrictions over the Christmas period and uncertainty over EU Exit, according to the latest IGD Shopper Confidence Index. While many shoppers did not have the festive period they had planned for,
According to the Data & Marketing Association’s (DMA) latest research, Amazon has been listed by consumers as their favourite brand in 2020.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that it is possible for many people to work from home. Now, a survey of UK HR professionals by the HR software provider CIPHR, suggests that remote working is here to stay, regardless of any
UK cities, shopping centres, restaurants, offices, and meeting places have been radically hit and changed due to the Covid-19 health crisis, in an incredibly short period of time. This is what has emerged from a study carried out by Mytraffic,
The latest figures from Kantar show take-home grocery sales rose by 11.4% during the 12 weeks to 27 December 2020, a period spanning both the November national lockdown and Christmas. December was the busiest month ever for British supermarkets as
The trend for ordering food and drinks from our cars at Britain’s growing number of drive-thru restaurants soared from September to November 2020 according to global information company The NPD Group. There were 121 million visits to Britain’s 2,000 quick
Footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -23.2% last week from the previous week, Springboard shows
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that post- Christmas, footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -23.2% last week from the previous week, with the biggest drop seen in shopping centres by -31.8% with drops in high streets (-21.9%)
Takeback Monday: returns expected to increase by 63% on first working day of the year, Royal Mail reports
Takeback Monday – returns of online purchases are predicted to increase by 63% compared to the average number of return parcels per day in December, according to Royal Mail. Takeback Monday is the day that most Brits will return their
Barclaycard: consumer spending fell 7.1% in 2020 amidst a year of restrictions, yet lifestyle changes and shifting consumer habits led to growth for some sectors
Consumer spending declined 7.1% year-on-year in 2020 – as coronavirus restrictions impacted many sectors, with high-street retailers and hospitality hardest hit. Yet there were some bright spots as changing consumer behaviours spurred e-commerce growth, while the rise of the ‘insperience
With the majority of retail sales moving online this festive period due to Coronavirus, new research from the shopping comparison site, finder.com, analysed the website of 35 major retailers to reveal who saw the biggest rise and decline, in web
Tipsy tapas, Simnel cakes at Easter, Singles Day and Cockapoo Christmas jumpers – some of the biggest retail trends expected in 2021
Google.com - it’s the most visited site and the most widely used search engine in the world. With 40,000 searches made every second in the UK, totalling 3.5 billion a day, it’s no surprise that
Brits are planning to splash out £2.7bn in this year’s post-Christmas sales in a bid to treat friends and family, as well as themselves, after a challenging 2020.
Seventy two per cent of shoppers believe retailers should offer more promotions in times for financial uncertainty, according to research from XCCommerce
More Christmas promotions but less extensive discounts, as retailers attempt to attract shoppers, PwC data shows
According to new data from PwC, which tracks daily promotional activity of 206 online retailers, there has been a slightly higher level of retail promotions this year, with activity peaking around Black Friday weekend.
COVID-19 sends supermarket meat and booze sales soaring – and Corona lager emerges as surprise winner in battle of the brands, Nielsen data reveals
Brits have put an extra £2.5bn worth of lager, wine, spirits and meat in their supermarket trollies this year as they were left unable to visit their favourite restaurants and bars, reveals new data from Nielsen for The Grocer’s annual
Pandora is revealed as one of the most cherished Christmas gifts that consumers have ever received, according to new Klarna research.
The vast majority of British consumers still think companies use too much packaging despite industry evidence showing a slight reduction in materials used to deliver products.
More than three-quarters (83%) of consumers changed how they planned, purchased and prepared their food during the first national lockdown, with over half (51%) claiming to have eaten more fruit and vegetables, according to the latest research in IGD’s Appetite
From helping to safeguard a consistent supply of food to food banks during the early days of the pandemic, to establishing a new work experience initiative for young, unemployed people, IGD has brought the food and consumer goods industry together
During the festive season, three-quarters (75%) of British consumers plan to spend the same or more as last year on the 2020 holiday season’s online events and blockbuster deals. That’s according to the latest research by Periscope® by McKinsey, based