Dealers should brace for a new surge in car sales when Britain emerges out of lockdown, according to the specialist online car supermarket BuyaCar.co.uk.
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The national lockdown has boosted sales of the athleisure categories, while a lack of social occasions has seen formal wear order volumes plummet compared to last year, according to the latest data from True Fit, the leading personalisation platform for
COVID-19 has accelerated many e-commerce trends resulting in higher consumer expectations from retailers today, than they had a year ago. In fact, a new global research report commissioned by SOTI, has found that 63% of UK consumers (59% globally) say
We’ve become a nation of newfound wine connoisseurs during the pandemic, Black Tower research reveals
Whilst it’s no surprise that our consumption of alcohol as a nation has increased over the last year, new research shows that Brits are now enjoying wine alongside other hobbies or as part of an activity and sampling new alternatives
Over the last year businesses big and small have had to continually adapt to a ‘new normal’ as restrictions and government guidance has changed. For many, this has meant completely changing the way they interact with their customers and forgetting
Ahead of the UK’s 2021 Budget and Economic Recovery Plan, new research from Sage, the market leader in cloud business management solutions, has revealed the tough conditions that will be facing small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) well into
A new study into the nation’s eating habits, has revealed the average Briton is currently devouring a staggering 1,406 calories over the course of a typical morning.
Year on year sales of online gift cards and eVouchers soared by 117% during the second half of 2020 as Covid restrictions made it more difficult for consumers to shop for physical gifts.
Despite concerns around increased costs and delivery delays as new processes around the movement of goods bed in post-Brexit, European shoppers remain committed to purchasing from UK brands and retailers, original research from the leading cross-border ecommerce technology and services
Eskenzi PR & Marketing, a leading voice in the cybersecurity public relations industry has today announced the results of a survey, which found that over a third (34%) of UK consumers have stopped purchasing goods and services from the European
Investment in digital technology set to deliver £232bn boost to UK economy by 2040, Virgin Business Media shows
Investment in digital technology is set to increase UK GDP by £232bn (6.9%) in 2040, according to a major new study by Virgin Media Business and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).
The latest survey from CACI, the consumer and location intelligence specialist, has revealed the extent of the growing positive sentiment among consumers as the vaccine roll-out gathers momentum. The findings also highlight the lasting implications the pandemic has had
Greggs beats McDonald’s, KFC and Burger King to become one of the UK’s most loved lockdown takeaways
An online review platform has conducted research into the UK’s favourite takeaway chains by analysing internal and external reviews, in order to discover which is the most trusted and loved by Brits.
Five years of online sales growth in 12 months, permanently shifts shopping habits for two in five consumers, Nat West reports
The Coronavirus pandemic has accelerated growth in online sales in 2020 by five years and permanently changed the shopping habits of two in five consumers, according to a new survey by NatWest and Retail Economics. During 2020, almost half of
Despite 35% of the population being single, 66% of Brits will not be celebrating Valentine’s Day this year, according to the latest research from leading experience analytics company Contentsquare.
Love for the brand has a huge impact on a customer’s loyalty to a retailer, as well as their likelihood to recommend it to others, according to a new study. People who love a brand are three times more likely
GWI’s latest research (2,701 UK respondents and 2,812 US) shows that although couples and spouses are still central to the holiday – with 89% celebrating the occasion – almost half (44%) of single, widowed or divorced internet users intend to
Retailers are feeling the love in the run up to Valentine’s Day, with two fifths (41%) expecting to see a sales boost, according to new research from Barclaycard Payments, which sees nearly half of the nation’s credit and debit card
Merchant Machine has taken an in-depth look at payment methods of different countries around the world to find the nations where physical cash still takes precedence despite the increasing popularity of digital payment wallets such as Apple Pay and Paypal.
ith the first lockdown Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it’s no secret that COVID-19 restrictions have put a halt to many of our plans over the last year. However, new research1 from American Express (NYSE: AXP) reveals that over half of
GoDaddy Inc., the company that empowers everyday entrepreneurs, today releases new research which finds that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a surge in young people starting their own retail businesses in the UK.
UK shoppers are sitting on a potential £2.4 billion of unreturned goods they have purchased online, as lockdowns restrictions have made returning unwanted items significantly harder for them.
There’s a new food trend emerging in the capital. Latest analysis from The NPD Group shows a significant rise in families in London ordering snacks and coffee delivered to their home. Demand from families for snacking delivered by foodservice operators
Over the past 12 months, millions have started working from home, changing the commercial landscape of work and city life dramatically.
More than 500 young, unemployed people joined IGD’s virtual work experience programme last week (01-05 February), to receive invaluable employability skills training amid a burgeoning unemployment crisis in the UK.