New research by Wunderman Thompson Commerce reveals that fewer than two in ten (16%) of UK consumers intend to return to their old shopping habits post-lockdown, signifying the lasting change that COVID-19 will have on the retail industry.
Investment in online capabilities and delivery apps across the retail sector is expected to increase further, according to the latest research from global real estate advisor, CBRE. Online sales have helped many retailers offset some of the lost revenue from
A new report by global professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal (A&M), in partnership with Retail Economics, estimates that 17.2 million British consumers plan to make permanent changes to the way they shop, as perceived risks of contracting COVID-19 at
A new study into the nation’s finances has shown that a fifth (20%) of Brits believe Coronavirus has been a financial wakeup call, with almost a third (30%) admitting they were unprepared money-wise for the situation.
The latest figures from Kantar show take-home grocery sales in the Republic of Ireland increased by 24.7% in the 12 weeks to 14 June 2020, encompassing the entire lockdown period. This additional spend adds up to €628.7 million on grocery
Global information company The NPD Group says weekly spend in British foodservice in April 2020 was just over £200 million, compared to April 2019’s weekly spend level of around £1 billion pounds – a fall of 80%. In addition, the
LLamasoft, the leading provider of AI-powered supply chain analytics software to 750 of the world's leading brands, has published the results of a global retail supply chain study which revealed that 73% of retailers believe AI and Machine Learning can
IRI, a global leader in innovative solutions and services for consumer, retail and media companies, has released two economic indicators for CPG retailers and manufacturers in Europe in the wake of COVID-19. The IRI Demand Index and IRI Inflation Tracker
New Kantar findings show that online beauty sales jumped 100% during the 12 weeks to 31 May 2020 while stores were closed due to stay-at-home advice from Government. The uplift saw more people than ever before, 8.7% of the population,
COVID-19 has caused a monumental shift in consumers’ food and drink habits. The boundaries between eating at home and out-of-home, once blurred, have now broken down, resulting in unprecedented changes to supply and demand of food and drink in the
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the global fashion industry but could herald a renewed focus on sustainability in the longer term, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
Almost half (45%) of FMCG brands have reported a negative impact on sales in supermarkets and other grocery stores including online, due to Covid-19. In comparison, less than a quarter (23%) of those selling on D2C channels reported a negative
New insights released today by eBay Advertising reveal the remarkable influence of warmer weather over shopping habits, as top temperatures across the UK prompt shoppers to spend big. And with Brits spending more time than ever at home this summer,
Research released today from Ensono, a leading hybrid IT service provider, shows that the coronavirus lockdown has caused most Brits to try different grocers, and that many consumers will continue to use these after lockdown. The survey of 2000 UK
The latest grocery market share figures from Kantar show take-home sales from British supermarkets increased by 13.7% year on year in the 12 weeks to 14 June 2020, covering the full lockdown period. Shorter term, the latest four-week ending numbers
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that the first week of non-essential retail reopening in England delivered the most fundamental change in footfall in UK retail destinations since the start of the lock down, with a significant rise from