Black Friday is without a doubt one of the biggest dates in the retail calendar, and this year will be no exception. As the industry continues to try and react and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020’s Black Friday weekend
The vast majority of UK consumers will avoid shopping in stores this Black Friday, which is exactly 100 days away, instead preferring to take advantage of deals online, according to consumer research from Emarsys.
With the dust beginning to settle on another record-breaking Black Friday, Bloomreach data suggests that consumers were eager to get their Christmas presents early this year. Based on this year’s data, Bloomreach saw UK shoppers seek to wrap up this
Sales volumes for Black Friday week – 25 November to 2 December – up 7.1% on 2018, Barclaycard reports
Rob Cameron, CEO, Barclaycard Payments said: “Retailers will be delighted to see that sales volumes for the full week of Black Friday (Monday 25 November – Monday 2 December) were up 7.1% compared to last year.
Retail intelligence expert Springboard today announced that Black Friday saw a rise in footfall of +3.3% in comparison to 2018. Shopper numbers increased in all three destination types with shopping centres faring the best with an increase in
Barclaycard is today releasing real-time transaction data and commentary on Black Friday spending.
This Black Friday, iForce, an Eddie Stobart company specialising in e-fulfilment, reveals that it will process 6.8 items every second and despatch over 2.4 million units throughout Cyber Week.
With Black Friday officially occurring today (the UK market has stuck with the US date for the retail event, falling the day after Thanksgiving, which is the fourth Thursday in November), retailers will be hopeful of high order volumes on
Black Friday has been a focal point of the UK sales calendar since 2010, when we adopted the US tradition of discounted deals over the last weekend in November. Ever since, popularity has grown year on year and in 2018,
Record shopper involvement in Black Friday, but challenging Christmas expected for many retailers, says Savvy
New research investigating UK household shoppers’ plans for Black Friday and Christmas 2019 has been launched today by leading retail and shopper marketing agency, Savvy. The findings indicate that UK retailers should expect a record Black Friday this year and
Argos’s busiest day for online shopping has almost arrived and to celebrate, its biggest and best Black Friday deals will launch at 21:00 tonight (Thursday 28 November) with great offers across technology, TVs, toys, video games and more.
It’s shaping up to be the biggest Black Friday ever despite political uncertainty, according to TopCashback.
Our research in the run up to this year’s Black Friday saw a huge spike in counterfeiting activity for one particular premium fashion brand on eBay. 15,989 high-risk and possible fake listings were identified during November compared to 8,588 in
New data released today from eBay UK suggests Black Friday is becoming a day for Small Business such as independent local retailers, reversing the trend of big brand consumerism inherited from across the pond:
Retail intelligence expert Springboard has forecast that Black Friday weekend will do little to help struggling retailers in what has been a challenging year of trading. Footfall across bricks and mortar retail destinations is anticipated to decline by -4.5% on
With Black Friday just around the corner (29 November), UK retailers are stocking-up to sell a staggering £1.4bn of appliances and electronics. But with an estimated 1.4 million tonnes of e-waste landfilled in the UK every year, savvy-shoppers are being
Data from global financial technology provider FIS has found that Black Friday sales in the UK are set to grow again this year – but shows that retail returns following the big day could cost unprepared retailers millions.
According to Amazon, last year’s Cyber Monday was the biggest shopping day event in history. It was part of a record-breaking holiday season that included Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and the weekend, i.e., the “Cyber Five.”
Pricesearcher.com the UK’s largest product shopper site surveyed 1,000 UK adults regarding Black Friday with startling revelations and mismatches between customer and retailer expectations.
According to a UK consumer survey by nCipher Security, 23% of people in the UK don’t know how to tell if a website is secure and 53% will only feel “somewhat safe” if they see a formal seal of encryption
Amazon, not Google, will be the king of search engines on Black Friday, says shopper marketing specialist smp
Chris Cooper, planning director at shopper marketing specialist smp, answers a quick Q&A on Amazon and Black Friday
Ben Stirling, managing director, of Webloyalty, the provider of market-leading reward platforms, sounds the death knell for Black Friday: “Consumers should enjoy the Black Friday deals while they can because as it stands, the model is not sustainable for British
Don’t let Black Friday turn into blackout Friday – five top tips for e-commerce success from Varnish Software
Black Friday – the mere utterance of these words can either make excited shoppers froth at the mouth or send shivers up the virtual spines of online brands who aren’t prepared for one of the busiest shopping days of the
UK shoppers are set to squeeze more of their Christmas spend into the Black Friday period due to expectations of heavy discounts, but this will lead to an increased strain on retailer profitability. Spend on promotional sales will rise 2.2%
UK consumers intend to spend an average of £567 each over the festive period, according to Deloitte’s 2019 European Christmas Survey. Total anticipated spend over Christmas is up 1.3% (from £560) compared to last year, despite this, UK shoppers remain