New research commissioned by Mirakl, the leading global marketplace solutions provider, has found that while consumers across Western Europe are shopping more than ever, they are increasingly on the lookout for a bargain and not afraid to shop around. Eight-five
Two thirds of British consumers consider themselves to be ethical shoppers - but price is still the most important factor when purchasing a product for 78% of shoppers, a new report from EY today reveals.
Over two-thirds of UK consumers (68%)
A study of 1,530 UK shoppers by TCC Global, a leading global retail marketing company, has revealed that price is only the fourth most important driver of supermarket store selection in the UK.
Just 34% of Brits see ‘low everyday prices’
Tesco has returned to the black, reporting pre-tax profits of £162m for the year to 27 February 2016 and a 0.9% increase in like-for-like sales in the fourth quarter, the first positive sales growth in three years.
Morrisons has reported a 0.2% increase in like-for-like sales (excluding fuel) for the nine weeks to 3 January 2016, encouraging researchers and paving the way for the further differentiation from its main rivals to win back shoppers.
Ryan Jepson, strategy & insight analyst, Profitero, assesses the impact of Amazon Pantry on online grocers in the UK
Retail Times has teamed up with ChannelAdvisor to help retailers unlock online sales with a series of exclusive downloads. This month’s guide – What do online shoppers want? – reveals the six key patterns retailers need to know for sales
Natalie Berg, global research director at Planet Retail, considers the top trends which will influence and shape UK supermarkets in 2015 “Whereas 2014 was largely focused on price, we are expecting 2015 to be the year of differentiation. The Big Four
Price is the number one reason shoppers leave stores empty handed, as bricks and mortar retailers struggle to compete with the frequent price and promotional changes available online, a new report commissioned by Displaydata has revealed. Price sensitivity is at an
Purchasing fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) in Europe is largely driven by factors other than price, according to insights from Kantar Media’s TGI Europa study of shoppers in Britain, Germany, France and Spain. The shopper behaviour segmentation reveals that, even though
UK shoppers are soon to embark on the biggest online shopping spree since records began with more than one fifth (21%) of the nation’s yearly online revenue set to be spent in a matter of weeks. With prices slashed for
Prices being paid for FMCG goods across Europe have risen by their lowest level in almost four years, curtailing sales revenue growth – according to the latest figures released today by global information and insights company Nielsen. In the third
Food and grocery companies should be pushing shopper satisfaction deeper into the heart of the boardroom, according to the IGD. Speaking at the IGD’s 2014 Convention, IGD chief executive Joanne Denney-Finch, said: “We’ve seen remarkable growth for the UK economy this
Online shoppers are still most attracted by the prospect of a bargain when choosing where to buy, according to new research launched today by online marketplace provider, Mirakl. Forty nine per cent of respondents answered this when asked ‘What factors do you look
Sainsbury’s and the Co-operative appeal most to consumers’ interest in community and pleasure, according to a new study that researches shoppers’ values. The Supermarket UK research by media agency, Starcom MediaVest Group (SMG), found community and pleasure are increasingly important