Consumer Shopping Trends
Smart packaging is set to become the next hot topic of debate within the home delivery supply chain as consumers are increasingly starting to question the environmental impact of excessive packaging on the parcels they receive, according to Gary Winter, Sales Director Hermes UK.
Singapore is the nation most motivated to go online by entertainment; The Portuguese the most motivated by information and the Chinese by self-expression and transaction, according to new research by global media agency network Mindshare.
Mastek research reveals top online retailers fall short on mobile services.
Paying for goods and services through fingerprint, palm and iris scanners is the most popular future technology choice for security-conscious shoppers, according to new research from WorldPay.
An overwhelming majority of UK consumers believe that the high street must make drastic changes in order to survive in the face of severe online competition.
Study after study has shown that in these uncertain economic times, price sensitive shoppers are increasingly seeking out the best value deals.
Emerging big data to tell retailers what they COULD sell on- and off-line by stocking the right sizes, in the right places, at the right time
Todays shoppers expect a higher than ever level of support and expertise from High Street retailers, a new survey by Vista Retail Support has revealed.
For the third consecutive month, retail footfall levels in the UK saw month-on-month growth, according to figures released today by Ipsos Retail Performance.
Outlook appears more promising, especially when warmer weather finally arrives.
Online shoppers were not put off from making purchase decisions by the freezing weather in March, as online retail sales rose 16% year-on-year.
A new report from ComScore reveals that UK consumers spend more time online than any other European country, with one third of traffic now coming from smartphones or tablets