The rise in sales of prestige skincare products, especially among men, is creating online and offline opportunities.
The market for bargains is booming, fuelled by the economy, ethical buying and ease of purchase online.
UK car buyers are indicating that they have growing spending power, leading to a boost in the popularity of premium brands. But it is not just confidence in the economy that is driving the market.
Consumers are starting to spend again in the fashion sector but brand loyalty is not top of their agenda. How can retailers make themselves stand out from the crowd and catch the shopper’s eye?
As the UK coffee shop market continues to grow, brands are searching for ways to stand out from the competition and meet consumers’ rising expectations.
Beer brands are enjoying an upsurge in demand globally but in the UK it is a different story, with sales dropping nearly 5 per cent. Why is there such a disparity and are there pockets of potential growth?
Car manufacturers are responding to changing preferences for car buying by setting up virtual showrooms, demo centres and not being pushy in dealerships, finds an exclusive survey.
Only 5 per cent of people switched their current account last year but that could double once new switching rules come into play in September.
The men’s fashion market is enjoying strong growth thanks to online channels and better brand marketing.
The latest fast.MAP research shows that marketers in the finance industry have got their work cut out in regaining the sector’s reputation.
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Brands that behave like humans fair better with consumers, according to new research.
New research divides technology shoppers between the trendspotters, the bargain-hunters and the brand-obsessed.
A new survey by the parenting club Bounty gives an insight into the hopes, dreams, worries and shopping habits of British mums.
An exclusive report by VisualDNA shows that Brits are more downhearted about their future and are three times more likely to be careful spenders compared to the US.
Holiday companies face a brighter future, but the recession has changed people’s travel and booking habits, finds new research.
Dieting in January often follows Christmas excess but new research shows that technology has transformed losing weight into far more than a New Year’s ritual, while newer slimming plans such as the 5:2 diet are on the up.
Pubs and ‘fast casual’ restaurants have seen a growth in trade from families who are being enticed by clever deals and promotions.
People would rather brands treat them more like club members than customers and there are long-term benefits from listening to what they have to say.
Consumers are bent on cutting back on the cost of christmas, forcing retailers and brands to look for new ways to secure a portion of their spend.