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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.
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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?
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