It doesn’t take much observation to notice that a radical change is raging through our current retail landscape. A change that is not only affecting retail, but the consumer industry as a whole

”There's no such thing as an online retailer or offline retailer anymore. Everyone should become both.” Pernille Kok-Jensen, Trend Director at Dutch qualitative research agency Mare, shar

London - Sparks will soon be flying at Marks's, as Marks & Spencer reintroduces a new loyalty programme called Sparks. M&S will debut a new loyalty card to woo back customers, by rewarding th

UK consumers can spend up to four hours, or 247 minutes browsing, researching, and purchasing during a single shopping trip. According to the newest report from Hammerson, retail property specialist,

AgilOne, a predictive creative cloud, has completed a survey of marketing personalisation preferences for shoppers in different territories. The company surveyed more than 3,000 adult consumers in th

Europe is shopping again, again to the European Commission's latest index. Consumer confidence is at its highest in almost three years and 2014 seems to be a buoyant year for recovery for many retail

New data just revealed how consumers are increasing their spending in eating out, seeing movies, and shopping at local malls. However, the general economy isn't seeing huge improvements in the United

Recent research has shown a shift in consumer spending over the past 12 months.R3, the trade body for insolvency professionals, noted in a new survey that over half of shoppers (51%) are now buying l

A new kind of consumer has been born and the UK high street needs to be ready for the transition with a vigorous plan B. Over the next five years retailers are going to have to completely overhaul th

UK shoppers reduced their overall credit card outlay during September, andHigh Street retailers were amongst those worst hit by the reduced reliance on credit. The aggregate volume of credit card pur

New research by the National Consumer Council suggest that UK children have been primed to become a new generation of shopping addicts by the age of ten. A survey of 1000 youngsters by the NCC found