New data shows that the UK’s latest generation of digital natives are actually the most likely to go online to investigate their health and beauty product options but then buy them on the high street: 33% of those aged 25 and under admitted as much, more than any other age group.
Research conducted by YouGov for parcel locker provider InPost, reveals that 45 to 54-year olds are the most prolific online shoppers, confounding popular opinion that millennials dominate internet purchasing. And they aren’t that bothered about instant delivery... time for a rethink?
It’s frequented by Justin Bieber, Will Smith and Liverpool Football Club. But is there space on TikTok for retailers? With over a billion downloads and around 800 million monthly active users, the social media app has proven it has the scale to offer an effective marketing channel.
Fashion retailer bonprix is entering the 2020s with a range of sustainability targets, but it still needs to foreground traditional consumer metrics such as price, according to head of corporate responsibility (CR) Stefanie Sumfleth.
H&M Group the week said its work to integrate its online business into its physical stores continues as the retail group focuses on growth markets for cross-channel expansion in 2020. More than 100 shops in mature markets including Europe are expected to close at the same time.
The CBI has warned that January retail sales were “poor for the time of year”, and that weak consumer demand would continue into February. However, a consumer confidence tracker run by Deloitte suggests that consumer confidence is starting to grow