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How Britain Shops for DIY | Verdict Consumer Report

US$ 3450

How Britain Shops DIY is part of Verdict’s How Britain Shops series, which surveys 12,000 shoppers online to gauge how the nation shops across 12 different retail sectors. The report provides valuable insights into the UK DIY shopper demographics and shopping habits as well as DIY retailers’ performance in relation to the shopping drivers deemed important by consumers.

02-23 2016   Pages: 36

How Britain Shops for Electricals | Verdict Consumer Report

US$ 3450

How Britain Shops Electricals is part of Verdict’s How Britain Shops series, which surveys 12,000 shoppers online to gauge how the nation shops across 12 different retail sectors. While just half of all shoppers have made an electrical purchase over the last year (52.9%), this will grow over the next few years as the wearables sector becomes more popular, particularly smart watches.

02-23 2016   Pages: 36

Electricals in the UK | Verdict Sector Report

US$ 4495

Incrementally improving economic conditions are having a positive impact on shopper confidence. However, demand for big ticket electrical purchases remains fragile as earnings growth continues to be minimal. The latest games consoles are the stand out opportunity, as tablet demand begins to mature.

02-23 2016   Pages: 119

Retail Banking Market Insights: Norway

US$ 4970

Norway has a developed, well diversified, and stable financial system. The market for financial services is concentrated, with a handful of large banks controlling a significant market share. Product ownership rates are high for mortgages and current and savings accounts. Consumers are generally conservative in their choice of provider, with a bias towards providers they have an existing relationship with.

02-23 2016   Pages: 38

UK Insurance Profile: Tesco

US$ 4026

Tesco is a retailing giant and the UK’s largest supermarket brand. Having spread its wings into the financial services industry since the 1990s, Tesco Bank is now a well-established name for personal lines insurance customers, able to play off brand recognition, cross-selling capabilities, and a strong understanding of its customers thanks to its Tesco Clubcard initiative. However, Tesco is facing challenging times in its core retail business, which is feeding into a number of threats to its insurance business. On the other hand, a strong brand footprint in some of the personal lines insurance markets – and an above-average series of net promoter scores for these – suggests there are future opportunities.

02-23 2016   Pages: 27

Furniture and Floorcoverings Retailing in the UK| Verdict Market Report

US$ 4495

The UK furniture and floorcoverings market is set to enter a period of continued growth over the next five years, though the pace of the recovery will fluctuate. In this report we take a look at how this growth is distributed by channel and sub sector, together with analysis of the implications of these forecasts for retailers.

02-13 2016   Pages: 136

How Britain Shops for Gardening | Verdict Consumer Report

US$ 3450

How Britain Shops Gardening is part of Verdict’s How Britain Shops series, which surveys 12,000 shoppers online to gauge how the nation shops across 12 different retail sectors. The report provides valuable insights into the UK gardening shopper demographics and shopping habits as well as gardening retailers’ performance in relation to the shopping drivers deemed important by consumers.

02-13 2016   Pages: 38

How Britain Shops for Health and Beauty | Verdict Consumer Report

US$ 3450

21.6% of health and beauty shoppers are aged 65+; however, health and beauty penetration among 65+s is the second lowest after the 16-24 age group, at 65.5% compared to 35-44s at 70.4% – the highest of all age groups. Retailers must drive more regular spend from mature shoppers, with 55+s conducting a health and beauty shop once every few months, compared to 25-34s and 35-44s who shop more often.

02-13 2016   Pages: 41

UK Plus Size Womenswear| Verdict Trend Report

US$ 2795

Plus size womenswear spend per head will grow by 28.4% in the five years to 2020. However, there is £740m to be gained if plus size shopper spend was level with the womenswear average. Providing more choice, a better fit and a more comfortable shopping environment for shoppers are all factors that will help to close this gap.

02-13 2016   Pages: 61

How Britain Shops for Furniture and Floorcoverings | Verdict Consumer Report

US$ 3450

How Britain Shops Furniture and Floor coverings is part of Verdict’s How Britain Shops series, which surveys 12,000 shoppers online to gauge how the nation shops across 12 different retail sectors. Data from the survey is broken down demographically and regionally to provide retailers with a clear understanding of what is important to its customers, providing it with a competitive edge.

02-13 2016   Pages: 37
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