News • Feb 12, 2018 16:24 GMT
UK shoppers turn to smartphones for groceries Shoppercentric’s Stock Take Index, which comes from a survey of over 1,000 Brits, has found a substantial increase in smartphone usage for grocery shopping.
News • Feb 09, 2018 15:08 GMT
Independent shopper insights consultancy Shoppercentric has published its Shopper Stock Take Index for a third year, which reveals that 41% of consumers use store loyalty cards ‘a lot’ and 47% use them ‘occasionally’. Only 1% of survey respondents said they had never heard of loyalty cards.
News • Feb 08, 2018 14:53 GMT
A sizeable majority (57%) of consumers now use discounters at least once a month for their grocery shopping, up 13% on 2017 figures, new research reveals.
News • Feb 08, 2018 14:48 GMT
UK shoppers widening their repertoires, Shoppercentric SmartTVs and wearable devices have yet to make an impact on shopping patterns, according to the annual Shopper Stock Take report from Shoppercentric, involving 1,020 UK consumers.
News • Feb 07, 2018 14:37 GMT
Consumers are becoming more active and widening their shopping repertoires, according to shopper insights consultancy Shoppercentric.
Shopper Stock Take 2018- Trend to little and often shopping 'may have reached ceiling', claims new report
News • Feb 07, 2018 14:33 GMT
Shoppercentric’s latest Shopper Stock Take Index finds proportion shifted to little and often has plateaued at 16%.
News • Sep 28, 2017 10:15 BST
One in three shoppers have stopped buying a brand or from a business because they were uncomfortable with what they stood for, according to a new study out this week.
News • Sep 27, 2017 10:59 BST
New research suggests that today’s consumers are more distrustful than ever before. According to Shoppercentric’s latest report, a whopping 46% of people fall into the ‘cynical’ bracket - displaying a distinct lack of trust in others. This naturally extends to brands, with the majority of shoppers rating corporate retailers and companies poorly when it comes to putting consumer interests first.
News • Sep 25, 2017 15:20 BST
Shoppers are highly likely to boycott brands which run “promotions that aren’t as good as they sound” according to new research into how much UK consumers trust retailers and brands.