This month’s Consumer Snapshot video is a brief look at consumer confidence and practical purchase intentions. For June, we are also evaluating the importance of several online shopping features, including same day delivery.
From Forbes on January 24, 2017: With Macy’s wrapping up the 2016 holiday season with yet another sub-par performance, it seems the beleaguered department store can sum up its shopper sentiment with one statement: to Amazon we shall go! According
From Forbes on August 12, 2016: The recent record-setting acquisition of e-commerce start-up Jet.com has certainly given Wal-Mart Stores its fair share of headlines lately. The deal, which is still subject to regulatory approval, has been heralded as Wal-Mart’s strike back
From Forbes on April 27, 2016: Retailers have become very adept at mining customer transaction files looking for some obscure data point that may help them become more knowledgeable about their customers. However, hidden from these instore shopper analytics are all
New information from ProsperChina highlights areas of opportunities for marketers as Chinese Stock Market faces uncertainty. Worthington, Ohio (PRWEB) July 06, 2015 On the heels of China spending billions to prevent a stock market crash, it’s more important than ever
Highlights, trends, and commentary on the latest insights for the 2014 holiday shopping season with NRF’s Kathy Grannis and Prosper’s Pam Goodfellow:
New Infographic Compares Online Purchasing Behaviors Of Chinese And American Consumers Worthington, OH – 6/24/2014 ProsperChina™ has released the latest Consumer Snapshot Infographic, available in both English and Chinese, to provide global marketers with a better understanding of Chinese Consumers.
Latest consumer discoveries for March 2014. For more: www.ConsumerSnapshot.com
For Brick and Mortar (BAM) retailers, 2014 will prove to be another challenging year. As economists talk of a slow and gradual recovery (latest jobs numbers indicate recovery will be at a snail’s pace), BAMs will be hard pressed to
The relatively recent advent of online shopping, technological mobility, and pricing transparency puts new meaning to the adage that the “customer is king” (or queen) for retailers. If the customer thinks a retailer’s prices are too high, a competitor will