In October, consumer confidence rebounds after three months of decline. Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director of Fung Global Retail & Technology (FGRT), weighs in on consumer confidence, the spending outlook, and impulsivity.
Prosper Insights & Analytics™ participated with Oracle on an OpenWorld panel, “Changing Consumer Markets from Improbable to Inevitable,” which focused on how technology and big data are enabling a new era of sense and respond for brands and retailers.
Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director, FGRT, weighs in on Prosper’s September predictive analytics including consumer confidence reading, spending forecast, and impulsivity scores.
Prosper Insight & Analytics CEO talked with Bill Pecoriello, Consumer Edge Research CEO, about the impact consumer-based data is having on predictive analytics.
The latest from Prosper on Forbes.com on June 1, 2017… Consumer confidence is down for the second month, but it is tracking 19% higher than last year. What does it mean for spending? Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director of Fung Global Retail &
5.18.17 — This week’s #TBT is titled, “CMO Or SCHMO? Clinging To Old Marketing Models May Be Hurting Rather Than Helping Drive Growth.” I posted this on Forbes.com on 12/19/16. The article is timely in light of several recent developments:
From Forbes.com on March 31, 2017… Consumer confidence continues to fluctuate, but remains well above the 13 month average. What does it mean for spending? Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director of Fung Global Retail & Technology, weighs in on consumer confidence, spending, and autos.
Today’s Throwback Thursday article “Big Data And The Madness Of Crowds” was written for Forbes.com on 6/17/2014. The context deals with the madness of crowds, which was the topic of a book written by Charles Mackay in 1841. Mackay wrote
From Forbes.com on March 31, 2017… Consumer confidence is at a 15-year high and Prosper’s Impulsivity Score and Consumer Mood metric are up as well. Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director of Fung Global Retail & Technology, weighs in on the state of the US
March 30, 2017: Today’s Throwback Thursday article is “David Vs. Goliath: Why Little Data Will Win Over Big Data” from my Forbes.com column on May 29, 2014. The issues discussed concerning big data are now apparent today. In the Internet