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This article, based on a comprehensive survey by Twitter, delves into the mCommerce habits of Twitter users in various international markets.

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Details research from MMR on what drives perceptions of premium across FMCG and, using its findings, provides tips for brands to better their communications.

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Outlines retail trends shaping Asia, including mobile shopping, in-store technology, and innovative shopping experiences, with a focus on China and Indonesia.

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This article explores the country brand perceptions of Thailand versus other South East Asian countries, covering consumer perceptions of shopping, travel and government in the countries.

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Explores shopping and retail trends in Thailand for the next two years, including hypermarkets, specialist retail, convenience stores and e-commerce.
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HO CHI MINH CITY: Private label currently accounts for a fraction of retail sales in Vietnam but that is set to change as modern retail spreads across the country.

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LONDON: New figures show that the UK’s retail sector enjoyed a lucrative Christmas this year, as the average household spent a record £1,054 on groceries in the three months leading up to 31 st December.

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BEST OF 2017: As people shift between online and offline for both buying and browsing, it becomes more important than ever for marketers to understand their purchase journey, the ranking of WARC's most-read articles of 2017 suggests.

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NEW YORK: The extent to which Amazon now completely dominates online retailing in the US has been confirmed in CNBC’s latest All-America Economic Survey.

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LONDON: For British consumers, the arrival of Christmas is signalled not so much by a spate of seasonal advertising as by the sight of festive foodstuffs in store.

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NEW YORK: A significant proportion of consumers are open to brands that use intelligent technology to personalise experiences, but establishing digital trust is crucial if consumers are to be won over, a new survey has found.

Case Study

IKEA, the Swedish furniture retail company, blurred the lines between online and offline in order to encourage customers in the UK to sign up to its emails.

Research Paper

Hershey's, an American food company, combined new research thinking and new technology to deliver actionable client insights.

Case Study

Fiat, an automotive brand, re-designed a magazine review of its original Fiat 124 Spider sports car to advertise its new model in the UK.

Case Study

Very, a British online retailer, created OOH shop windows in the UK in order to drive customers to its website during Black Friday Weekend.

Case Study

Facebook, a social networking service, created a beauty advertisers tooklit to help brands identify the effect of mobiles on UK shoppers.

Case Study

High-end department store John Lewis enriched its my John Lewis loyalty scheme in the UK to bring customers closer to the brand.

Case Study

Weetabix, a cereal brand, developed new insights into how people buy breakfast cereal in the UK, through research methods such as eye tracking, surveys and observation.

Case Study

Furniture retailer IKEA sent handwritten postcards to its mail subscribers to boost email opt-ins in the UK.

Research Paper

Facebook, the social networking service, looked into local shopping habits across a number of markets and the need for a mobile-friendly digital presence, by integrating survey data with Facebook's internal data to maximize insights.

Research Paper

EBay, a multinational e-commerce corporation, combined big data and ad hoc research in the UK to reveal a customer landscape, inform retention and growth strategies, and drive product development.

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NEW YORK: The great majority of sales still take place in physical stores, and while Amazon is undoubtedly a threat, retailers need to be more methodical in assessing where the real battleground lies, according to four McKinsey consultants.

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WASHINGTON DC: American consumers plan to spend an average $862 on Christmas gifts this year, or $110 more than they said they planned to spend this time last year, according to a new survey.

Case Study

The launch of KA+, a value car model by Ford, had to be strategically planned to target the challenging and savvy buyers of value cars in the top five European markets.

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Food company Hormel Gatherings promoted increased brand awareness and sales of their party trays in the USA through a campaign based on customer insight research.