Retailers and manufacturers are being urged to collaborate after Nielsen research found that only 1 per cent of shoppers feel they are getting better value as a result of ongoing price wars.
Consumers are spending more time in front of the screen whether it is on the TV, smartphone, PCs/laptops or tablet, according to the latest Australian Multi-Screen Report.
It's time for retailers to think about their marketing spending as Australian homes are more connected than ever, according to the latest Australian Multi-Screen Report.
Consumer confidence remains stable after dropping only one index point in 2013Q1 to 94 points versus the previous quarter.
An annual report show Australians are accessing internet-connected televisions with suggestions it's an opportunity for marketers to broaden their reach.
Private labels, convenience and discounts are on top of Australians' shopping lists according to a research by Nielsen.
A positive attitude about retailing is all around with Australians preparing to spend in 2013, according to the latest Nielsen report.
Mobile transactions are increasing daily as it gets closer to Christmas, according to PayPal Australia.
Mobile penetration continues to experience rapid growth in the retail sector.
Further evidence indicating a promising Christmas has been provided by Nielsen.
Rising costs continue to plague consumers’ purchasing intentions and sentiment, according to the latest figures from Nielsen.
Australia's largest independent survey of new products, Product of the Year, is increasing its consumer sample as part of a number of improvements to continue the strong growth of the awards.
PayPal's Secure Insight: Changing the Way We Pay report indicates that online commerce is expected to reach $37.7 billion 2013.
A new study reveals total beverage retail sales values dropped for the first time in five years.
Three quarters of Australians are "tapping" into other consumers' opinions as seen on social media sites, according to a Nielsen Online report. How this will impact their purchasing decisions depends on how the interaction is managed.
Newly published research findings from the AACS underlines the impact the recession has had on the Australian economy, with 40 per cent of survey respondents saying the economic situation negatively impacted on their business.