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Map of the month: GfK Purchasing Power for cosmetics, Germany 2017
  • 05/24/17
  • Consumer Goods
  • Geomarketing
  • RegioGraph
  • Geodata
  • Picture of the month
  • Global
  • English
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Connected Consumer Index
  • 04/27/16
  • Retail
  • Technology
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Goods
  • Connected Consumer
  • Global
  • English
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64% of those aged 40-49 prefer a vacation “where I relax and take it easy” rather than “an active vacation where I do or see lots of things”, compared to 57% of those aged 60+ and just half (51%) of teenagers (15-19 yr olds).

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Upward trend in the consumer climate continues
  • 05/24/17
  • Press
  • Financial Services
  • Public Services
  • Trends and Forecasting
  • Global
  • English
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  • 01/23/17
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  • Consumer Goods
  • Market Opportunities and Innovation
  • Connected Consumer
  • MarketBuilder
  • Market Builder Voice
  • Global
  • English
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  • 05/23/17
  • Retail
  • Technology
  • Point of Sales Analytics
  • Global
  • English
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  • 01/23/17
  • Health
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Global study: attitudes around materialism

Internationally, three times more people firmly agree in preferring more time to more money, than firmly disagree.

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