HOME-ENTERTAINMENT trends are clear this year: televisions are getting bigger and cheaper, movie buffs are opting for all-in-one soundbars over complicated home-theatre-systems, and wireless music delivery is the way to go.
In one of the latest Research News features, Catherine Eddy explains how turning user experience research tools inwards has helped reduce staff turnover and improve workplace culture.
In the first of the Retail Rules series, Norrelle Goldring from GfK discusses GMROI and sales per square metre.
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Results of GfK TEMAX® Australia for quarter 3, 2015
Booking arrivals show Bali down 24%, while Fiji up 6% on last year*, according to GfK ForwardKeys.
As part of its regular Consumerlife studies, GfK recently asked consumers around the world whether they agree that they would have enough money to live the life they want when they retire.
In anticipation of a number of new technology gadgets being launched this summer, GfK has released international findings on how important the look and style of a technology product is to consumers, in deciding which one to buy.
Retail Trend Monitor 2015. Convenience is now considered the number one influencer on retail development, according to GfK’s latest retail trend monitor of 544 global retail professionals.
A fundamental shift in the tablet market was observed during the first six months of 2015. GfK findings on the global IT market.
The demand in the market for imaging hardware continues to focus on high-quality and innovative products that demonstrate real photo-related added value compared to smartphones.
GfK findings on the global market for small domestic appliances – first six months of 2015.