Australian foodie culture starting to show in cooking habits and attitudes.
Half of Australian shoppers only buy products appealing to their beliefs, values or ideals.
GfK recently asked consumers around the world what activities they regularly engage in to maintain their physical health – and getting enough sleep topped eating healthy food, exercising or taking vitamins.
According to GfK Australia’s new Consumer Travel Tracker, on average, Australians planning for international leisure travel begin about five months prior to take-off, for an eight night trip, on a budget of five thousand dollars.
The Australian Technical Consumer
Goods (TCG) market experienced a modest decline in quarter 4, at -1.5% compared to quarter 4, 2013.
Catherine Eddy will be the new Managing Director of GfK Australia, effective from January 2015.
Sydney, November 14, 2014 – The Australian Technical Consumer Goods (TCG) market recorded revenue growth of 2.4% for quarter 3, 2014, making this the first quarter to show value growth in over 3 years.
Although the smartphone market has matured and stabilised in Australia, the way in which we interact with our devices continues to evolve, as the products available to us change and develop.
Sydney, August 21st, 2014 – The Australian Technical Consumer Goods (TCG) market recorded a revenue decline of -3.2% for quarter 2, 2014.
Radio listeners are passionate, loyal and eager to share what they’ve heard on their favourite station, according to the second AudienScope behavioural insights research released today by Australia’s radio audience measurement provider, GfK.
POPAI and GfK are calling on shopper marketing and category management professionals from all retail channels to participate in the first Australian and NZ Shopper Marketing & Industry Survey in 3 years, online now.
By the end of 2013, the vacuum cleaners market was at its highest value since 2005.