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Insights relevantes e acionáveis: Moda e estilo de vida

A indústria da moda e estilo de vida enfrenta inúmeros desafios: desde o crescimento do fenómeno de omnicanal, que coloca pressão sobre a fidelização dos clientes, passando pelos modelos de negócio de otimização da distribuição, aliado a estratégias promocionais agressivas, até aos anseios dos consumidores face a experiências de compra relevantes. 

Para dar resposta a este novo paradigma no relacionamento entre as marcas e os consumidores, as empresas da área da moda e estilo de vida necessitam de estar dotadas de uma compreensão clara das atitude e dos comportamentos dos consumidores, bem como de conhecimento sobre o desempenho das suas marcas em cada ponto de experiência e contacto.  

A GfK acompanha as preferências dos consumidores, os seus hábitos de compra, e os drivers que influenciam o comportamento de compra, assim como as experiências em todos os pontos de contacto com a sua marca, seja no segmento de produtos de vestuário, têxteis, artigos desportivos, e acessórios. Os nossos especialistas em investigação de mercado de moda e estilo de vida analisam todas estas dimensões com o objectivo de identificar as áreas que geram um maior incremento na satisfação e fidelização dos seus clientes. Igualmente, identificamos ações claras que contribuem para o crescimento da sua empresa no seu ambiente competitivo.

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    • 09/05/16
    • Press
    • Fashion and Lifestyle
    • Home Appliances
    • Media and Entertainment
    • Retail
    • Technology
    • Consumer Goods
    • Home and Living
    • Market Opportunities and Innovation
    • Trends and Forecasting
    • Global Study
    • Portugal
    • Portuguese

    Novo estudo: “O que é que os Portugueses melhorariam nas suas casas?”

    Quando se fala em melhorias na casa, a decoração e/ou o design interior está no topo da lista.

    • 02/10/16
    • Press
    • Fashion and Lifestyle
    • Retail
    • Consumer Goods
    • FMCG
    • Brand and Customer Experience
    • Market Opportunities and Innovation
    • Trends and Forecasting
    • Portugal
    • Portuguese

    Portugueses gastam mais de 4 horas semanais em cuidados pessoais

    Estudo global da GfK revela os principais motivos para cuidar da aparência

    • 04/13/17
    • Fashion and Lifestyle
    • Connected Consumer
    • Global
    • English

    Sustainability and ethics: How to keep up with the fashion industry

    “Fashion is not necessarily about labels. It’s not about brands. It’s about something else that comes from within you…” – Ralph Lauren Nowadays, style is not only about the logo you are wearing but the values that it represents. With this in mind, fashion brands need to know their consumers more than ever before in order to connect emotionally with them. Here are the three values fashion companies must embrace to build brand perception and stay relevant in a demanding market.

    1. Sustainable fashion

    It is becoming easier to see why high end and luxury fashion brands can no longer ignore sustainability. In fact, our research (1) shows that ‘protecting the environment’ is significantly higher up on consumers’ priority list than ‘looking good’. As fashion consumers grow more conscious, they also tend to trust brands less, and being credible becomes an issue for all labels, everywhere. Our data also indicates how informed and serious about environmental and social issues consumers have become over the past decade. This is no longer ‘fringe’ behavior but a market-wide opportunity.

    2. Ethical initiatives

    Indeed, we have witnessed many brands evolving and communicating their efforts in making their production more eco-friendly and respectful of fair-trade. It is an important evolution in the history of fashion, which until recently was characterized by a “fast fashion era”, resulting in too many articles of clothing produced that become obsolete within weeks. It is the younger generations who are mainly to thank for this move, thus, we are observing a new age in which fashion consumers will tend to focus their spending on quality over quantity, piling less in their wardrobe. As a reaction to this, fashion companies are compelled to become more transparent when it comes to how their clothes are made. We can see how the leading fashion industry environmental group, MADE-BY, has helped make it happen. The organisation, along with major UK companies like Ted Baker, worked together on individual sustainability programmes, helping them to reduce the amount of hazardous chemicals in their production, and increase the integration of  organic materials.

    3. Recycled is the new “en-vogue”

    Now that the bloggers, critics and other public faces of fashion have taken to promoting what’s good for the planet, for consumers, and for the companies’ employees, the high-end and luxury fashion companies made sure to follow the trend:
    • Hermes created “Le petit h”, which consists of creative pieces and accessories only made from the left-over materials from other bags, scarves, etc.
    • Adidas has launched a collection being marketed as designed to “help to clean up the Earth’s oceans” by using the waste floating around the world to make their footwear. Whilst 7,000 pairs of the UltraBOOST Uncaged Parley were planned, the three-stripes brand says it wants to produce more.
    Examples of these initiatives are numerous, and many start-ups followed their lead, creating a range of niche products, from salmon-skinned wallets to shirts of polyester from recycled drink bottles.

    Conclusion

    The world of fashion is powerful, and a close eye is being kept on its actions. It’s essential for brands to understand not only the role of sustainability within the decision making process of consumers, but also to explore their attitudes and behaviors. The question is, how do today’s connected consumers build brand perception and how can brands stay relevant in this demanding market? (1) Research taken from GfK Consumer Life (Roper Reports©), global annual survey of consumer of attitudes, beliefs and behaviors. Tiphaine Nilias is a Research Manager at GfK. To share your thoughts, please email tiphaine.nilias@gfk.com or leave a comment below.
    • 03/06/17
    • Fashion and Lifestyle
    • Optics and Acoustics
    • Point of Sales Tracking
    • Trends and Forecasting
    • Global
    • English

    European optics market records over €17 billion in 2016

    GfK’s sales tracking of four key European retail optics markets (Italy, France, Spain and Germany), shows a turnover of €17.6 billion for total year 2016. This is a sales value growth of 0.9 percent compared to the previous year. GfK released the findings at the international MIDO 2017 trade fair in Milan.
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  • Experiência de marca e cliente

    Experiência de marca e cliente

    As marcas estão sob pressão para desenvolver ligações emocionais e estabelecer relações duradoras com consumidores, mas também com os gestores de decisão das empresas.

  • Digital Market Intelligence (DMI)

    Digital Market Intelligence (DMI)

    Quando os consumidores compram, pesquisam, comunicam, reúnem informações e interagem com as empresas e marcas no “universo” online, eles comportam-se de diferentes formas, dependendo de quais os dispositivos ou écrans que estão a utilizar.

  • Market Opportunities and Innovation (MOI)

    Market Opportunities and Innovation (MOI)

    As marcas estão sob constante pressão para manterem a relevância num mercado cada vez mais saturado.

  • POS Tracking

    POS Tracking

    Tanto os retalhistas como os fabricantes estão em constante pressão para desenvolverem produtos e serviços que maximizem as vendas e os lucros, e ao mesmo tempo para fidelizar os seus clientes.

  • Estratégia de Shopper e Retalho

    Estratégia de Shopper e Retalho

    A era digital continua a abrir novos caminhos face à compra, alterando como e onde as pessoas compram. Diariamente e de forma crescente, existe mais informação disponível e de rápido acesso a todos, à medida que os shoppers vêm adotando experiências de marca em múltiplos canais.

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