The Australian Federation of Travel Agents to work with global research agency GfK in establishing industry measurement.
The busy pace of life is a popular complaint for many people. But findings released by GfK show that the majority of people internationally – 58 percent – say they are completely or fairly satisfied with the amount of leisure time that they have.
The Radio Broadcasters Association (RBA) in New Zealand has today announced that GfK will be its new official provider of radio audience measurement (RAM), beginning in 2016.
Nearly half of adult Australians are satisfied with their looks, and they appear to be willing to work for them to some extent.
Solid growth in the Australian TCG market. The Australian Technical Consumer Goods
(TCG) market recorded solid value growth in quarter 1, 2015, of 9.2%; the strongest performance for a number of years.
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.