A new GfK study shows Canadians are increasingly putting their trust in online ride and accommodation sharing services, despite high levels of skepticism just five years ago.
The aim of this survey was to understand US women’s contraception journey from her first prescribed method to her current one, including reasons for choosing and stopping/switching methods, healthcare provider relationships and bleeding preferences.
In the US, having the “good life” means sustaining good health, achieving financial security, and enjoying leisure time – the same top-three factors cited by consumers worldwide in recent GfK research.
For Canadians, having the “good life” means sustaining good health, achieving financial security, and enjoying leisure time – the same top-three factors cited by consumers worldwide in recent GfK research.
Take a look at GfK's Black Friday period predictions, and be sure to check back later to see how these predictions measure up against shoppers' actual behavior!
Canada’s global brand remains among the top 4 in the world, tying Japan for fourth place with a strong showing in the latest Anholt-GfK Nation Brands IndexSM (NBISM) study.
In the wake of a substantial score decline for the United States, Germany has retaken the #1 ranking in the latest Anholt-GfK Nation Brands Index (SM) (NBI [SM]) study.
GfK FutureBuy® is your invaluable resource to win with shoppers all over the world. Winning shoppers starts with seeing the world through their eyes- profiling their rapidly evolving behaviors and attitudes.
GfK’s latest FutureBuy® report provides dramatic evidence of the growing important of omnichannel shopping, with US shoppers embracing omnichannel strategies for buying essential consumables.
GfK found that half (51%) of Canadians favor a “dark” marketing approach similar to the one used with cigarettes – with no prominent brands or flashy advertising.
In a featured presentation at this week’s ARF West conference, GfK will show that advanced data integration can deliver a more nuanced picture of today’s consumer.
Retail store closings in the US are making almost daily headlines with no projection of slowing down. What is going on here? Has the rise of online shopping finally tipped physical retail down a pathway of inevitable decline to eventual oblivion? The real story is not that simple, considering that nearly 90% of goods purchased in the U.S. are still purchased in a physical store, “oblivion” looks to be a long way off.