With the unfortunate frequency of personal information hacks, are today’s shoppers still concerned about the safety of mobile payments? While the average consumer may be worried about their personal information from mobile payments, Leading Edge Consumers (LECs) seem to have a more positive outlook.
Big banks have developed a love/hate relationship with their own brands. On the one hand, their reputations – though battered by fraud, hacking, and more – may be helping big banks hold off an all-out assault from smaller, more nimble digital players. People who have money, especially those age 30 and above, still want to keep their funds in a place that they know and trust.
The "Now Generation" name is simple and clear; these consumers are here now, out in the marketplace and making change happen. That makes now the appropriate time to make sure we are understanding who they are and targeting them effectively.
As bank earnings and fees continue to soar, a new GfK study shows one-third of Canadian consumers (33%) would be willing to give up human interaction with their banks if it meant paying fewer fees.
Today’s shopper journey can include a host of touchpoints – online, in-store, and in between. But what are the most important touchpoints for shoppers in the new omnichannel world? And how do they differ from category to category?
Consumer insights expert GfK and POS software provider Comp-Ware Systems are joining forces to give Pet Specialty outlets the information they need to compete in today's highly competitive market.
GfK’s latest FutureBuy® report – tracking shopping habits in 35 countries and 18 product categories – shows Canadians lagging in some digital shopping behaviors and attitudes.
Shoppers today are greatly expanding their use of phones and social networks to find the best deals on their favorite products. But is that improving their shopper experience? Take a look at our infographic, based on the latest FutureBuy® data, to find out.
GfK’s annual FutureBuy study keeps you up to speed on today’s shopper experience, tracking essential trends such as omnichannel shopping, mobile purchase, "showrooming," and "webrooming."
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.
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.