Germans’ 2018 purchasing power will rise to €22,992 per person according to the GfK study released today. This amounts to a nominal per-person increase of 2.8 percent, or €633.
Inhabitants of New Zealand have an average of approximately €100 per person for spending on watches and jewelry. This is one of the results of the study "GfK Purchasing Power for Retail Product Lines 2017," which is now available. But the purchasing power for watches and jewelry differs substantially from region to region.
Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate study for November 2017.
GfK appoints Christian Erlandson as Chief Customer Officer.
When it comes to the factors that make up ‘the good life’, the most popular items for people internationally are good health, financial security and leisure time, followed by a happy marriage, travel for leisure, a home you own, and control over one’s life.
France leaps to second place for first time, since 2009, while UK regains ground to remain third and Japan enters top five for first time since 2011. USA is only country showing overall decline in 2017. Germany shows major gains in Governance, People, and Culture.
MMS and GfK have extended their digital ad ratings in Sweden into a Total Video service, enabling the market to measure return-on-investment of video advertisement cross-platform on linear TV, Smart TV, PC, Smartphone and Tablet devices.
SKO has announced it is renewing its contract for Television Audience Measurement (TAM) with GfK for 2018.
Europeans have an average of €13,937 per person available for spending and saving in 2017. This is one of the many results of GfK's newly released study, "GfK Purchasing Power Europe 2017". The available net income among the researched 42 countries varies enormously: Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Iceland have the highest average purchasing power, while Belarus, Moldova and the Ukraine have the lowest.
GfK’s long-running Consumer Confidence Index slipped by one point to -10 in October.
GfK forecasts a slight decrease in consumer climate for November of 0.1 points in comparison to the previous month to 10.7 points.
GfK has released its Europe Map Edition 2017/2018, which includes thousands of updates to the previous year's edition. The digital maps reveal Europe's current administrative and postcode boundaries. As such, they provide the basis for carrying out accurate geographic analyses in geomarketing software and BI systems.