Online marketplaces like Amazon, Grofers, BigBasket and Snapdeal are witnessing a sudden surge in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic. “In the last couple of days, we have seen what we may call panic buying across a number of cities and categories. Cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune and Ahmedabad have seen a higher surge with nearly
Pinterest pinners are increasingly becoming ‘Conscious Consumers’ as it finds environment top of the agenda
Pinterest Mobile AdobeStock_286819517_Editorial_Use_Only.jpeg More evidence that shoppers are changing how they shop, what they buy and who they buy it from comes from Pinterest this week, which has assessed what its shoppers are doing – and finds that conscious consumption is growing rapidly. Conscious consumption was a key trend highlighted in this year’s Pinterest
The rising numbers of coronavirus cases outside of China could trigger a psychological change in consumer behavior that ultimately damages the U.S. economy, an economist told CNBC. Speaking to CNBC’s “Squawk Box Europe” Thursday, Michelle Girard, chief U.S. economist at NatWest Markets, said investors were currently focused on how the outbreak was disrupting supply chains.
Express Avenue Mall, launched in 2010, has been a pioneer in introducing a whole new dimension of style and glamour to the lifestyle of people living in Chennai. Nine years on, the mall boasts of a gamut of leading international and national brands of repute in its premises, with the promise of opening many more
Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Retailers recognize the importance of mobile, but haven’t necessarily moved to keep up with it. According to a new study from messaging software provider Quiq, 65% of surveyed retailers said mobile technology has increased their sales revenue. Respondents said that on average, 42% of sales
Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Providing a brand purpose takes effort, but pays dividends. According to a new study of 19,000 consumers age 18-73 in 28 countries from IBM and the National Retail Federation (NRF), one-third of all respondents will stop buying their preferred products if they lose trust in