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Consumers prefer the technology of chain retailers

Technology successes and failures are seriously impacting whether consumers return to a store or restaurant. As a result, consumers are increasingly choosing big chain retailers with the most current tech platforms for their shopping needs.  In the study by Boomtown, 57% of respondents who frequent large chain establishments over smaller retailers name technology as a …

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Retailers need to instill confidence among APAC consumers to remain relevant in post COVID-19 world, says GlobalData

As China and other markets across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a visible difference in how consumer spending has changed over the course of the first half (H1) of 2020 due to the economical and psychological impacts of the virus. Against the backdrop, retailers need to instill …

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Numero Uno adopts technology to go contactless, engage consumers

When retailers were empowering themselves with technologies such as 3-D body scanning, virtual trial rooms, endless aisles and self-checkouts, etc., the last thing on their mind at that time was that these technologies will allow them to go contactless in the days to come. But being ‘contactless’ is becoming the new normal, a part of …

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More consumers ventured online to buy breakfast during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has upended many consumers’ typical breakfast routines, causing many fast-food chains to lose out on early morning sales as their usual customers choose to eat cereal at home instead. But some consumers are forming new routines and ordering their breakfasts online, through the likes of DoorDash and Uber Eats. Between the weeks …

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Darden CEO says consumers haven’t changed as coronavirus cases spike

A customer carries a to-go bag outside a Darden Restaurants Inc. Olive Garden restaurant in Clarksville, Indiana, U.S., on Thursday, March 5, 2020. Luke Sharrett | Bloomberg | Getty Images Darden Restaurants CEO Gene Lee said that the company has not seen any changes to consumer behavior even as Covid-19 cases begin to spike in some …

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Consumers prefer the technology of chain retailers

Technology successes and failures are seriously impacting whether consumers return to a store or restaurant. As a result, consumers are increasingly choosing big chain retailers with the most current tech platforms for their shopping needs.  In the study by Boomtown, 57% of respondents who frequent large chain establishments over smaller retailers name technology as a …

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This bag retailer is making masks for workers, consumers

Caraa is producing face masks, for health-care workers and consumers, out of excess scraps from its handbag production. Source: Caraa Handbag maker Caraa is one of dozens of retailers, including Nike, Ralph Lauren and Canada Goose, that have retooled machinery, seemingly overnight, to make personal protective equipment like masks and gowns for health-care workers to …

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Consumers aren’t adopting mobile wallets, even during the pandemic

Dive Brief: According to a PYMNTS.com report, Apple Pay usage peaked in late 2017 and has declined to about 5.1% of eligible transactions. Only 3.3% of transactions were made using Walmart Pay in the period from early- to mid-March studied, a decline from 4.5% in 2019. Despite such low adoption rates, 92.8% of all iPhones …

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EsselWorld suggests self care and self entertaining options for consumers

India’s first amusement park, EsselWorld has entertained more than 40 million visitors for the past three decades. However, since the COVID-19 outbreak happened in India, EsselWorld has shut its operations until April 15, 2020 keeping in mind the health and safety of its staff and guests. Since then, the entertainment destination has been giving their …

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E-commerce orders soar as consumers flock online to shop

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 …

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