London & South East
— Will Corry (@slievemore) February 22, 2017
British consumer spending confidence has hit its highest level on record but a huge rise in concern about the economy saw it overtake terrorism and immigration as the nation’s biggest concern.
The latest Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions revealed that across 2016, the economy saw the biggest rise in the amount of Britons citing it as their 1st or 2nd biggest concern. The proportion doing so rose 12 percentage points to 28%. Political stability saw the next biggest rise, jumping eight points to 10% – five times higher than at the end of 2015.
— RealityPR (@realandy) February 21, 2017
Consumer goods giant, PZ Cussons, has collaborated with independent design agency, Hark, to launch the new Bayley’s of Bond Street brand.
The perfumed anti-bacterial hand wash is the first product to be released from the new Bayley’s of Bond Street’s washing and bathing range. Positioning of the products centres on giving customers a taste of the sophistication normally reserved for Bond Street shoppers at an affordable price.
Traditional designers capitalising on millennial money through digital
- 83% of millennials are more likely to visit Gucci than those over 35s
- Louis Vuitton and Supreme partnership drove 23% increase in brand searches[i]
- 45% increase in website traffic to luxury fashion retailers over the past three years
The rise of FinTech is disrupting the traditional finance world in very deep and lasting ways, and the disruption has only just begun. Prophet and Innovate Finance are collaborating to support the FinTech community in achieving success by helping them create relevance among consumers and businesses through exciting new value propositions and designing experiences that are built around the customer.
— Samantha Noble (@SamJaneNoble) January 29, 2017
They will be giving away a sample of the veggie protein power snack, one of the brand's best-selling varieties. January is a key period for people to re-evaluate healthy eating and Graze wanted to remind people that they have a large selection of healthy snacks as an option.
The samples will be distributed in central London close to main line train stations.