|Chocolate, crisps and internet brands dominate the top 10 / Food, drink and retailers account for over half of top 100
London, 6 June 2013 – Chocolate, crisps and the internet dominate the most liked brands amongst 16-34 year olds according to a new report “Generation Y and Brand Loyalty” from w00t! Media. The report, which looks at the changing relationships Britons have with brands as they age from 16 to 34, reveals Cadbury is the most liked brand amongst UK 16-34 year olds (82%), followed by Amazon (78%), Pringles, Walkers and Heinz (all 74%).
This is the first time that the brewer has used such a format for London Pride, the UK’s premium ale, and Fuller’s undertook investment at their brewery to accommodate the new style.
Bill Simmons, Fuller’s National Account Controller for Off-Trade said: “We worked closely with Tesco after demand from their customers about a new pack size. (more…)
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Adam Stewart, Marketing Director at Rakuten’s Play.com : “As we launch into the Golden Quarter, retailers are preparing for their busiest months of the year. However, the difficulties the high street has faced this summer, including the disruption the Olympics brought to the high street, and the millions of pounds retailers will spend on commercial rent this weekend on property will inevitably encourage them to think about the ways that they can reduce overheads.
The high street will always be integral to retail but this quarterly rent payment makes it clear that shop owners’ budgets are being squeezed by huge costs.