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The in-housing gap : Productivity and creativity expectations fall short

The in-housing gap : Productivity and creativity expectations fall short

by on August 10, 2019

A new research report exploring how brands are in-housing key marketing functions finds increased productivity (47%) and enhanced creativity (38%) are the top expected benefits, but these are not being achieved.

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Retail News : Introducing the world’s first “Chat Checkout”

by on July 24, 2019

In the Netherlands (and in many other countries) loneliness amongst elderly people is very common.

According to research, about 50% of people 55 years and older, experience loneliness.

This inspired the Dutch local Jumbo Supermarket in Vlijmen to launch two great initiatives, namely an "All Together Coffee Corner" and a "Chat Checkout".

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New research : Which city in the UK is best to start a new business?

New research : Which city in the UK is best to start a new business?

by on January 8, 2019

Leicester has topped the rankings for best city in the UK to start a new business if you’re a millennial, according to new research from online business print providers, instantprint.

The new ranking analysed the cost of living in the 20 biggest UK cities, along with average age, number of start-ups per 1,000 people, office prices, train reliability, recycling rates, superfast broadband availability, and the average price of a cup of coffee to produce the top ten.

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Britons are planning a £24.4 billion Christmas gift shopping spree …

by on October 28, 2015

New Research from RadiumOne

According to new research from marketing technology experts RadiumOne, 98% of people over 16 years of age will give Christmas presents this year, spending on average £489.04.

The most generous gift givers are 25-34 year olds (averaging £665) and those living in London (£767), while, regionally, people in Yorkshire & the Humber will spend the least (£378). People earning at least £80,000 a year will spend £1,608 on presents compared to £329 by those earning under £20,000. Top Graphic by Shutterstock [more…]