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Research : Brits spend £1.46 billion a month via mobile payments

Research : Brits spend £1.46 billion a month via mobile payments

by on October 31, 2016

New research from VoucherCodes.co.uk has found that Brits are spending, on average, £36.76 of their monthly disposable income via their mobile devices. This equates to a huge £1.46 billion spent using mobile technology in the UK every month*.

The digitally savvy younger generations are leading the charge in mobile payment adoption, with those aged 18 to 24 spending £67.59 of their monthly disposable income via their mobile devices compared to just £16.89 amongst those aged 55 and over. Currently, men are over twice as likely as women to shop using mobile payments in store (12% vs 5%).

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Will BHS prosper as an online only retailer? Exclusive comment from Severine Philardeau

Will BHS prosper as an online only retailer? Exclusive comment from Severine Philardeau

by on September 28, 2016

Earlier this week, BHS announced it will be making a comeback as an online retailer just one month after the brand closed its last remaining high-street store. The department store will relaunch on Thursday, with a focus on home furnishings and lighting to begin with, and expanding to cover clothing, kitchen and dining in the coming weeks.

Here is an exclusive comment from Vice-President Retail and Brand Solutions at RetailMeNot, operator of VoucherCodes.co.uk, Severine Philardeau:

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Research : Who is pushing further into the world of bricks-and-mortar shopping?

Research : Who is pushing further into the world of bricks-and-mortar shopping?

by on September 16, 2016

You may have seen the news earlier this week that Amazon are pushing further into the world of bricks-and-mortar shopping, with plans for 100 pop-up stores in US shopping malls that will focus on showcasing its technology offerings, with emphasis being placed on Amazon’s new product Echo.

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Over half of large UK retailers are still struggling to connect the in-store and online shopping experience

by on August 16, 2016

While more than nine out of ten (92%) large multichannel retailers are now selling online in the UK, almost three-fifths (59%) consider a lack of visibility across channels to be the biggest challenge that they face today, according to a new study released today by RetailMeNot, operator of VoucherCodes.co.uk.

Connecting the in-store and online shopping experience remains a considerable problem for the majority of the UK’s largest multichannel retailers, with nearly two-fifths (38%) admitting that they struggle to offer consistent prices across multiple channels.

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‘Digital Promotions in A Physical World’ reveals importance of multi-channel retailing

by on February 12, 2014

  • New report, Digital Promotions in A Physical World by IMRG for VoucherCodes.co.uk reveals growing importance of multi-channel retailing for the year ahead
  • Report comes on the back of vital role multi-channel played over the festive retail period
  • ABC1s and 35 – 44 year olds are the biggest multi-channel shoppers for retailers in 2014
  • For a copy of Digital Promotions in A Physical World please contact pr@vouchercodes.co.uk

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Kleenex, Kelly Hoppen, VoucherCodes.co.uk, Greenwich Design, HSBC

by on March 28, 2013

Kleenex® has announced a design-focused campaign which sees the brand partner with internationally renowned interior designer, Kelly Hoppen MBE.

Kelly, who is widely regarded as one of the leading British interior designers, is working with Kleenex to consult on, inspire and guide the design process for the autumn range of Limited Edition Collection Cubes by tapping into young creative talent.

Talenthouse, an influential online community for artists and creatives, will publish a brief by Kleenex and Kelly and, over a six week period, designers will submit their concepts for the new range, drawing on current and future home, fashion and interiors trends. [more…]

Research : The future is female: More women are likely to buy online in the future than their male counterparts

by on January 28, 2013

  • Future of Online Retail Report reveals women currently shop online more than men
  • The future is female: More women are likely to buy online in the future than their male counterparts
  • Women more likely to be tempted to shop with retailers who offer loyalty schemes and money off vouchers straight to their smartphones

* The Future of Online Retail Report was conducted between 12th – 15th October 2012 amongst 2001 UK adults online looking at their shopping habits and influences.

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Advertisers spent over £800m in 2012 on Online Performance Marketing activities

by on January 22, 2013

UK’s first ever study on the Online Performance Marketing industry / PwC

UK businesses spent £814 million on affiliate marketing and lead generation activities in 2012 which generated £9 billion in sales, according to the UK’s first ever study on the Online Performance Marketing industry – conducted by PwC on behalf of the Internet Advertising Bureau UK (IAB). [more…]

VoucherCodes.co.uk has launched its first national TV advertising campaign

by on September 25, 2012

VoucherCodes.co.uk, the UK’s most popular voucher website has launched its first national TV advertising campaign focussed on educating consumers to shop smarter. Watch the ad [more…]

All about BusinessZone.co.uk, The Pitch, VoucherCodes.co.uk, Cognisco, The Chartered Institute of Marketing

by on April 26, 2012

Graduates innovate their way into employment with business start-ups

BusinessZone.co.uk, in association with digital services provider Yell, is encouraging these young entrepreneurs to take part in The Pitch, Britain’s biggest business pitching contest.

Entrants pitch their ideas to a panel of expert judges in front of a live audience competing for a £50,000 prize package. Preliminary heats will be held across the UK in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales. 

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