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    APR 25, 2022

    In keeping with a trend Amex highlighted over the past few quarters, millennial and Gen Z cardholders are becoming a more important demographic. Spending growth among these users clocked in at 56% annually—considerably above the total. Small businesses.

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    JUN 4, 2020

    Some of the changes, particularly those that accelerated longer-term trends, will persist. Food and grocery delivery will likely remain elevated as the distribution networks become more optimized by necessity, and mobile commerce will capture a higher percentage of total retail. Health tracking via phones may become more widespread, while esports and gaming may hook new customers.

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    SEP 14, 2021

    Amazon operates close to 600 physical stores in the US, the majority of which are locations of grocer Whole Foods Market, which Amazon acquired in 2017.

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    JUN 24, 2022

    UK retailers reported a decline in sales volume in June, a trend they expect will persist into July, per a survey by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI). That’s left many with excess inventory that will either need to be discounted or discarded. Fashion retailers Asos and Boohoo reported higher returns rates as consumers adjusted their spending patterns.

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    APR 27, 2021

    In line with overall ecommerce trends, Amazon’s US sales growth was higher than expected in 2020 across every category. The largest upward revisions were to food/beverage, which grew 78.5% in 2020, compared with our pre-pandemic estimate of 22.7%. “Other”—driven by increased demand for home improvement products—grew 58.0%, compared with our pre-pandemic estimate of 18.7%.

  • Article
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    MAR 26, 2021

    Inspiration: Trends pop up quickly in short-video venues. Whether it’s a viral dance move, a meme, or food-preparation techniques like tortilla hacks and whipped coffee (also known as Dalgona coffee), it’s important for marketers to keep an eye on what’s bubbling up among users—and be prepared to act fast. Sometimes the trend is applicable to many brands, like with Dalgona coffee.

  • Article
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    APR 27, 2021

    In line with overall ecommerce trends, Amazon’s US sales growth was higher than expected in 2020 across every category. The largest upward revisions were to food/beverage, which grew 78.5% in 2020, compared with our pre-pandemic estimate of 22.7%. “Other”—driven by increased demand for home improvement products—grew 58.0%, compared with our pre-pandemic estimate of 18.7%.

  • Report
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    FEB 18, 2022

    Food services and drinking place sales (i.e., restaurant sales, restaurant delivery ordered online); travel sales; event ticket sales; payments, such as bill pay, taxes or money transfers; gambling and other vice good sales.

  • Article
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    APR 20, 2022

    The news: A number of well-known brands are launching initiatives in honor of Earth Day and reflecting the trend that consumers seemingly care more about sustainability than ever before. Brands take action: Brands and retailers are using a variety of tactics, from advertising campaigns highlighting recycling initiatives to new resale programs, to showcase their commitments to sustainability.

  • Report
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    JUN 17, 2020

    Conversely, products and services such as medicine and health (64%), food (54%) and life/health insurance (51%) grew in importance. Similar trends were also reflected in internet users’ online purchases according to an April 2020 Asociación Mexicana de Venta Online (AMVO) study conducted by Netquest.

  • Article
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    APR 15, 2022

    This trend may not be an immediate cause for concern among issuers—it may simply reflect a return to pre-pandemic norms. But that doesn’t mean issuers should ignore it as consumer spending ramps up in the coming months.

  • Article
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    APR 13, 2020

    Since early March, the coronavirus crisis has posed an unprecedented threat to the retail industry across Western Europe. In most countries, only retailers that sell food, drugs and other essential items can do so in physical stores.

  • Report
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    JUN 24, 2022

    Our exclusive analysis of 12 companies unpacks key trends in Latin America retail ecommerce, providing retail professionals with a better understanding of the current landscape and insight into what these trends mean for the industry at large in 2022.

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    MAY 18, 2022

    The trend: Amid a labor shortage that shows no sign of receding, retailers are adopting a number of tactics, from boosting wages to adopting automation, to attract talent and maintain productivity. At the same time, companies with a more tech-focused approach to retail, like Amazon, Reef Technology, Thrasio, and Uber, are either slowing their hiring or cutting workers in an effort to save money.

  • Report
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    MAR 9, 2022

    Estimates are based on the analysis of data from other research firms and government agencies, historical trends, reported and estimated revenues from major online retailers, consumer online buying trends, and macro-level economic conditions.

  • Article
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    JUN 15, 2022

    The Commerce data and broader trend lines suggest that US consumers’ appetite for goods is softening as some feel the pinch of rising prices and interest rates, while others shift their spending to services such as eating out, travel, and entertainment.

  • Article
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    MAY 7, 2020

    Consumers Are Spending Less on Clothes and More on Food, Health Products. Some Consumers Are Pausing Purchases During COVID-19. eMarketer and Business Insider Intelligence have joined forces to become the leading research company focused on digital transformation. For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to Chart of the Day.

  • Article
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    APR 11, 2022

    The trend: There are ample reasons for retailers to feel confident given that the unemployment rate is near record low levels, workers’ wages are rising, and corporate profit margins are approaching record highs.

  • Report
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    MAR 8, 2022

    Stories are the cheapest, easiest, and quickest content for Instagram creators to make: US food micro-influencers, for example, charged an average of $179 for an Instagram Story in 2021, versus $555 for an Instagram video and $354 for a static Instagram post, per Klear. Rates will inevitably rise as a creator’s follower count grows, but the same trend is clear across all creator tiers.

  • Report
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    DEC 3, 2021

    As the lines continue to blur between digital and physical channels, retailers will need to master both to entice consumers to continue to return to their brand. Here are five trends they should keep an eye on.

  • Article
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    JUN 16, 2022

    Retailers need to be aware of changing consumer needs and evolve product offerings to fit wider market trends. To attract new customers and retain loyalty, brands need to make their products’ value propositions evident. Brands with social values won’t fall out of style, but in the current climate, they need to stress their unique value propositions.

  • Article
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    MAY 6, 2020

    For more insights and key statistics on the biggest trends in today's most disruptive industries, subscribe to Chart of the Day.

  • Report
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    FEB 2, 2022

    Food services and drinking place sales (i.e., restaurant sales, restaurant delivery ordered online); travel sales; event ticket sales; payments, such as bill pay, taxes, or money transfers; gambling and other vice good sales. Our complete estimates for global retail ecommerce can be found in this report’s accompanying spreadsheet.

  • Article
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    AUG 3, 2020

    After launching in roughly 450 US Whole Foods locations—and partnering with New York City-based Italian restaurant Pomodoro Rosso last year—plant-based meat company Meatless Farm launched its own direct-to-consumer (D2C) site amid the pandemic, as consumer shopping behaviors continue to lean to ecommerce.

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    MAY 11, 2022

    The trend: Amid high freight costs, labor challenges, and material shortages, companies including Kraft Heinz, Amazon, and UPS are introducing automation, digitization, and other innovative technologies to their supply chain operations as they seek to avoid logistical crunches. What they’re doing:.

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