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TrendSights Analysis: Informed Shopping-Meeting the needs of informed and critical consumers

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TrendSights Analysis: Informed Shopping-Meeting the needs of informed and critical consumers

Summary

"TrendSights Analysis: Informed Shopping-Meeting the needs of informed and critical consumers" examines the ways that information and informed shopping influences shopping habits and product choice. It look at what informed shopping means as a consumer trend, why it is important, who the relevant consumers are, how FMCG brands can best capitalize on the trend, and the future outlook of the trend.

The availability of information through novel technologies has raised consumer awareness about the social impact of shopping decisions. In a circular process, consumer awareness drives the creation of new platforms and increasingly granular sources of information. Consumers now have instant access to comparisons of price, product quality, and brand ethics. This changes how consumers shop and how they perceive brands and products.

Scope

Information coming from online reviews, social media, and other online sources combined with the accessibility of information on mobile devices is reshaping consumer shopping habits.

79% of consumers check prices online before making a purchase.

56% of consumers use price comparison websites to compare different prices at supermarkets.

55% of consumers are more likely to trust blogger/user reviews over brand claims.

45% of consumers are willing to boycott a brand whose values do not reflect their own.

Reasons to buy

Understand which audiences are most affected by the Informed Shopping trend.

Compare the presence of this trend in each industry across the FMCG space, and learn what the key opportunities are.

See the steps that major brands are taking to meet the needs of informed shoppers.

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Scope

Table of Contents

Trend Snapshot

What is Informed Shopping?

Why is Informed Shopping important?

Who is driving Informed Shopping?

How can Informed Shopping be capitalized on?

What is next in Informed Shopping?

Appendix


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Products and Companies


Companies

Kashi, Seeds of Change, Gippsland Dairy, You've Dalandan it Again, Temple Turmeric, Ice Break, Garnier, Eucerin, Bulldog Skincare, Glenfiddich, 123 Tequila, The Respect Co., Aekyung Trio, Farmers Market

TrendSights Analysis: Informed Shopping-Meeting the needs of informed and critical consumers

Summary

"TrendSights Analysis: Informed Shopping-Meeting the needs of informed and critical consumers" examines the ways that information and informed shopping influences shopping habits and product choice. It look at what informed shopping means as a consumer trend, why it is important, who the relevant consumers are, how FMCG brands can best capitalize on the trend, and the future outlook of the trend.

The availability of information through novel technologies has raised consumer awareness about the social impact of shopping decisions. In a circular process, consumer awareness drives the creation of new platforms and increasingly granular sources of information. Consumers now have instant access to comparisons of price, product quality, and brand ethics. This changes how consumers shop and how they perceive brands and products.

Scope

Information coming from online reviews, social media, and other online sources combined with the accessibility of information on mobile devices is reshaping consumer shopping habits.

79% of consumers check prices online before making a purchase.

56% of consumers use price comparison websites to compare different prices at supermarkets.

55% of consumers are more likely to trust blogger/user reviews over brand claims.

45% of consumers are willing to boycott a brand whose values do not reflect their own.

Reasons to buy

Understand which audiences are most affected by the Informed Shopping trend.

Compare the presence of this trend in each industry across the FMCG space, and learn what the key opportunities are.

See the steps that major brands are taking to meet the needs of informed shoppers.

READ MORE

Scope

Table of Contents

Trend Snapshot

What is Informed Shopping?

Why is Informed Shopping important?

Who is driving Informed Shopping?

How can Informed Shopping be capitalized on?

What is next in Informed Shopping?

Appendix


List Of Figure


List Of Table

Single User License:
Report can be used by individual purchaser only

Site License:
Report can be shared by unlimited users within one corporate location, e.g. a regional office

Corporate User License: 
Report can be shared globally by unlimited users within the purchasing corporation e.g. all employees of a single company

To know more information on Purchase by Section, please send a mail to support@kenresearch.com

Companies

Kashi, Seeds of Change, Gippsland Dairy, You've Dalandan it Again, Temple Turmeric, Ice Break, Garnier, Eucerin, Bulldog Skincare, Glenfiddich, 123 Tequila, The Respect Co., Aekyung Trio, Farmers Market

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