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The UK cook: A changing breed

July 24, 2015

Whether you produce or sell food and drink, make the tables consumers eat at, the kitchens they cook in or the appliances and utensils that help them, it’s vital that you know about trends in cooking. We are able to bring together a unique set of data sources to provide an insight into people’s …

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Who would watch Live Aid today?

July 13, 2015

Thirty years ago today (July 13, 1985), the nation was gripped to its television screens to watch Live Aid. It was a dual-venue charity concert in Wembley and Philadelphia, watched by around 170,000 in the two stadia and by a further 2 billion worldwide on live television. That’s nearly 40% of …

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How Generation Z shops for fashion

July 8, 2015

How do today’s 16-21 year olds (aka Generation Z) shop for fashion compared with other consumer age groups? The answer is that their purchase journey differs according to the country they live in – as it does for other age groups. So while fashion retailers have more opportunities than ever to …

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Security is not just an expensive add-on

June 15, 2015

The internet has undeniably revolutionized how businesses operate, engage with their customers and bring their products to market. From sole traders to large multinationals, IT is at the heart of every business function, raising the question of risk (and therefore security) that has found …

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CASS + 18 months: so far, so what?

June 4, 2015

20 months on from the launch of the much-heralded 7-day Current Account Switching Service (CASS) are we, in the UK, as a nation voting with our feet and switching our famously enduring banking relationships in droves? Not so much, it seems. Switching has increased, from 2.8% in September …

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