Nielsen expands its Liquor Benchmark with the addition of Super Liquor to the liquor measurement service. The Liquor Benchmark now includes retail sales from 625 traditional liquor stores from the largest retailers; Henrys, Liquor Centre, Liquor King, Liquorland, Super Liquor, The Bottle-O, The Trusts and Thirsty Liquor.
Through Digital Ad Ratings, Nielsen will now provide independent audience verification metrics for campaigns on Twitter’s mobile app globally, enabling clients to measure how effectively ads on the social platform reached their intended audience.
Nielsen has been named to Google’s Marketing Mix Model Partner program. As a preferred partner, this program enables Nielsen to collect Google advertising impression and spend data directly from Google in a standardized, granular and accurate way.
Nielsen Digital Ad Ratings measures the demographics, unique audience, reach, frequency and gross rating points (GRPs) for an ad campaign’s full digital audience across computers, tablets and smartphones in a way comparable to TV, enabling advertisers, media agencies and publishers to maximise their advertising reach across digital platforms.
Nielsen has entered into an agreement with Tribune Media Company to purchase Gracenote, a premier provider of media and entertainment metadata. With this transaction, Nielsen will acquire the data and technology that underpins the programming guides and personalized user experience for major video, music, audio and sports content.
Global measurement company, Nielsen, with the recent addition of The Bottle-O scan data, has launched The Liquor Benchmark, a measurement of liquor retail sales across seven of New Zealand’s largest traditional liquor retailers.
According to the new Nielsen Mobile Shopping, Banking and Payment Report, 53% of global consumers say they feel anxious when their mobile devices are not close at hand. Mobile has also revolutionized the world of retail and banking.
The Nielsen Sports Paralympics and Para-Sports Report shows how changing attitudes will have major implications for this month’s Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, not just in terms of challenging stereotypes, increasing inclusion and breaking down social barriers, but also the commercialization of the Games themselves.
Around the world, consumers are increasingly opting for specialized diets that address their desire to eat organic, low-fat, low-carb, or eliminate ingredients based on food sensitivities, allergies or personal convictions.
Global consumer confidence held steady in the second quarter of 2016 at 98, an index score that was flat from the first quarter. North America was the only region to sustain growth momentum in the second quarter with a three-point confidence increase to 111.
Part of the fun of shopping is the thrill of the chase and 59% of global respondents say they enjoy taking the time to find bargains. This is a particularly strong motivator in North America (68%) and Latin America (64%).
Consumer confidence in the Pacific has dropped significantly in quarter two from the previous quarter, with Australia seeing a sizeable six point drop to 89 and New Zealand down three points to 99. While both markets experienced similar drops this quarter, the report shows that New Zealanders are more confident than Australians in all areas of consumer confidence.
New Zealand consumer confidence edged up three index points in the third quarter to a score of 102. The increase of three points from the previous quarter and five points from a year ago (Q3 2013) shows slow and steady progress for the country.
According to a new study by Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy, nearly two-thirds of respondents (64%) believe they will achieve all their financial goals for the future, but of those, just 20 percent trust their current planning will be enough. 44 percent say they will need to closely monitor and adjust investments from time to time in order to best meet their financial expectations. Over a third of respondents (36%) have no confidence they will meet their financial goals with either current or by modifying their asset allocations.
New Zealand Consumer Confidence Measures at 97, Up Four Points from Q2 2013. Caution Remains on Personal Finances. New Zealand consumer confidence indexed at 97 in the third quarter of 2013, increasing four points, according to Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy.
New Zealand consumer confidence indexed at 90 in the first quarter of 2013, remaining relatively low, according to Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy. The measure of 90 is one point lower than New Zealand’s index in Q1 2012.
Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy, hosts the inaugural Nielsen Pacific Consumer 360 conference in the Blue Mountains, Australia.
This exclusive client conference takes place from 1-3 May 2013. It brings together industry heavyweights including addresses from Myer’s Bernie Brookes, Mi9 CEO Mark Britt, Z Energy Head of Marketing Jane Anthony and Executive Director of Corporate Affairs and Marketing for Nestle, David Morgan.
It was a tough year for larger supermarket suppliers in 2012 with 59% of groceries purchased on promotion, the highest percentage in the developed world, shows the latest report from Nielsen, a global information and measurement company. The report recaps developments from 2012 and provides insights into the consumer, retail and media trends shaping the New Zealand marketplace.
Digitally connected consumers use wireless and mobile technology to make their lives easier and save time, shows the latest report from Nielsen, a global information and measurement company. The report recaps developments from 2012 and provides insights into the consumer, retail and media trends shaping the New Zealand marketplace.
Latest figures from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights, show more than 2.8 million New Zealanders (aged 2+) visited social media sites in the month of October.
New Zealanders enjoy interacting with peers, other consumers and brands on social media sites where they spent an average of nearly eight hours each on social media during the month, the equivalent of a full working day.
New Zealand consumer confidence increased to 95, rising above the global average, in Q3 2012 which but was down three index points from the same time last year (Q3 2011), according to Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy.
Latest figures from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights, show earthquake information websites are reaching over a third of online Cantabrians.
GeoNet reached over a third of the available online population and the Canterbury Quake Live website reached a fifth. In addition, The Press website reached a third of the online Canterbury population.
New Zealand consumer confidence remained at 91, the current global average, in Q2 2012 which was down six index points from the same time last year (Q2 2011), according to Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy.