E-commerce was certainly not born out of the pandemic, but the pandemic has elevated consumer adoption and reliance in ways that would have otherwise taken years. Consequently, brands and retailers need to innovate to meet elevated expectations.
When considering new launches, the role that advertising plays is consistent: Advertising drives awareness; awareness drives trial; and trial drives volume. It makes sense therefore, that when compared to existing products, new products are more reliant on advertising support to grow.
During this latest Australia-focused webinar session hosted by Bernie Hughes, Managing Director, Nielsen Pacific, Scott McKenzie, Nielsen’s Global Intelligence Leader, and key Nielsen leaders revealed what’s next for Australian grocery shoppers and the implications for businesses.
The power of “Wow!” moments cannot be underestimated; just like a good song, customers will keep wanting to play it on repeat. Discover the five key ingredients to a good song, and creating wow moments.
Even during a crisis like the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, businesses need to consider strategic plans and continue to invest in their brands. Continuing to invest in advertising will help set your company up for success when life eventually settles into a new normal.
The Nielsen Intelligence team has been following COVID-19 developments since January and identified significant changes in consumer behavior that will impact how consumers are served all over the world.
Brick-and-mortar retail may be readying for a resurgence. And somewhat ironically, a handful of digital brands are leading the charge.
The best sports properties in the world will succeed in the long run by understanding the wants and needs of Generation Z and transforming themselves so they can attract and engage fans for years to come.
Despite the headlines and hashtags, women around the world are fatigued and believe meaningful change is coming too slowly. So how can brands ensure they’re making authentic connections with women?
On average, 88% of women in Asia-Pacific say they have shared or primary responsibility for daily shopping, household chores and food prep. As a result, they’re also the primary purchaser for everyday household items. But taking on this additional job means that women have additional demands each...