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.
Holiday shoppers will fall into one of five groups based on their existing financial and physical restrictions. Each will approach the reset of their holiday shopping behavior uniquely, and it will be imperative that companies align their plans with the new circumstances consumers find themselves...
Six months into the pandemic, an early reliance on e-commerce has expanded into a fundamental dependence on still-evolving omnichannel shopping experiences.
With questions and concerns rising during the pandemic, Australians are spending significantly more time online engaging with business news and information content as well as personal finance information, as they carefully monitor the situation, keep informed about the ever-changing circumstances,...
Turning to websites and apps to read up about the next model, reading reviews, seeking advice or looking for a bargain, Nielsen Digital Content Ratings data shows that Australians spent ...
Despite the barrage of negative news surrounding a declining ad spend as a result of COVID-19, there are some areas of spend growth shining through. And some of those areas fall outside the expected realms of FMCG staples and e-commerce.
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.
Two important narratives have been necessarily conflated as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has made its way around the world this year: the devastating impact of the deadly disease on the lives of millions and their loved ones and the almost immediate effect on the global economy.
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.
While the industry pines for the days when the stadiums were packed with fans, the empty venues have made leagues and broadcasters think differently about how they deliver commercial value to partners via new assets and inventory that have been rolled out with the absence of crowds.