Green Marketing - US - April 2011
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The number of consumers whose shopping or investing decisions are influenced by corporate behavior continued to grow in 2010. Despite ongoing financial pressures, consumers remain committed to ethical and green shopping.
However, while the pool of green shoppers has grown slightly in the past year, the competition for those consumers has increased enormously. The number of products being marketed using green claims has skyrocketed in the past five years. Consumers are reacting to the proliferation of green marketing with confusion and skepticism, making it harder for brands with real green benefits to get their message out to their target markets.
At the same time, the new, broader base of consumers interested in making ethical purchasing decisions is less willing to sacrifice convenience for green products, pay a premium for them, or research confusing and conflicting claims on their own.
This report aims to help green marketers cut through the clutter to make clear cases for consumers in an increasingly green-oriented world. The report makes use of custom quantitative and qualitative surveys, alongside expert coverage of the direction of consumer sentiment. Trends are clarified using comparisons with data from Mintel’s 2010 report on the same subject. Insight into the green consumer’s mind and broad trends is provided along the following topics:
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