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Consumer Lifestyle Marketing and Promotion Market Research

Mintel’s consumer lifestyles, marketing and promotion market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the consumer lifestyles, marketing and promotion market size and consumer lifestyles, marketing and promotion market share.


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  1. Marketing to Millennials - UK - July 2019

    “As Millennials continue to grow up, the needs of this broad generation become ever more diverse. Older Millennials are increasingly looking to settle down and start a family, and there are particular opportunities for financial services providers to help them with these goals. Equally, with ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    July 2019
    UK
  2. Charitable Giving - UK - June 2019

    “As digital payment options have become more popular and widely available in recent years, there has been a subsequent decline in cash transactions. Cash has long been the most popular way of donating to charities, but the declining popularity of physical money means that charities must ensure ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    June 2019
    UK
  3. British Lifestyles: A New Understanding of Corporate Ethics - UK - April 2019

    “The consumer understanding of corporate ethics has evolved and become much more sophisticated. Looking forward, this will make it much harder for businesses to buy customers’ trust by simply emphasising their environmental profile, while not making any changes to their fiscal or societal ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    April 2019
    UK
  4. Marketing to Men - UK - January 2019

    “Men’s mental health has become an increasing concern in recent years. While there is often particular emphasis placed on the high number of male suicides, the problem is much broader than this, and many men suffer in silence. For businesses there are undoubtedly reputational benefits to be had ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2019
    UK
  5. Student Lifestyles - UK - December 2018

    “Drinking culture has long played a major role in students’ social lives. However, there are signs that times are changing, with one in five students saying that they do not drink alcohol at all, while an even higher proportion show interest in more alcohol-free social events. This paves the way ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2018
    UK
  6. The Ethical Brand - UK - August 2017

    “The ethical perception of brands is generally improving, even within sectors that have previously struggled with negative connotations, such as financial services. These rising standards mean that there is little room for complacency among brands. Anyone content to merely maintain the status quo ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2017
    UK
  7. Loyalty and Brands - UK - March 2017

    “The expression of personality that can be gained from buying and using brands appears to appeal to 16-34s in particular: these active advocates are more likely to consider brands as favourites and more likely to use them on a regular basis. Meanwhile, older groups tend to show less of an affinity ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2017
    UK
  8. Trust and Brands - UK - January 2017

    “Trust acts as a building block for many other positive brand attributes, including the creation of perceived standout and brand preference. While the most trusted brands tend to be market-leading ones that have had high exposure to consumers, there are a significant minority of brands, ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    UK
  9. Brand Leaders - UK - December 2016

    “Perceptions of the biggest brands in FMCG sectors tend to be fairly secure and steady, suggesting that consumers have a mindset about familiar brands that rarely wavers. However, in other more dynamic markets there is less of a bias towards heritage brands, allowing new entrants to compete with ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2016
    UK
  10. The Affluent Consumer - UK - November 2016

    “The EU referendum in June 2016 has sparked a wave of economic uncertainty across the UK, with Britain’s most wealthy consumers a key consumer group for brands and businesses. Affluent consumers have the drive and financial ability to buy into Brand Britain, and so marketing and products that play ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2016
    UK
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