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Retail Market Research

Mintel’s retail market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the retail market size and retail market share.


Mintel’s retail industry reports can help you gain further insight into the retail market trends and gain valuable retail consumer data.


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  1. Gift Shopping Habits - UK - December 2009

    • Consumers are turning away from traditional gifts in favour of gift vouchers/cards and money. Six out of ten adults gave money in 2009 (4 million more than in 2005), while 37% bought gift cards/vouchers (an increase of 2 million).
    • Retailers need their gift ranges to stand out and better match ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2009
    UK
  2. Ethical and Green Retailing - UK - September 2009

    This report focuses on consumer awareness of the issues and how their behaviour has changed in response to changing economic and environmental conditions. It identifies whether consumer action on environmental issues is increasing and assesses whether retailers need to do more on environmental and ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2009
    UK
  3. Customer Loyalty and Discounting in Retailing - UK - August 2009

    The recession provides the ultimate test of customer loyalty to those stores where shoppers spend the bulk of their money. But are shoppers altering their spending behaviour in favour of cheaper goods and cheaper retailers, or are people simply saving money by buying differently from the retailers ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2009
    UK
  4. Retail Review - UK - March 2009

    Unprecedented numbers of large retail companies have been affected by administration since the last such report in 2008. And a continuing stream of bad economic and employment news means that the bottom of the financial downturn has yet to be reached.

    More company failures are anticipated in 2009, ...

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    £1,695.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    March 2009
    UK