An individual mall may die like an individual car may crash; but ‘The Mall’ is no more dying than ‘The Car’ is dying.
Sponsored: survey reveals the aspects that matter to Australian shoppers.
Giving ‘one per cent of profits’ doesn’t mean much to consumers.
Research shows discounts become less effective as more products are put on sale.
Consumers with less to spend naturally seek out the lowest prices possible – something that bloated traditional retailers simply can’t compete on.
“Consumers don’t just want to buy stuff; they want to wear stuff that represents their values”.
Confidence up despite global political uncertainty.
Cautious consumers chose to save their pennies during the festive season, gifting retailers with few sales over the holiday period.
Sponsored: Did you know 93 per cent of today’s consumers prefer to buy from brands that give back?
Year on year retail trade growth expected to soften in December quarter.