Has the Pandemic Changed Shopping Habits in Germany and the UK?

Posted by Borderless Access on Oct 13, 2020 8:36:28 PM

Shops and stores have been mostly open across Germany and the UK since the last few months when lockdown measures were relaxed. However, it has not been business as usual for most shop owners. As per a report, there were “no lines” and “no crowds” when an Ikea branch in the Germany city of Cologne opened. According to experts, consumers’ mindsets have changed from a “gain” to a “maintain” mentality during the pandemic. In other words, people are avoiding stepping out of the house unless necessary to lower the risk of catching the virus.

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Topics: consumer research, consumer insights, digital research, digital online research, pandemic market research, shopping behaviour, shopping habits

Tracking Changes to Consumer Shopping Behaviour in the US Since the Pandemic

Posted by Borderless Access on Oct 13, 2020 8:33:19 PM

In the United States, the response to the coronavirus has varied from state to state. Over the last 6 months, most stores and shops have opened up for businesses but subjected to change based on the situation, as explained in this report. At the same time, the pandemic has also had an impact on how people shop.

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Topics: consumer preference, consumer research, consumer insights, digital market research, digital online research, pandemic market research

Exploring Post-Pandemic Work Scenario among US Working Professionals

Posted by Borderless Access on Oct 6, 2020 1:34:40 PM

The words “job loss” have been used quite frequently with the word pandemic in 2020. The pandemic has also dramatically changed the way people work. Telecommuting has become the new normal and it is likely to stay that way for the foreseeable future. In this scenario, we conducted an online study in the US, and other parts of the world, to learn how the pandemic and the accompanying lockdown have affected the work-life of white-collar working professionals. The results of the study give us a good idea about the current state of work-life compared to the rest of the world.

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Topics: marketing research, consumer behaviour, consumer preference, consumer research, digital online research, online research

Sub-Saharan Africans increase healthy habits to beat the virus

Posted by Borderless Access on Sep 1, 2020 11:38:59 AM

Finding ourselves in the middle of a global pandemic has been a shock. We’ve spent a lot of time fine-tuning ways in which we can prevent ourselves from catching the virus. COVID-19 has prompted many of us to examine our health, with 63% of people around the world reporting that coronavirus has encouraged them to seriously consider their levels of health and fitness. We’ve taken a closer look at global changes with regard to general health, hygiene and fitness, with a special focus on Nigeria and South Africa.

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Topics: consumer behaviour, consumer research, Africa market research, digital market research

Has the Middle East become healthier since the pandemic?

Posted by Borderless Access on Sep 1, 2020 11:37:58 AM

Worldwide nearly two-thirds of people claim to be taking their personal health and fitness habits more seriously since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. We have taken a closer look at how people living in the Middle East have altered their routines, with a focus on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt.

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Topics: consumer research, digital research, digital market research, middle east market research, healthcare research, lifestyle research

Exploring Post-Pandemic Health and Hygiene Habits in the US

Posted by Borderless Access on Aug 24, 2020 1:28:51 PM

A recent study conducted by Borderless Access about the impact of COVID-19 on future healthcare consultation scenario, including pre-travel healthcare consultation, found that patient behaviour and habits were significantly varied from country to country. This highlighted the notable influence of culture and social and economic realities on behaviour related to personal health.

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Topics: consumer behaviour, consumer research, healthcare MR, online research, pandemic market research, pandemic and health, healthcare research

COVID-19: Top concerns for South African consumers

Posted by Borderless Access on Apr 13, 2020 1:44:58 PM

As national lockdown extends, South Africans’ greatest COVID-19-related concern is the economy.  This is even more top-of-mind for most citizens than concern over their family’s health care needs, which features as their second most pressing concern.

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Topics: market research, consumer behaviour, consumer research, consumer insights, Africa market research, south africa market research, south africa spending habits, south africa economy, south africa economic survey, covid-19

Video on Demand – the Race to Becoming the King of the Video-Streaming Hill

Posted by Borderless Access on May 8, 2019 3:53:51 PM

Fast internet speeds and ever increasing data bandwidths around the world have spurred the growth of video streaming services. The video streaming market falls under two broad segments, ad-supported services such as YouTube and paid and subscription based platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and other on-demand video platforms.

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Topics: consumer research, consumer insights, video streaming, video streaming market, video streaming viewers, video-on-demand viewers, video on demand audience, video-on-demand consumer research study

Exploring Consumer Attitude towards Electric Vehicles in Key Emerging Markets

Posted by Borderless Access on Oct 3, 2018 4:00:00 PM

Photo: 1905 Hedag Electric Brougham from the heydays of electric vehicles

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Topics: market research, marketing research, survey, consumer behaviour, consumer preference, electric vehicles, EV, consumer attitude, electric vehicles in emerging markets, EVs in emerging markets, EV consumer sentiments, consumer research

Brand Recognition – Speculation is no substitute for solid market research

Posted by Jason Tiffer on Oct 1, 2018 2:44:00 PM

There have been incredible discoveries in the field of psychology, which affect the decision making process and also marketing sciences. Over time there have been a lot of observations, which have been replicated that allow us to see low life patterns on how people behave, how they make decisions and so on.

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Topics: market research, marketing, consumer behaviour, consumer attitude, consumer research, brand strategy, consumer psychology, advertising & communication

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