In this post from ‘The changing behaviour series’ we take a brief look at non-essential retail across three European markets: Italy, The Netherlands and UK to help identify the patterns of behaviour through multiple lockdowns.
In this post examining the UK hotel industry, we found that the second lockdown did not completely reset visitation levels to what was experienced after the first lockdown in early 2020.
In this post from the changing behaviour series, we look at what type of consumer might emerge from this second lockdown and break down what patterns of behaviour from Christmas 2019 might mean heading into this year’s festive season.
In this post from ‘The changing behavior series’ we take a look at Generation Z to get a better sense of their patterns of behavior and where they spend their time.
In this post from The changing behaviour series we look at foot traffic to national quick service restaurant chains (QSRs) and pubs across the UK over the course of August to understand the impact of the government’s introduction of the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme (EOTHO). This scheme enabled diners to receive 50% off their bill on food and non alcoholic drinks consumed on site up to a maximum discount of £10 per person.
On 4th July bars, hotels and restaurants across England opened their doors to customers after three months of lockdown. The UK hospitality sector is one of the UK’s largest employers with 3.2 million workers in the sector in 2018 and since lockdown began job cuts and closures in the sector have regularly made the headlines.
‘Super Saturday’, as it was affectionately known, saw people queuing up to sit in their favourite pub to enjoy socially distanced drinks. To assess the levels of confidence in returning to places of leisure and entertainment, our team at Blis analysed patterns of consumer behaviour and compared them with patterns from the week of 24th February – 1st March.
With lockdown restrictions lifting in cities and countries around the world, businesses are bracing themselves for what happens next. The results of surveys and research have shown that there is no one size fits all approach, with attitudes varying quite significantly in terms of the level of comfort of consumers returning to stores. A return to pre-COVID behaviours is unlikely, at least in the short term, but how can brands prepare for the next phase of this global crisis?
In this week’s webinar Nathan Lawson, Senior Insights Manager delves into trends from the pharma and beauty retail sector, while Alex Wright gives an update on the state of consumer confidence from an ongoing survey we’re running in the UK.
As part of ‘The changing behaviour series’ we’ve been observing the shifts in behaviour patterns for this category and saw strong double digit decline for three successive weeks, beginning on 16th March before a slight recovery and stabilization in early April.