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Sharing is Caring: The Measurable Value of Customer Promiscuity in a Slow Auto Market

In marketing we are conditioned to value building and retaining brand loyalty, so it may seem counterintuitive to consider the potential benefits of customer promiscuity – the propensity for customers to visit competitors/alternative choices. In a recent footfall study of Australia’s automotive category, Blis explored these concepts by analysing visitor crossover between dealerships to uncover clues as to what promiscuity means to brands

Singaporean shoppers prefer shopping in store

The Real Retail Study analysed shopper behaviour in Singapore, and concluded the desire to shop in store is also very much alive, especially when it comes to food and groceries (79 per cent), followed by furniture and home furnishing (69 per cent), and household appliance (61 per cent).

Singaporean shoppers prefer shopping in store

The Real Retail Study analysed shopper behaviour in Singapore, and concluded the desire to shop in store is also very much alive, especially when it comes to food and groceries (79 per cent), followed by furniture and home furnishing (69 per cent), and household appliance (61 per cent).