Consumer confidence

The changing behaviour series: capturing the pulse of consumer sentiment

We know that foot traffic reflects consumer confidence and so, we launched the Blis consumer confidence pulse. It’s an interactive tracker that gives us a read on consumer sentiment which we can use to supplement our consumer movement data and retail foot traffic to get a more holistic view of the current state of play.

StreeFight: Consumer concerns shift from Covid-19 to economic uncertainty

Local businesses have been forced out of their comfort zone this summer as the economic impact of Covid-19 lingers and uncertainty persists into the final weeks of summer. With so many questions unanswered, businesses are searching for resources to help guide their decisions in marketing and general operations.

Holiday shopping seasons like never before – how can brands plan?

With major events and holidays coming up, brands are looking to understand the trends that could guide their campaign thinking, while uncertainty and anxiety lead the way in consumer thinking.
This blog post, another collaboration with target audience company, GlobalWebIndex (GWI), reveals the answers to these questions, by comparing what people say (in consumer research) vs. what they do (in the real world).

Blis keeps finger on the pulse of consumer behaviour with global sentiment tracker

Blis, a trusted leader in location-powered advertising and analytics has today released the Blis consumer confidence pulse, an interactive tracker that captures a quick snapshot of consumer sentiment. The tracker plots how consumers are feeling about their local economy, household finances and spending intent and the survey is running in the UK, USA, UAE, Singapore and Australia.

Surfers

The changing behaviour series: life after lockdown

To understand how consumers were feeling about life after lockdown we ran a six question survey and measured footfall from 100,000s of locations across Australia over the first half of the year. In analysing the data we identified that caution is pervading in most areas but recovery is happening at different speeds. 

The changing behaviour series: webinar – Commuters. The first domino?

With lockdowns slowly lifting around the world, the UK began Phase 2 of it’s restrictions last week, with PM Boris Johnson “taking the first careful steps to modify our measures”. Workers that couldn’t work from home were encouraged to return to work, avoiding public transport, where possible. The impact of what this means for employees and businesses alike is yet to be fully seen.

futureproofing

The changing behaviour series: using data for future-proofing

The past number of months living through the COVID-19 pandemic, has surfaced some deep and fundamental problems in the world around us. Businesses and organisations mobilised crisis plans or conjured something ad-hoc to deal with the changes. In a PWC survey conducted in April, 77% of  CFOs are looking at cost containment measures, and 65% are thinking of deferring or cancelling investments – digital transformation included.