In this post from ‘The changing behavior series’ we take a look at consumer behavior within the US auto sector and break down some insights from a recent Brand Innovator discussion with Dan Gray, Digital Shopper Content Manager for the Ford Motor Company.
The automotive industry motoring industry in the UK is getting back into gear with socially distant selling, incentives to buy energy-efficient cars and initiatives to help those financially impacted by the virus. In this post from ‘The changing behaviour series’ we look at how auto brands are adapting after lockdown.
Six months on from the first coronavirus case in the country, safety measures, social distancing and working from home still pervade. Throughout the period car dealerships across the country remained open and in this post from The changing behaviour series we examine the patterns of behaviour of Dutch consumers visiting auto dealerships across the country.
Analyzing how QSR brands can invest in unique experiences to drive foot traffic The busier
Between ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft, new technology including autonomous vehicles, and concerns
With National Coffee Day arriving September 29, Blis tracked unique foot traffic patterns at Dunkin’ and Starbucks stores around the country over a four-week period. The company normalized the data so it shows an equal comparison of 1,000 customers visiting Starbucks versus 1,000 visiting Dunkin’.
This edition of Modern Restaurant Management (MRM) magazine’s “According to …” research roundup features the Good Food 100 Restaurants, fast food foot traffic in NYC, the top signs of a foodie, Mexican food trends, how the combination of 5G, AI and IoT is set to change the Americas and the appeal of natural cork.