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KPMG’s Global Consumer Markets practice is pleased to announce the seventeenth issue of ConsumerCurrents: Issues driving consumer organizations. An essential read for consumer clients, this issue explores some of the opportunities and challenges presented by the digital revolution, as well as an exclusive interview with Unilever CEO Paul Polman.
During April 2014 we asked senior leaders of 469 of the world's largest consumer companies what their priorities and areas of focus were for the year ahead. Results from the survey revealed how important the shift to digital has become for consumer businesses - impacting everything from business models and supply chains to data security and privacy.
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KPMG in China has launched China’s Connected Consumers – a report which analyses survey responses from 10,200 luxury consumers in China regarding their online spending patterns. The survey was conducted in partnership with Glamour Sales (an Asia-based online flash retailer of luxury brands) and Mogujie (an online marketplace platform for young female shoppers in China)
Non-food online retail sales in the UK now account for 17% of total retail sales and are growing at an annual rate of 12%. Consumers are increasingly seeking personalisation and consumer reviews in their online experience.
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The KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank (RTT) was jointly set up in 2006 by professional services firm KPMG and retail research group Synovate Retail Performance. The RTT meets quarterly, in private, to assess the health of the sector and considers a broad range of topics affecting retail in the UK. News releases and white papers are available on the website.
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The RTT Annual Review brings together our outputs from 2012 including the impact of the summer games on UK retail, overseas opportunities and whether the recession and internet is damaging customer service. Each of the members also highlight their predictions for retail in 2013. Download the publication (PDF 1.81 MB)
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