Tag: Consumer Trends

How consumer behaviors are shifting and why businesses must take note.

The tsunami of troubling news surrounding the state of the global economy reflects the struggles of many consumers, who face myriad waves of financial obstacles.

Vericast wanted to know what customers are thinking, so we worked with research company Dynata to survey consumers for insight into how they feel and think about banking and finance, including:

Both parents and children worry about online privacy and security, but they have varying views over what to do about it, according to a study from 1Password and Malwarebytes.

Key findings underscored the challenges of today’s consent culture: 73% of Gen Z wish their parents would ask permission before posting pics of them online, while only 34% of parents actually do so – and 39% feel they don’t need permission.

More than 2 in 3 (68%) of shoppers plan to spend more or the same on holiday shopping this year compared to last year, according to a new holiday report from Klarna

Hispanics are increasingly concerned about their personal finances, leading to a decline in optimism in the U.S. economy during the third quarter, according to a new poll from the Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI).

The findings of “Selling Across Generations” reveal differences in how each generation searches for and purchases insurance, what they look for in an insurance carrier, their current coverages, the kinds of media they trust most, and how they currently engage with insurance agents.

More than one-third of consumers (37%) have already or plan to use Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) loans for their back-to-school purchases, according to new research from TransUnion’s retail business.

Dynata’s Pete Cape joined Sky News for a live interview to share findings from our latest report Global Consumer Trends: The Economic Crossroads. Pete shared trends regarding the impact inflation has on people’s lives including a decrease in car journeys as a result of the rise in petrol prices and a decrease in impulse buying….