Kantar Futures Blog

Category: retail

The last place to go

advertising, brands, consumers, retail

The last place to go

Andrew Curry writes: We’ve been having a bit of an argument in the London office about dixons.co.uk advertising which has been running on the London underground. The picture, above, captures… Read More »

Everyday toxins

consumers, food, retail, trends

Everyday toxins

Rachel Claydon writes: Momentum around the issue of toxic-free consumption seems to be building. New research released recently by the principal investigator at the Medical Research Council’s Human Reproductive Sciences… Read More »

Understanding the ‘Aldi effect’

behavior change, consumers, economic downturn, research, retail

Understanding the ‘Aldi effect’

Alastair Morton writes: The Guardian last Friday splashed pictures of baked beans and ‘Beamers’ across its front page to make the point that consumers’ habits are changing as a result… Read More »

If your products could talk…

retail, sustainability

If your products could talk…

Andrew Curry writes: I attended an event on Friday organised by the Sustainable Development Commission to look at the future of sustainable retail – obviously a challenging proposition. SDC Commissioner… Read More »