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  • The Deloitte Consumer Review: The growing power of consumers
    While consumers have always had the ability to vote with their feet or wallets, they now have the power to influence not only what they buy, but what others buy as well. In this edition of the Deloitte Consumer Review we explore the emergence of an expectations gap between the more informed, connected and demanding consumer and businesses’ ability to meet these heightened expectations.
  • The changing face of retail – where did all the shops go?
    Numerous headlines have declared the decline, or death, of the high street and, indeed, many facts would seem to support this point of view. We have analysed what happened to nearly 5,900 shops impacted by 27 of the most high profile retail administrations, revealing some interesting results across the country.
  • Global Powers of Luxury Goods: In the hands of the consumer
    The first annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report identifies the 75 largest luxury goods companies around the world, and examines the trends shaping the sector. It also looks at M&A deals and provides a global economic outlook. Focusing on four broad categories of luxury goods (designer apparel, handbags and accessories, fine jewellery and watches, and cosmetics and fragrances).
  • The Deloitte Consumer Tracker: Q4 2013
    UK consumer confidence suffered a setback according to the latest results of the Deloitte Consumer Tracker, a quarterly insight into consumer spending patterns and the underlying drivers of spending behaviour.
  • Global Powers of Retailing 2014 - Retail beyond begins
    The 17th annual Global Powers of Retailing report identifies the 250 largest retailers around the world for the past fiscal year- but it is much more than a list. It also examines trends for retailers to consider as they plan their growth strategies.
  • Mobile Influence 2013 – The growing influence of mobile in store
    Smartphones will influence £18bn of UK store sales in 2013, up 45% compared to 2012. Retailers need to shift the focus of their attention from mobile as a sales channel, to viewing mobile as a driver of sales.
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