Tag "felmérés"

Environmentally conscious food orderers

This was the conclusion of a survey by Greenstic Europe, a sustainable food packaging company present in the markets of Hungary, Slovakia and Romania. This article is available for reading...

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A new trend is taking hold among businesses

The majority of domestic enterprises are open to cooperation and collaboration and see other companies not only as competitors – this is clear from the K&H survey. The surveyed SMEs...

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Full-time jobs in retail sector are in demand

Retailers are seeing increased interest from job seekers looking for full-time positions. That’s according to  the “iCIMS Insights April 2024 Workforce Report,” which found that applications per opening (APO) for full-time...

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What will you be eating tomorrow?

Plant-Powered Perspectives is a business conference, which took place for the third time last year at the METRO Gastro Academy, and it is also Hungary’s premier plant-based food event. This...

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According to the IKEA survey, this is the biggest challenge for Hungarians at home

We want to live in an orderly environment, but many people find it difficult to keep their home in order, mainly because there is no well-accessible, specific place for their...

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Central European financial managers are significantly more optimistic, according to the Deloitte survey

According to a recent Deloitte survey, Central European financial managers are much more optimistic than a year ago. The survey, which sought the opinions of more than five hundred financial...

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Card Payments To Make Way For More ‘Seamless’ Payment Formats, Study Finds

Credit card and debit card payments are set to account for 19% of overall online transactions by 2028, down from 31% in 2023, as emerging payment formats such as digital...

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Younger Consumers Choose Sustainable Packaging, Study Finds

More than half (54%) of consumers aged between 18 and 34 said that they choose products with sustainable packaging ‘always’ or ‘often’, a new study from ALPLA has found. This...

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Gen Z Consumers ‘Behave Like Boomers’ When Grocery Shopping: Study

Some 59% of Generation Z consumers prefer to shop for groceries in-store rather than online, a similar  percentage to those in the Baby Boomer generation, a new study by Clear...

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EY: The world economy is not spinning, but company managers are optimistic

The majority of CEOs expect profit growth this year, despite the unfavorable global economic environment, according to EY’s latest international survey of 1,200 CEOs in 21 countries, including France, Germany,...

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Here’s how consumers respond to a retailer data breach

A new survey reveals customers have a strong negative reaction when a retailer they frequent experiences a cyberattack. According to “Security Matters: Consumer Views On Cybersecurity in Retail & Finance 2024,”...

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Grant Thornton: The number of female managers is on the rise

While the proportion of senior management positions held by women worldwide has increased from 19.4% to 33.5% in two decades, progress has been disappointingly slow – just 1.1% growth from...

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In six out of seven Dutch supermarkets plant-based alternatives are cheaper than animal products

According to a recent survey by Questionmark for ProVeg International, 6 out of 7 Dutch retailers now offer some plant-based foods at a lower price than their animal-based counterparts. This...

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How retailers are leveraging AI chat

According to the 2024 Retail AI Chat Adoption Survey from conversational AI platform provider On, almost three in four (73%) surveyed C-suite executives from major U.S. retailers have already implemented AI chat...

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Retail ranks low for digital trust from consumers

Fewer than one-in-10 consumers say they trust retailers enough to share their personal information with them, according to global technology and security provider Thales, whose “2024 Thales Digital Trust Index”...

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Forrester predicts a new online boom

Forrester anticipates significant growth in online retail spending in the largest European countries in the coming years. The American research firm expects an average annual growth of 9.2 percent. Forrester...

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Germans are saving on sustainable products

According to a Deloitte survey of 19,000 consumers in 19 countries, including 1,000 in Germany, less than half of Germans keep buying organic and sustainable products. The main reason for...

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YouTube, TikTok top list of teens’ most used social platforms

YouTube ranked as the most widely used (93%) online platform among U.S. teens for the second consecutive year in Pew Research Center’s annual survey of U.S. teens. TikTok ranked second (63%),...

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Emotions are the biggest obstacles to a successful generational change

Generational change is already taking place in more than half of domestic family companies. The biggest challenge during the process is that it is difficult for the senior manager to...

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Exposure doesn’t sway consumers to plant-based meat

A new study from Appetite suggests companies must adopt creative strategies to broaden their consumer base. Increased consumption of plant-based meats may not directly lead to a more positive sentiment...

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Fontosnak tartjuk a sikerek megünneplését, mégsem szánunk rá időt

A lakosság csupán 11%-ára jellemző igazán, hogy megünnepli hétköznapi sikereit – derült ki a PICK friss felméréséből. A kutatás arra is rávilágított, hogy akik számára az ünnepléshez hozzátartozik a közös étkezés,...

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Most Hungarian entrepreneurs fear a decrease in income

he majority of Hungarian entrepreneurs are most afraid of a decrease in income and consider it a big challenge to raise operating costs. A serious problem is high stress and...

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German consumers will cut back on Christmas presents this year

Germans plan to spend less on Christmas presents this year, according to a survey by Ernst & Young. Experts believe retailers can respond with discount promotions. Two thirds of respondents...

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Consumers want grocers to use AI to help them save money, Dunnhumby finds

More than half of participants in the firm’s latest Consumer Trends Tracker said they share their information with grocers to redeem rewards, up 4 percentage points from earlier this year. Consumers are...

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Eurobarometer-felmérés a klímaváltozással kapcsolatban

Az uniós állampolgárok több mint háromnegyede szerint jelenleg nagyon komoly probléma az éghajlatváltozás. Közel 56%-uk szerint az Európai Unió, a nemzeti kormányok, valamint a vállalkozások és az ipar felelőssége lenne,...

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Investors pay bigger attention to sustainability considerations

According to a KPMG study, businesses seeking international investors have to consciously prepare for building a sustainable company, in accordance with environment, social and governance (ESG) aspects. This article is...

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Consumers Are More Accepting of Ultra-Processed Foods if They Contain Healthier, More Nutritious Ingredients: Ayana Bio

More than half of Americans (57%) believe ultra-processed foods have a negative impact on health. But two-thirds would eat more and even pay more for ultra-processed foods that contain more...

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Nearly half of Gen Z will buy holiday gifts on social media, survey finds

Many in the generation expect to spend more than last year and will shop earlier if retailers introduce discounts sooner, according to a Shopify report. Following forecasts of higher holiday retail sales, nearly three-fourths (74%)...

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Inflation hampers global alcohol spend in Q3

More than 50% of those who have cut back on their grocery shopping say they have cut out alcohol altogether in the last three months. Over half of those cutting...

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More Than Two Thirds Regularly Buy Private-Label Groceries In Europe, Study Finds

Private-label products have become a ‘firm staple’ among European consumers, with 70% buying these products regularly while shopping for groceries, according to a new report. The study – conducted by...

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