Baptist World Aid’s Australian Ethical Consumer Report for 2023 provides a comprehensive look at the Australian consumer landscape.
The Christmas shopping season is set to kick-off with a weekend spending frenzy toward the end of November.
Young Australians are increasingly becoming ‘identity consumers,’ using their purchasing choices to express personal values and identity.
After relying on handy click-and-collect methods and helpful delivery services, many of us became accustomed to avoiding shopping centres to stay safe.
An analysis of the last year shows how the changes in consumer behaviour is set to shape the future of retail, particularly in these 3 ways.
Technology and the accelerating effects of COVID are seeing new versions of shopping arrive sooner than expected, and they may be here to stay.