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Budgets will be tighter than ever before as we face a perfect storm - a global economic downturn resulting in a decrease in jobs and profits, coupled with changing consumer behaviour.
In a sign of changing consumer behaviour, a bottle of cider and a packet of sharing crisps were the most successful launches of 2011, The Grocer Top Products Survey reveals.
Cecilia Dahl, the company president and founder, said, 'Smart phones are changing consumer behaviour.
Reasons to Buy: This report studies the changing consumer behaviour in emerging markets and highlights the upcoming trends.
Belfast city centre is changing rapidly and the acquisition of these four city centre leading-edge pubs will contribute enormously to our understanding of changing consumer behaviour and their impact on the beer market.
More and more families with children are using disposable diapers and the emergence of hypermarkets and superstores is increasing the availability of these products and changing consumer behaviour.
At Tetra Pak we have just launched a three-year partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), focused on changing consumer behaviour.
The simulation software has been adjusted to include increasingly changing consumer behaviour and evolutions in the structure of distribution, to more closely mirror the kind of behaviour witnessed by L'Oreal in the cosmetics market.