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Aussies looking to save on groceries and fuel, says CBA

Australia, according to new research from Commonwealth Bank, is a nation on the hunt for a bargain. Marking the launch of Commonwealth Bank’s app-based feature for eligible customers (CommBank Rewards), the research finds that 94 per cent of Australians surveyed used shopping hacks to reduce spending. Australians surveyed are “most …

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Retailers struggle to monetise data and drive experience

Eighty-five per cent of global grocery retailers lack the capabilities, technology, people and processes to use insights to monetise their data and drive customer experience, says a new study commissioned by dunnhumby. Despite the apparent barriers, the Forrester Consulting-conducted study, The Future of Retail Revenues Must Be Data Led, finds …

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Ethical consumerism on the rise

New research from Australian marketing services provider Salmat has found that a large number of Australian shoppers are swayed by sustainability and ethical brand behaviour when it comes to purchasing products. Study results The joint Salmat and ACRS study, which reportedly investigated the impact that ethical behaviour and corporate social …

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Sugary drinks linked to premature death

Drinking sugary drinks, or sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), heightens the risk of premature death, according to new research from Harvard University. According to the study, led by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the main cause of this premature death is from cardiovascular disease (CVD). To a lesser extent, …

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