Yearly Archives:2023

Consumer Confidence Index – September 2023

And in September, the Consumer Confidence Index deepened the negative trend that started prematurely before the end of summer in August.

Usually alongside the euphoria, especially in parliamentary but also in local elections, the hope for a better future is evident in people’s assessments of the financial situation, the general economic situation and planned large purchases. In September, however, this optimism was displaced by severe real problems.

In August, the consumer price index (inflation gauge) was 13.4% on an annual basis, and the increase in prices in the group of food products and non-alcoholic beverages was 19.9%, with the largest increase in prices in the group of dairy products and eggs – 29.6% .
With such significant levels of increase, and with the relative expenditure on food in the household budget taking the main burden of income, the situation does not bode well for the coming autumn and the upcoming winter.

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5 Key Trends in Market Research World in 2023

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, staying ahead of the competition requires a deep understanding of consumer behavior and preferences. Market research is the key to gaining these insights, and it’s constantly evolving to keep pace with changing consumer dynamics. Here are five key trends in market research that are shaping the future of consumer insights:

1. Data Analytics – Small and Big Data: The explosion of data from various sources, including social media, e-commerce, and IoT devices, has opened up new possibilities for market researchers. Advanced analytics and machine learning techniques are now being used to extract valuable insights from large datasets, enabling businesses to make data-driven decisions.

2. Online Communities: Brands are increasingly turning to online communities and social listening tools to engage with customers directly. These platforms provide a space for real-time interactions, feedback, and discussions, allowing companies to gather authentic insights and build stronger relationships with their audience.

3. Ethnographic Research: To truly understand consumers, researchers are going beyond traditional surveys and focus groups. Ethnographic research involves immersing researchers in the daily lives of consumers to observe their behaviors, routines, and pain points. This approach provides a deeper understanding of consumer needs and motivations.

4. Sustainability and Ethical Research: Consumers are increasingly concerned about the ethical and environmental impact of their purchases. Market researchers are responding by incorporating sustainability and ethics into their studies. Businesses that align with these values are more likely to resonate with consumers.

5. AI-Powered Surveys: Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing survey research. AI-powered chatbots and survey tools are making it easier to collect and analyze customer feedback in real-time. These technologies can personalize survey questions, making the research process more engaging and informative for respondents.

These trends highlight the ever-changing nature of market research and the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest methodologies and technologies. By embracing these innovations, businesses can gain a competitive edge and better serve their customers’ evolving needs.

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