The period before the World Cup was an ideal time to explore the topic of emotionally driven purchasing due to the high interest generated, both for the public and for food and beverage companies. During the run-up to the event is when brands set out their communication and commercial plans. And if they are to develop successful strategies and increase sales, it is vital that companies have information about any triggers and barriers that come in to play for consumers of their products.
More than ever, customers have a powerful influence on their relationship with brands. Their voice matters and they can have a strong impact on a brand’s behaviour. Brands must learn to be increasingly agile and follow six simple and decisive principles.
面對它風靡市場的情勢，大一點的品牌迅速反應，收購較小的啤酒製造商，然後發行自己的「手工」產品。較小的製造商因此開始質疑，如果大品牌有能力生產「手工」啤酒，那「手工」啤酒到底是什麼？它對整個產業的意義又是什麼？Bigger brands are reacting swiftly, buying up smaller breweries and launching their own ‘craft’ products. But it’s driving smaller producers to question; if large brands have the capability to create ‘craft’ beer, what actually is ‘craft’ beer, and what does this mean for the industry as a whole?
Many enterprises in Taiwan have conducted years of research on customer satisfaction. Every year, thousands of customers with an interaction in the past one year are sampled to conduct an around 30-minute telephone interview. However, this kind of traditional survey method has gradually raised skeptical voices within enterprises.
Talking to your customers isn’t just basic good customer service – it is essential if you want to optimise sales. But how do you make your staff interact in the way you want them to? A friendly ‘Can I help you?’ enquiry won’t always cut it. It’s a closed question and chances are you’ll almost always get the standard ‘No’ for an answer before your customer quietly skulks out. But ask them an open-ended question ‘What style of coat are you looking for?’ or even ‘How are you today?’ and you will find the customer will be more comfortable in having a conversation.
當我們在做店面相關決策的時候，店內分析（In-Store Analytics）的重要性總是很容易被忽略。益普索列出五點理由讓你知道，為什麼了解店內分析，以及了解來店家拜訪的顧客行為是如此重要，而不是店裡擺滿商品，顧客就會上門。提供顧客在店內良好的購買經驗、精心設計的動線、或貼心的服務等，除了可以促使顧客消費，也可以增加消費者回店購買的機會。It can be easy to lose sight as to why in-store analytics are so important to your store decision making. We list the Top 5 reasons to know what’s happening in your store. To attract customer to visit your store, it is not only about how much good you have in your store, but also about offering a good shopping experience, User perception, and thoughtful services, etc.
To create a better customer journey, you must first understand its importance. The stark reality is that two thirds of customers are less likely to shop in a retail environment if they have problems with their shopping experience. With the high street still hugely competitive, that is one figure that should be taken seriously. However, the good news is that there are four simple steps to help you when it comes to assisting your customers more effectively.
With the begin of virtual shopping era, it was estimated that Taiwan logistic market will reach a scale of 30 billion NT dollars in 2019. Additional human resources and double deliveries costs draw attention in both domestic and international self-pickup market, thus lead to the invention of “smart locker”. In Taiwan, the smart locker trend started from the beginning of this year. It is still unknown whether Taiwan is a blue ocean for smart lockers or not.