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Webloyalty Retail Research Methodology

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This is the methodology behind the Conlumino retail research, commissioned by Webloyalty. You can view the full research piece here: http://www.webloyalty.co.uk/images/webloyalty_retail_research.pdf

This is the methodology behind the Conlumino retail research, commissioned by Webloyalty. You can view the full research piece here: http://www.webloyalty.co.uk/images/webloyalty_retail_research.pdf

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  • 1. 5. Methodology
  • 2. Section 5 The future of retail Methodology The supply picture Methodologies used A combination of consumer research, secondary research and market forecasting were used to compile this report. Consumer research in this report is partly based on a survey conducted with a UK nationally representative poll of consumers. Some 2,012 consumers were interviewed during January 2013; other consumer research was carried out via Conlumino’s consumer panel during various points in 2013. All numbers relating to expenditure and forecast expenditure are taken from Conlumino’s own retail model. This is updated on an ongoing basis with inputs from official sources (such as the BRC and ONS), retailers’ results and trading updates, other secondary sources and industry surveys, Conlumino’s ongoing programme of research into consumer spending and habits, and underlying economic drivers and trends. Conlumino analysts both model and interpret this information to provide guidance on the likely future direction of retail expenditure at an overall, sector and category level. Unless otherwise stated, all sources of information are derived from Conlumino’s own research and should be referenced to Conlumino/Webloyalty. 32 The future of retail: the supply picture Prepared for Webloyalty by Conlumino August 2013
  • 3. Produced for Webloyalty by Conlumino 020 7291 8748 enquiries@webloyalty.co.uk / hello@conlumino.com

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