The JPMorgan Chase Institute released a report that details where and how consumers are spending their money, highlighting key takeaways for local businesses in an age of ecommerce
This wearable approach to saving money is based on Pavlovian conditioning
Industry spending increased by 4.8% over 2011, but agencies are aiming the cash at media channels that make a direct connection with consumers.
The southern city beat out contenders like New York and San Francisco.
Lower growth than last year points to a fundamental transition in the development of the industry.
Consumers are opting to share more and spend less in these economic hard times.
According to NBS, Chinese consumer spending was up to $262.6 billion as of October.
Companies are using social media to promote products and handle customer relations.
A long-standing economic assumption is being challenged.
The American love of Halloween increases each year according to consumer spending figures.
Retail sales in the United States surged at their strongest pace in seven months in September as consumers stepped up their spending.