A survey by Retailers Association of India (RAI) along with LitmusWorld revealed that 67% consumers showed little to no excitement in shopping post the lockdown.
Most Indian consumers plan to reduce shopping expenditure, as only 33 per cent are excited to shop post lockdown, according to a consumer sentiment survey by Retailers Association of India (RAI) and LitmusWorld.
While retailers across the country rejoice the Government’s recent decision to initiate Unlock 1.0 plan, Retail Association of India (RAI)’s latest consumer sentiment survey doesn’t bring very satisfactory results for them. According to the survey, Read more…
4 in 5 Indian consumers will reduce shopping expenditure post lockdown: LitmusWorld-RAI Consumer Survey
As retailers climb back on their feet under Unlock 1.0, the industry might have to brace itself for a sustained downturn, as a majority of 67% of consumers showed little to no excitement in shopping Read more…
An overwhelming percentage of consumers plan to reduce their shopping expenditure, as only 33 percent are excited to shop post-lockdown, according to a survey by retailers body RAI with LitmusWorld.
A consumer sentiment survey by the RAI with LitmusWorld found that 67% of consumers showed little to no excitement in shopping post the lockdown.
Surveying over 4,000 respondents across the country, the ‘Unlocking Indian Consumer Sentiment Post Lockdown’ survey in association with LitmusWorld sought to understand the likely behaviour and shopping preferences of Indian consumers in a post lockdown Read more…
A consumer sentiment survey conducted by Retailers Association of India (RAI) and LitmusWorld says that over 62 per cent of Indian consumers plan to visit retail stores within the first three months of their opening.
According to a survey of more than 4,000 respondents by the Retailers Association of India and LitmusWorld, 67 per cent consumers showed little to no excitement in shopping post lockdown.