The lockdowns, isolations, uncertainty and fear have all contributed to the way we look at nutrition. This presents a unique set of opportunities for marketers to rise up to the occasion and meet these new and redefined consumer needs.
This report addresses the trends that are beginning to take shape within the shopper markets especially at a time when shopping patterns are continuously disrupted. The key questions answered in this report includes;
Sparkwinn Research conducted an online survey among Colombo's urban consumers to understand the disruptions and changing behavior of how people work and shop.
Sri Lankan’s are beginning to see a ray of light under the tunnel according to the economic outlook survey conducted by Sparkwinn Research among 300 respondents in 5 districts of the country.
Sri Lanka’s credit card industry is becoming increasingly dynamic. The number of new cards issued has declined but purchase volume & transaction value has increased steeply. Glamour and dynamism added to the category in terms of card offers have played a key role in this development. Card penetration in Sri Lanka is still at a lower level, so scope is there to grow the category. Differentiation and effective appealing to various segments of consumers is essential in this highly competitive market.
What do Sri Lankan students look for and how do they select a higher education service provider? Sparkwinn's Short research report for higher education sector with the check list of 5 action points to follow