Online, high streets, or shopping centres – which categories see the most consumer spend? To find out, Cardlytics used purchase intelligence to analyze spend from over two million consumers across a range of retailers, across London’s Oxford Street, Westfield London and online. The results emphasize that despite the increasing prominence of online retail, bricks and mortar shops still play a crucial role in the retail world. As such, retailers that engage customers across multiple channels will ultimately win more spend.
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Welcome Karim Temsamani as CEO of Cardlytics
Today is my first day at Cardlytics, and I am raring to get started! The outpouring of support and warm welcomes I have received to date from clients, partners, employees, and investors has been nothing short of amazing, and I look forward to connecting with everyone personally in the coming days. In terms of how […]
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Convenience Food Purchase Insights vs. Traditional QSR
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