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Showing posts with label holiday spends. Show all posts
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November 7, 2016

2016 holiday spending to reach $936 per average consumer, highest in last 7 years

 2016 Holiday Season Spending: Consumer Insights :American consumers plan to spend an average $935.58 during the 2016 holiday shopping season this year, according to NRF’s survey conducted by Prosper Insights. Nearly six in 10 plan to buy for themselves, spending an average $139.61, up by 4 % from last year and marking the second-highest level of personal spending in the survey’s 13-year history.Meanwhile holiday sales (offline and online combined are expected to increase by 3.6% and is above the 7 year old high  since the holiday spending recovery began since 2009(National Retail Federation)

Meanwhile Holiday specific employment is also expected to increase to  690,000 new positions.This is in comparison to 2015 ,675,300 positions  and that share will expand to just over 70% of  the $126million shipments by 2019.

May 9, 2015

Americans mothers day spends on a 12 year high, set to splurge $173 on their moms

"mothers day spending"

Americans are expected  splurge big time on mothers day , spending  by an average of $173 on Mother’s Day this year, up almost $10 (6%) from last year’s total and the highest  ever mothers day spends  in the survey’s 12-year history, according to the latest survey from the NRF conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics. Total spending is projected to reach $21.2 billion on mothers day representing a 6.6% rise from last year’s $19.9 billion.

This years mother day gifts includes greeting cards with 80% planning a purchase), followed by flowers (67.2%) and special outings (54.2%). (33.4%) top the list of shopping destinations, ahead of specialty stores (28.2%), online (25%) and discount stores (24.8%).

November 23, 2014

US Ecommerce Spends Sales On Cyber Monday since 2005 Onwards

US holiday Shopping spends


"This timeline shows the U.S. online spending on Cyber Monday from 2005 to 2013.  In the last 5 years Online Shopping during Cyber Monday  grew by 96%

US consumers spent $887 million in 2009 while last year (2013)   saw eCommerce sales on  Cyber Monday  touched  $1.74 billion US dollars, up from $1.47 billion US dollars in the in 2012. Compared with 2005, Cyber Monday online shopping  sales has grown by 400%
Tags : #ecommerce, #holiday sales,#thanksgiving,#Black Friday,#online spends

November 16, 2014

Brands marketing spends shows a spike just before the holiday season

marketing and ad spends during 2014 holidays

The Holiday season in 2014 seems to start  on a promising note . A recent study by  Nielsen  shows that brands are starting to spend more this holiday season .  The spike  looks  promising and that is good news  just before the Holidays .

The traditional gift categories found notable  increase as  advertisers in every category spent more on advertising during last year’s fourth quarter holiday season than they did five years ago, with tech products (26%), video games (23%), books (21%), kitchen/cookware (46%) and jewelry (42%) leading the charge. in ad spending moving into the fourth quarter as consumers begin to brainstorm their holiday shopping lists.