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Young consumers seek financial guidance

Young people face a more uncertain future than their parents, prompting renewed focus on their attitudes towards money. However, Datamonitor Financial research shows that those entering adulthood have a healthy attitude to financial management.

Published By Datamonitor
17 Dec 2013
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Wrigley: the innovation game

Wrigley's new oral health gum offering shows it understands well the need to stay at the cutting edge of product innovation. With a consumer base hungry for these products, Wrigley must use its brand strength to fight off competitors that are keen for a share of this lucrative market.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
08 Aug 2003
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Why eat breakfast when you can drink it?

It happened to typewriters, encyclopedias, film cameras, and rotary telephones, but could the humble cereal dish and spoon soon be a relic of the past, joining these obsolete items on a dusty museum shelf? Maybe not in the immediate future, but recent developments in the breakfast market suggest that tomorrow's breakfast could come from a bottle instead of a bowl.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2013
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What impact will the latest cosmetic surgery controversy have on consumer beauty products?

The UK government has announced plans to increase regulations on cosmetic treatments such as dermal fillers, which are not classed as medicine under EU law. The new rules court controversy for not being strict enough in the eyes of many in the industry, but will the resulting negative publicity drive a rise in consumer skepticism about cosmetic procedures to the benefit of high-street products?

Published By Datamonitor
21 Feb 2014
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Westpac engages mobile users with augmented reality

From September 2014, Westpac's mobile app users will be able to view account information just by holding their bank card in front of their smartphone's camera. This technology could make financial management much more engaging for consumers.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Aug 2014
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Westpac branches have high-value potential

As its competitors have continued to slash branch numbers, Westpac maintains its extensive bank network. Yet a shift in product focus might provide Westpac with the return on investment that other banks are shunning.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jul 2014
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Western European immigrants need help saving

While immigrants from Western Europe are generally quite attractive as clients, they are the most likely to require savings products that help them to be disciplined savers.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Oct 2013
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Wendy's move highlights mobile wallet challenges

Wendy's is entering the US mobile payments market, launching a pilot program introducing POS payment functionality to its existing MyWendy's mobile app in three US cities. Retailer mobile wallet apps undoubtedly have the potential for success, but their focus on customer loyalty makes mobile wallets less payment tools and more marketing devices.

Published By Datamonitor
16 May 2013
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Wells Fargo's new ATMs will boost customer goodwill

The US bank Wells Fargo is rolling out a network of new ATMs that will present a tailored interface to each customer based on their previous usage patterns, and will include one-touch access to their most used requests. This development will add value to what is an often overlooked channel and should improve customers' perceptions of the bank.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Feb 2013
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Wealth managers need to join the mobile bandwagon

Private wealth managers are by necessity more cautious than the rest of the financial services market, as they are responsible for the preservation and growth of their clients' money. As such, technological innovation comes slow to the market. However, the mobile banking revolution is unfolding so fast that wealth managers have to develop a mobile strategy or risk losing affluent customers.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Mar 2013

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