Most consumers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia feel customised rewards would win their loyalty, but many brand loyalty programmes are failing to deliver on the things that matter most to customers, a report said.
UAE consumers increasingly prefer European-produced imported medicine for their high quality and competitive price, according to a 2013 pharmaceutical industry report.
The report from investment bank Alpen Capital stated that betw
Consumers are sticking to frugal shopping habits developed in the recession even as developed economies show signs of recovery, suggesting some behaviour changes could be permanent, industry executives say.
With household budgets
Ethical behaviour is the key component of corporate reputation for residents in Bahrain with 91 per cent of consumers influenced by a company's behaviour in making a purchase decision, a report said.
That is one of the key con
A surge in the cost of feed grain after the worst US drought in more than half a century has stripped many livestock farmers of profit and set off a chain of events that threatens to drive up world meat prices in 2013.
Rainbow Milk is celebrating World Milk Day with consumers in the Middle East with a host of activities targeted at better educating the public about the goodness of milk and eating healthy food.
Tetra Pak is supporting this cause as a lead
About 2.7 billion low-income consumers in developing countries are the dairy industry’s next big growth opportunity, according to a Tetra Pak research.
The world’s leading food processing and packaging company said the opportunity arises f
Global consumer confidence remained weak in the third quarter with more than 60 percent of consumers saying it was not a good time to spend, and one-in-three North Americans saying they have no spare cash, a survey showed on Sunday.
The US economy grew at its fastest pace in a year in the third quarter as consumers and businesses stepped up spending, creating momentum that could carry into the final three months of the year.
Though part of the increase in output came
British finance minister George Osborne confined pro-growth steps to measures including a freeze in the tax households pay for local services on Monday, pinning his hopes for recovery on a resolution of the euro zone debt crisis.