Shifting sands: How consumers are embracing sustainability
Adoption of sustainable lifestyles is on the rise, but consumers need more help
Our survey results are in: Does a growing consumer business have to cost the earth?
Following on from our previous insight our latest research into the changing landscape of consumer buying behaviour reveals the growing influence of sustainability.
The Deloitte Consumer Tracker Q2 2022
Consumer confidence fell for the fourth consecutive quarter to its lowest level on record in Q2 2022. In a sign that consumers are more pessimistic now than they had been in the depths of the pandemic, the Deloitte Consumer Confidence Index declined by three percentage points to -19% compared with Q1 2022, reaching a lower level than in Q1 2020 when the UK entered its first lockdown.
What next for the high street?
Shaping the sector for the future
In 2014, Deloitte published research and analysis predicting it would be the high street rather than shopping centres or retail parks that would prove most resilient over the coming years. We revisit our optimistic prediction of 2014.
Rethink. Reshape. Rewire.
Following on from our Rethink chapter, where Climate was considered the #1 long term risk to growth for consumer businesses, Reshape explores this further, asking consumer businesses about the actions they are taking to reduce their impact on the environment, increase their resilience against climate risks and grow their business through sustainability initiatives.