One in three Brits are struggling to afford Christmas!

Over two-thirds of consumers would consider selling heirlooms to help fund the festive season The majority (65 per cent) of owners would consider selling their antiques and heirlooms to help generate extra cash during Christmas. This is according to new research carried out by WhereToSell.co.uk. The survey of over 1,900 consumers in the UK, found that with Christmas less than a month away the financial burdens placed on consumers are taking its toll. Almost 40 per cent of Brits are concerned about how they will afford Christmas this year; and…

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Avius Signs Deal with Iconic US Department Store Chain

Avius customer feedback will help drive retail sales this Christmas London, 19th November, 2018: Avius (avius.com), a UK tech company that provides insights to improve customer satisfaction, today announced the launch of its customer experience feedback solution with one of the USA’s most iconic premium department store chains. Avius has installed its survey kiosks in the store’s changing rooms to collect unique customer insights that are used to improve overall customer experience. Such tech has already enabled Avius’ clients across the world to improve customer satisfaction levels on average by…

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Brits Will Spend 2 Billion Pounds Replacing Lost, Broken or Eaten Gifts This Christmas

London, UK – 7 December 2017 – A new survey revealing the gifting habits of the British, French and Germans from leading smart location company Tile[1] shows that Brits will fork out a staggering £2 Billion this Christmas on replacement presents having lost or broken the original gift. In addition, a surprising number of guilty individuals simply keep them as a treat for themselves. It’s not just the Brits who are wasting time and money on gifts not given, 47% of Germans end up buying additional gifts, spending up to…

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Christmas Time – ‘Tis Also The Season For Cybercrime

Victims of a festive season cyber scam will lose between US$ 50 and US$ 5,000 per incident London – 5 December 2017 – Consumers planning on purchasing their Christmas gifts online could be at risk of losing between US$ 50 and US$ 5,000 per incident. That’s because it’s the season when cyber criminals across the world are on the prowl to fill up their own Christmas ‘stockings’. And with the rise in adoption of multiple devices by consumers – mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and PCs – online shopping has become…

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