National Retail Price Comparison - Analysis and Interpretation of Results



Presents the latest results of our unique price comparison, analysing price and sales data from over 100 independent retailers across the UK. Assesses sales, pricing and product range and compares with multiple retailers and previous years. Includes evaluation of price elasticity and implications for indie pricing.




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Employment survey results: The impact on employment of satisfying domestic retail demand through different business types



Compares the results of our customer survey with data from account applications and TBAS mentoring to estimate the relative impact on employment of increasing the role of small businesses - and reducing that of large businesses - in the retail sector.




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Combined Consumer Surveys: Attitudes towards local independent retail



Consolidates the results of three shopper surveys. Includes what shoppers think of and why they value independent retailers, and what would make them use independents more than they currently do.




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National Retail Price Comparison: Consolidated results from the first and second comparisons



Looks at the differences between the first and second comparison in terms of pricing against multiples and changes in price elasticity results.




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National Retail Price Comparison: Results from the first comparison, October 2012



A comparison of independent retailer average prices on 60 product lines with prices from multiple retailers. Includes an evaluation of sales satisfaction at different price points and what this tells us about price elasticity.




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National Retail Price Comparison: Results from the second comparison, June 2013



A comparison of independent retailer average prices on 60 product lines and 5 services with prices from multiple retailers. Includes an evaluation of sales satisfaction at different price points and what this tells us about price elasticity.




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