One Third Of French Consumers Plan To Reduce Frequency Of Store Visits In Future
A third (32%) of French consumers plan to reduce the frequency of their store visits in the future, while a quarter (26%) plan to shop more online, a new study by Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) has found.
The study, carried out in association with Retail Economics, estimates that some 21 million French shoppers plan to make lasting changes to their buying habits as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.
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