The annual “Mastercard Love Index” highlights an increase in last minute purchases taking place on February 14th with an increased reliance on online shopping London, 12 February 2019: Ever heard the saying spontaneity is sexy? Well it appears that shoppers are taking this notion to heart as more and more people are leaving their romantic …
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Final week of Christmas shopping expecting to see weak, but positive spending growth of 1.7%, versus 3.6% in 2017 according to Mastercard SpendingPulse One quarter* of all Brits admit they are behind on Christmas shopping compared with previous years 1 in 5 busy millennials plan to do ALL their Christmas shopping in the next few …
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Continued e-commerce growth leaves British high street spending lowest in Europe LONDON, 7th December, 2018 – As online shopping continues to grow, the UK now has the lowest proportion of high street spending in Europe. According to new research by Mastercard, just 43% of all money spent (volume) is done physically in stores, while online …
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For consumers, increased trust and ease of use are key to driving mass adoption of Conversational Commerce and unleashing its potential June 4, 2018 – Mastercard today reveals the insights from its research into the opportunities and challenges of Conversational Commerce. In its report – Is anybody there? Giving Conversational Commerce a voice, Mastercard reveals …
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Romantic experiences continue to rise, as sales of flowers falter February 9th, 2018 – British consumers continue to invest in experiences over material goods, as new data shows sentimental spending has increased by 11% since 2015, with the number of transactions up by 23% during the Valentine’s Day period. The annual “Mastercard Love Index”, which …
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