Are you looking for tips on changes in the consumer landscape created by coronavirus?
Need to know the ways in which consumers in Italy behave, and interact with brands?
Our Italy consumer market snapshot explains the major statistics behind consumer actions, to shed light on the best way you can reach them.
In this set of Italy consumer insights you’ll be able to take your brand further, and align with the needs of your target audience.
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With responses to a coronavirus survey conducted in April 2020, this infographic paints a picture of how consumers in Italy feel about recovery - of their country, and personal spending.
Discover new patterns in their lifestyle
What sort of interests does the typical Italian internet user have? How do they use devices? Get the latest knowledge on activities.
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Learn about the latest trends, including social media.
Consumers in Italy are tracking their spending on mobile more than the global average.
They’re more likely to check their emails while watching TV than others around the world.
When it comes to social media, Whatsapp is more popular than it is globally, and the vast majority of Italians have used social media in the past month.
Find out what’s unique to your consumer, beginning with this insight toolkit.
What's in the infographic?
Consumer trends in Italy can change quickly.
Drawing on a global consumer survey that’s been tailored to regional cultures, we outline the facts to know.
- How does the Italian consumer differ from others, after coronavirus?
- What’s the gender and education profile of an internet user in Italy?
- What are their interests - and how does this compare globally?
- How does Gen Z online time stack up against the average?
- How are Italian consumers using mobiles?
- How do they use social media for brand discovery and purchases?