Research and Markets: United States Affluent Shopping Report 2015: The Who, What, Where and Why of Affluent Shoppers

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h27rvr/affluent_shopping)
has announced the addition of the “Affluent
Shopping Report: The Who, What, Where and Why of Affluent Shoppers”

report to their offering.

Across the nation, the shoppers that count most to retailers from High
Street to Main Street, in the malls, at the outlets, in the luxury
boutiques, in the department stores and at the discounters are the
affluent, defined as those with incomes at the top 20 percent, or about
$100,000 and above in 2014.

How to attract more high-potential affluent customers to your shopping
experience

These are the heavy lifters’ when it comes to shopping – while they
account for only 20 percent of all U.S. households, they account for
more than 40 percent of total consumer spending. This new study examines
in depth the shopping habits of the nation’s biggest, most indulgent and
most powerful shoppers and shows how to attract more of these
high-potential affluent customers to your special shopping experience.

You will receive:

– Affluent Shopper Trend Report, an executive summary of two years of
history from the Affluent Consumer Tracking Study Shopper Track survey
outlining key trends and findings, including case studies of specialty
retailers that create extraordinary experiences for affluent shoppers (a
$995 value).

– Detailed Analysis Report providing details about where affluents
shopped, what they shopped for, why they shopped, how much they spent,
and more.

Report includes not just descriptive statistics, but actionable
insights, recommendations and case studies of retailers that are
attracting the high-end shoppers to their shopping experiences.

Retailers at all pricing levels – high-end, discount/low-end and
mid-market – need to understand the behaviors of the affluent shoppers,
their most important customer segment.

Retailers & shopping experiences profiled include:

– General Merchandisers, specifically Department Stores and Luxury
Department Stores

– Online Internet Retailers

– Specialty Retailers, including

– Art Galleries, Custom Framing Shops

– Luxury-branded Boutiques

– Fashion Boutiques

– Home Furnishings & Furniture Stores

– Beauty/Cosmetics Specialty Stores

– Jewelry Stores

– Wine & Liquor Stores

– Kitchenware/Tabletop Stores

– Major Appliance, Bath & Kitchen Specialty Stores

– Sunglass & Optical Stores

– Experiential Shopping

– Dining

– Salon/Spa

– Physician Services

– Travel

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/h27rvr/affluent_shopping

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