Retail benchmarks and insights reports

Insights and data that drive profitable decisions

We help you benchmark your performance, understand trends, and quickly make well-informed decisions to succeed in the ever-changing retail landscape.

Easter Review 2022

Easter Review 2022

Springboard's Easter review for 2022 looks at the factors which influenced footfall activity in UK retail destinations over the Easter bank holiday weekend this year.
Insights from the Inside: February 2022

Insights from the Inside: February 2022

Each week Springboard surveys over 700 store managers nationwide across multiple categories including food & beverage, fashion & accessories, entertainment, and healthcare. This provides direct insights from the shop floor around how external factors and consumer behaviour is impacting footfall and spending.
Insights from the Inside: January 2022

Insights from the Inside: January 2022

Each week Springboard surveys over 700 store managers nationwide across multiple categories including food & beverage, fashion & accessories, entertainment, and healthcare. This provides direct insights from the shop floor around how external factors and consumer behaviour is impacting footfall and spending.
Webinar: Annual Footfall Review 2021

Webinar: Annual Footfall Review 2021

Springboard’s Marketing & Insights Director, Diane Wehrle recently looked back at the performance of retail throughout 2021 including key trends in footfall, store sales, consumer confidence and online spending as we emerged out of the pandemic. Watch the UK Annual Review on demand to see how 2021 fared for retail destinations and the outlook for 2022.
The Year That Was 2021

The Year That Was 2021

Springboard’s annual review of 2021 looks back at the performance of retail throughout 2021, encompassing key trends in footfall, store capture rates, store sales, online spending, vacancies and consumer confidence over the year from January to December.
Springboard’s 2021 Christmas Review

Springboard’s 2021 Christmas Review

Marketing & Insights Director, Diane Wehrle, takes a closer look at footfall in key destination types with a particular focus on key trading periods which include the week leading up to Christmas and Christmas Eve, Boxing Day and the week post-Christmas, as well as New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
UK Consumer Survey November 2021

UK Consumer Survey November 2021

Springboard’s series of reports on UK shoppers’ habits and views are designed to understand the changes in consumer behaviour that underpin the demand for bricks and mortar retail as we emerge from the Covid pandemic. This understanding will enable those who own, manage and occupy bricks and mortar retail to establish the priorities for shoppers, and so ensure they can maximise their revenue potential and business success.
UK Consumer Survey October 2021

UK Consumer Survey October 2021

Springboard’s series of reports on UK shoppers’ habits and views are designed to understand the changes in consumer behaviour that underpin the demand for bricks and mortar retail as we emerge from the Covid pandemic.
UK Retail Consumer Report August 2021

UK Retail Consumer Report August 2021

Springboard’s series of reports on UK shoppers’ habits and views are designed to understand the changes in consumer behaviour that underpin the demand for bricks and mortar retail as we emerge from the Covid pandemic.

Springboard Insights Reports

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Webinar: Annual Footfall Review 2021

Springboard’s annual review looks back at the performance of retail throughout 2021, encompassing key trends in footfall, store sales, consumer confidence and online shopping as we emerged out of the pandemic.

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