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  1. […] This tug of war continues with the research showing that 89% of Millennials are still shopping online at home, with nearly half (47%) on their smartphone and 29% on their tablet. Worryingly, 93% also expressed that they do not fully trust retailers with their data.  This could suggest that because Millennials are task-rich and time-poor, the convenience and flexibility that online shopping offers still prevails. In fact, UK retailers are predicting that online shopping will contribute to one of the biggest shopping days this festive season, with revenues set to hit £901 million. […]

  2. […] This tug of war continues with the research showing that 89% of Millennials are still shopping online at home, with nearly half (47%) on their smartphone and 29% on their tablet. Worryingly, 93% also expressed that they do not fully trust retailers with their data.  This could suggest that because Millennials are task-rich and time-poor, the convenience and flexibility that online shopping offers still prevails. In fact, UK retailers are predicting that online shopping will contribute to one of the biggest shopping days this festive season, with revenues set to hit £901 million. […]

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