Australian Made has introduced a new advertising campaign, using the slogan “It’s never been more important to buy Australian than right now”. Here at Edentify, we wanted to see if this sentiment was echoed across the community. We conducted qualitative research to determine if...Read more
Life post pandemic: The new normal
As restrictions begin to ease around Australia, we are starting to see a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. What meets us at the end of the tunnel seems to be the question on everyone’s mind, as we hope to return to some form of normality in both business and society. A lot of...Read more
How much choice is too much?
How much choice is too much? The Australian supermarket category is one that always generates a strong response from our Caféstudy community. So when we asked them to tell us what they thought about the recent news of Coles and Woolworths reducing the number of brands because their...Read more
Will Amazon bring some welcome competition to Australian supermarkets?
The recent news that Amazon is considering a move into the Australian grocery market was a bit of a surprise to the Edentify team. So what would Australians make of this, and will they give Amazon supermarkets a try? We decided to ask our online research panel, Caféstudy, so we put the...Read more
Rating the Health Star Ratings
Much has been said recently about the government’s health star ratings on packaged foods in Australian supermarkets. These have been in place for a while now and we wanted to know what Australians think of them. So we asked the Caféstudy panel for their views. Many of our...Read more
Has mobile viewing and interaction changed the way consumers watch sport?
This month we asked our panel of consumers about how they watch sport, and if this has changed. With the rise in mobile viewing and predictions that it will more than double over the next few years, we wondered what our panel was doing, and how and if their sports viewing habits were...Read more
Scamming – what effect does it have on big brands?
Scamming has become so varied and widespread that almost everyone in our recent study could recall at least one incidence. The most common type of scams recalled were emails telling the recipient they were entitled to money in some way, and should send their personal details through in order to...Read more
Allergies and food intolerance – how they affect shopping
According to our panel, consumers with food allergies and intolerances have their work cut out when it comes to food shopping. Trying to avoid ingredients and keep the cost down are the two big issues they face. Grocery shopping for this group is more time consuming because of the level of...Read more
What was the last ad that made you do something and why?
According to our panel, a call to action in conjunction with a match to a current wish list seems to be the winning formula when it comes to prompting action as a result of seeing an ad. The ad needs to hit the right note at the right time. As one panelist says “the only time something...Read more
How do people plan to cut the cost of living?
With the budget looming and the high chance that consumers will face increased taxes or benefit cuts, we wondered what steps people would take when faced with less money? What would be the first things to go? We asked this question with the objective of finding out what consumers considered to...Read more
Viewing on demand – pros and cons from a consumer point of view
Times are changing. Viewers have always had a choice in what to watch on TV, and it’s recently got a whole lot bigger. Choosing what to watch no longer has to be a case of flicking through the few available channels to see what’s on. You can watch TV anywhere, all day, all night, out...Read more
Mobile phone providers – a consumer’s view
What is the most important thing when looking for a mobile phone provider? Is it coverage or price, quality of service, or something else? Recently, we asked Cafestudy members what they expected from their mobile phone companies, and what was important to them in a mobile phone provider. For all...Read more
When, where and how did consumers do their Xmas shopping?
This month’s question to our panel was how, when and where do you do your Christmas shopping? There has been much written recently about how Christmas shopping is moving online and the number of shoppers doing so is increasing each year. Predictions this year are for record levels of...Read more