Here you will find Osborne Clarke’s latest connected consumer research reports.
The connected consumer: a life lived online
At Osborne Clarke we’re hugely interested in the business opportunities presented by a world of increasing consumer connectivity. Almost every aspect of our lives now intersects through our connected devices from health to leisure, transport through retail to entertainment. We cannot ignore the sheer pace of change we’re experiencing. This report, written in association with Retail Week, helps to identify how your business should put the connected consumer at the heart of your strategy. That’s one part of making sure you succeed in tomorrow’s world. Download the report here.
The European connected consumer: a life lived online
Our report, written in association with Retail Week, reveals the nuances and divergences in connected consumers’ behaviour and perceptions across Europe. If your business interacts with connected consumers in any way, be it in retail, digital health, transport and logistics or emerging innovations, you will appreciate that these differences create great opportunities. Download the report here.
Preparing for tomorrow’s supply chain: embracing innovation in a world of disruptors
Digital innovations are rewriting every rule in the supply chain book. Businesses willing to embrace new technologies and ways of collaborating can be certain to gain a crucial edge over the competition. However, this wealth of opportunities doesn’t come without risk. Get it wrong, and the consequences could be catastrophical, and not just in terms of legal or financial sanctions, but in terms of reputational damage too.
Now is the time to carefully plan your supply chain strategy to ensure it has legal longevity as the law tries to keep pace with technological innovation. Our latest report “Preparing for tomorrow’s supply chain”, is the essential guide to the risks and rewards of securing your supply chain business for succeeding in tomorrow’s world.