UK Consumers Welcome Product Personalisation In Stores but Reject Facial Recognition

Almost three quarters (72 per cent) of UK consumers find personalisation of product recommendations based on purchasing habits a “cool” capability when shopping, according to a new UK study, “Creepy or Cool”, by RichRelevance®.

British shoppers also welcome location-based personalisation in store, with over 6 in 10 (63 per cent) welcoming a mobile personalised map showing item locations and efficient store paths to help them navigate stores more conveniently. Furthermore, 43 per cent find in-store location deals – where their location is tracked in order to trigger personalised promotions whilst shopping – “cool”.

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