Retail customers want to receive and share information

01/16/2012 | Convenience Store News

In a survey of 28,500 people from 15 countries, 76% of respondents said they would welcome more communication from retailers, while 24% said they receive too much. The survey also found that customers are willing to share information about themselves, with 75% saying they would divulge media usage, 73% willing to tell demographic information and 61% fine with sharing identifying information such as a name and an address.

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