Thu 11th Mar 2021
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Savvy’s latest shopper research (online survey of a representative sample of 1,024 shoppers, March 2021) suggests Mother’s Day retail sales will increase 9% against 2020 to reach £1.34bn.
With the hospitality sector closed, much of the increase is being driven shoppers’ plans to cook meals at home. Alcoholic drinks, flowers and jewellery are also due to benefit from significant growth.
Interestingly, it looks like the government ‘Roadmap’ is providing some optimism. As a nation we’re expected to spend £163m on days out and experiences for mums to take later in the year.
We see how the pandemic, alongside the acceleration of some long-term trends, are reshaping calendar events more broadly in terms of product, sources of inspiration and channels of distribution.
Among people planning to celebrate Mother’s Day:
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