[Figure You Should Know] – 50 years old [#ecommerce #luxury #promiseconsulting @printempsetudes]

Chinese consumers in the age group of 50 (or above) tend to make less online purchases than any of the other age groups. We can assume they are not technology-driven users, though it is actually not the case.

According to a report by KPMG (2015), Chinese consumers over 50 years old are barely buying products online, even though 45% of them are quite well-off (RMB 50 000 and higher). Furthermore, 73% of them seems to never purchase products online.

However, they are more likely to make online purchases of services such as hotel reservations (47%), restaurant bookings (35%) or domestic trips (32%), which shows that they are still quite a good niche.

KPMG highlights an issue on that matter: older generations are overlooked by brands in their marketing strategy, although they might be a meaningful niche, especially regarding services.

Source : KPMG

You would like to know more about Promise Consulting? Blog Promise Consulting

Publié par Philippe Jourdan

Philippe Jourdan, HEC, professeur des universités. J'ai fondé en 2000 avec Valérie Jourdan le premier panel d'Internautes français dédiés aux études marketing en ligne. Depuis, notre équipe reste fidèle à notre engagement initial : renforcer le lien entre les belles marques et leurs clients, partout dans le Monde.

%d blogueurs aiment cette page :