Gaelic is the first official language of Ireland, with 25% of the population claiming to speak it. But can that true? To put it to the test, Manchán Magan set off round the country with one self-imposed handicap - to never utter a word of English.
Consumers in 2030 asks ‘what might consumers need from Which? in 2030?’ The result of a partnership between Forum and Which?, it aims to spark debate about the changing needs of UK consumers in the 21st century among policy-makers, think-tanks, regulators, politicians, consumer brands and consumers themselves. It shares research and projections about what life might be like for UK consumers, and gives us a window into future needs, opportunities, issues and markets by imagining five products and services we could find at home. It uses a detailed historical analysis of consumer trends from the mid-1950s to the present, modelling these trends forwards to 2030. Forum worked with Which? to ‘flex’ the model to include the potential impact of behavioural shifts and uncertainties about the future, and to explore the practical implications for home life. The report explores how a low growth UK economy could interact with mega trends like resource scarcity, collaborative consumption, demographic aging and immersive technology to shape consumer markets over the next 17 years.
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