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The Worldpay watchlist

Worldpay asked small and independent retailers across the UK to tell them about the impact technology was having on their business and what they had done or were planning to do in order to embrace it as part of the day to day running of their business.

Responses were broken down by sector and used to rank different high-street business according to the level of threat they perceived, their openness to embracing new technology to meet changing consumer preferences, and the level to which they had already adopted innovations like ecommerce, social media and flexible payment platforms.

The Worldpay watchlist
 
 
 
About the research: About the research - Worldpay conducted and merged two surveys, 247 responses from the membership of the Association of Town and City Managers and 464 GB decision makers in small businesses from the retail industry by YouGov. Fieldwork was conducted between 9th April – 5th May 2016. The survey was conducted online.
 
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