The Future of Payments Study US
daVinci Payments conducted a US national study to identify how COVID 19 shelter in place has impacted the way people are making and receiving payments, and the impact those changes will have on the 2020 Holiday Season and the next 12 months.
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THE FUTURE OF PAYMENTS STUDY UK
daVinci Payments conducted a UK national study to identify how COVID 19 shelter in place has impacted the way people are making and receiving payments, and the impact those changes will have on the 2020 Christmas Shopping Season and the next 12 months.
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Recession Marketing Spend Study
We conducted a qualitative national study to better understand how marketers anticipate spending during a recession and the impact on total marketing budget and services.
Dude Goes Shopping Study
Find out how men are shopping and how to get more of their interest and loyalty. Download your free copy for insights on –
- When and where they shop,
- How they make purchase decisions and
- Best ways to capture their attention and build loyalty
Insights identify how Gen Z and Millennials find new brands and the type of incentives that motivate them most to recommend them.
Gig Worker Study
Find out who works gig economy jobs and the motivators that make them loyal to employers.
New Study from daVinci Payments Shows What’s Driving Prospective Vehicle Buyers
To Increase high-value customer engagement, dealerships should consider low-cost virtual incentives.
Women's Shopper Study
This study covers female shoppers and their spend choices as they continue to push for greater convenience and price value online. Click the link below to find out how nearly half of respondents are intending to make over 50% of this years holiday purchases online and other insights!
7 Wonders Of Gen Z Shopping - Millennium Forum White Paper
This overview for Millennium Forum provides insights into how Gen Z and Millennials make brand purchases to shop much differently than prior generations. The observations sited here are from recent national studies conducted by daVinci Payments in the US.
Gen Z at Work Incentivizing Employee Buy In With Recognition and Rewards - SHRM White Paper
Despite historic low unemployment, 70 percent of American workers can be characterized as “not engaged” or—worse—“actively disengaged.” Research undertaken by daVinci Payments reveals a profound connection between workplace recognition and rewards programs and employees’ personal fulfillment, which drives employee and organizational purpose.
This quick read produced for SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) highlights key, low level investments that can transform disengaged employees into your most loyal performers.
NAVIGATING GLOBAL PAYMENTS gUIDE
Delivering world class global payments that can scale with your business requires a keen understanding of international transactions.
This very quick read on the 8 most important factors to consider for a global prepaid program can assist you in avoiding unexpected issues.
Employers can dramatically improve retention, productivity and recruiting by providing smaller value rewards and recognition programs using prepaid cards that can be spent anywhere.
Gen Z & Millennial Work Recognition
Employers can dramatically improve Gen Z and Millennial retention, productivity, recruiting and brand advocacy by emphasizing employee "Personal Fulfillment".
Gen Z and Millennials Looking For Greater Value From Name Brands Before And After Purchase.
18-29 year-old consumers are influencing how all generations shop smarter and more consciously with phones in hand, quickly determining and demanding the greatest total real value available. They rely much less on famous name brands to simplify their purchasing decisions than prior generations.
Gen Z and Millennials Put 3-R’s in the Cards For Multifamily Rental Properties.
The 3-R’s,” Recruiting, Retaining and Referrals, are central to growth for multifamily rent properties across the country, as inventory outpaces demand in many major markets and renters are moving more often.