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Business un-usual at BMi ResearchBMi Research continues to operate and is doing everything in its power to ensure that clients continue to receive reports and insights during the enforced 21-day lockdown period. As a proudly South African business we fully support the government's initiatives to flatten the curve of the rate of transmission of the coronavirus and impose a country-wide lockdown while at the same time acknowledging the impact that this will have not only on our own business, but also that of many of our clients. 6 Apr 2020 Read more

2019 JBX and Jackalberry Challenge nears the R1m mark in fundraisingSpurred on by a worthy cause, cyclists traversed hundreds of kilometres during the 2019 JBX and JackalBerry MTB Challenges to raise over R750,000 for the Ubuhle Christian School in Bronkhorstspruit. 12 Feb 2020 Read more

Jenni-Ruth Coggin joins BMi Research as key account managerBMi Research, a valued insights partner to blue chip companies, has appointed Jenni-Ruth Coggin as a key account manager. 4 Feb 2020 Read more

In high spirits: strong consumer trends yield positive gains in spirits, FAB sectorsInnovation, and an increasingly creative response to pressing social, health and environmental issues are driving major consumer trends in South Africa's alcohol beverage sector. 17 Dec 2019 Read more

RTD iced tea category declinesA recent BMi Research report confirms that the RTD iced tea category recorded the second consecutive decline since 2017. It is believed that the category is losing share to other non-alcoholic beverages which are relatively cheaper on a rand per litre basis. The strained economy is also hypothesised to have impacted the performance of the category by reducing the disposable income of consumers. Therefore, consumers are looking for alternative ways to stretch their budgets by substituting certain expensive products for more affordable ones. 30 Sep 2019 Read more


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