Global Report

A New Era of Data Openness:
The 2015 Aimia Global Loyalty Lens

The 2015 Aimia Global Loyalty Lens identifies a golden moment for marketers around the world as consumers—led by millennials and Gen Z—share data more openly with companies.

2015 Offers a Golden Moment for Marketers

Making Business Personal

About 2015 Aimia Global Loyalty Lens

Nearly 70% of respondents from France are members of supermarket loyalty programs, as opposed to around 45% of Germans.

With gastronomy also key to its culture, Italy has the highest percentage (73%) of loyalty to supermarkets among all countries studied

Worldwide, supermarket loyalty programs have achieved penetration of 56% on average.


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