Comparing the US vs UK Direct-to-Consumer Economy

15 Apr 2020 Webinar


Fabiola Da Silva

Business Development Representative


The Subscription Economy is booming. It has grown more than 350% in the last seven years, with the sector increasing revenues 5x faster than the S&P 500. 

More and more companies are recognising the long-term benefits of recurring revenue, whether they decide to lock customers in with curated subscription boxes, access to content or services, or by replenishing consumables.

But what is driving this push towards the end of ownership and the rise of user-ship?

Fabiola Da Silva, Business Development Representative at Attest, is here to explain it all.

We surveyed 2,000 US and 2,000 UK consumers with subscriptions to understand how many the average person has, how much they spend on subscriptions, the types of subscriptions they value most and their overall attitudes to the services. We also looked at how their behaviour might change in future as smart devices are able to make purchases on their behalf.

From the findings, Fabiola will compare US vs UK demographics and answers, so you can understand more about the subscription economy from consumers’ perspective. 

Don’t miss out on:

  • The kinds of direct-to-consumer subscriptions we’re buying, and how much we pay for them
  • Which subscription services and products are the most used and most loved
  • How the direct-to-consumer economy is growing, and how consumer behaviour is changing as a result

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If you have any questions about this webinar, please email Lucy Chapman.

Date & Time

Apr 2020

3 pm BST