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Trials of New Databases for Spring 2024

by Cath Mapstone on 2024-02-12T13:23:37+00:00 | 0 Comments

Library Services are pleased to announce two new database trials! Read on to find out more.


WGSN Consumer Tech

WGSN Consumer Tech is a consumer technology trend forecasting service. It includes consumer and lifestyle forecasts and inspiring product design direction, from real-time to ten years ahead, covering home tech, work tech, personal tech and auto tech. It also includes reports from trade shows and webinars across key industry topics. Used across industries, WGSN Consumer Tech helps companies create products that consumers want.

Available: via Database A-Z list under WWorth Global Style Network. Register and then select Consumer Tech tab.

Running: 1st November 2023 – March 2024.

Feedback form: WGSN Databases Feedback Form

Most relevant to: CST and CSAD (Product Design)


WGSN Food & Drink

WGSN Food & Drink is a trend forecasting service, which allows users to create products consumers want. It examines consumer behaviour and lifestyle from two to ten years’ time, covering food, drink, ingredients, cuisine and flavour, packaging, and health and wellness. There are reports from food and drink and product and packaging trade shows, and daily inspiration on key emerging trends.

Available: via Database A-Z list under WWorth Global Style Network. Register and then select Food & Drink tab.

Running: 1st November 2023 – March 2024.

Feedback form: WGSN Databases Feedback Form

Most relevant to: CSSHS (Food Science) and CSAD (Ceramics and Artist Designer: Maker)


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