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  • People will trade privacy for personalisation
  • People will trade privacy for personalisation
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People will trade privacy for personalisation

Research shows that a personalised product is something people are willing to buy into, with 40% even saying they’d provide personal data to get a tailored experience. As a result, brands run the risk of turning customers off if they fail to deliver an offering that isn’t hyper-relevant to them.

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