Euromonitor International Research

The world’s leading provider of global business intelligence and market analysis. Euromonitor International has more than 40 years experience of publishing market research reports, business reference books and online information systems.
The company’s wide variety of market reports offer a complete solution for marketing and strategic planning in a wide range of industry sectors. Global reports provide comparable strategic industry analysis across the major global geographic regions -Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Oceania, Africa and the Middle East.
Country reports provide statistics and in-depth analysis of current industry trends in 80 countries across the globe. Company profiles offer insight into the operations and strategies of the leading companies
Euromonitor International specialises in consumer goods market research, including sectors such as alcoholic drinks, cosmetics and toiletries, disposable paper products, electrical appliances, hot drinks, packaged food, household care, OTC healthcare, soft drinks, petfood and petcare and tobacco. Other industry sectors researched include financial cards, foodservice, retailing, leisure and lifestyles and travel and tourism.
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Fast Food in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... food, which comprises more than 50% of the overall fast food category and grew by 9% in value terms. One of the two key drivers of the growth during 2013 was increasing sales in bento ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Rtds/High-Strength Premixes in Malaysia
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... its growth was also hampered by the perception of being a beginner’s drink due to its low alcohol content. With the shift in preferences towards more sophisticated drinks like wine, the demand for RTDs/high-strength premixes ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Beer in Malaysia
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... the adverse impact on the growth of the Duty Paid market, which was already traditionally flat. On a positive note, the rising affluence among consumers in Malaysia shifted the preference of consumers towards more premium ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Cafés/Bars in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... which is the largest category in cafés/bars in value terms. The majority of chained and independent bars/pubs in Japan are called “Izakaya,” which refers to Japanese-style bars/pubs which offer a range of food and drinks. ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Square Enix Co Ltd in Toys and Games (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... in the category. The company has also begun to focus more on digital gaming as the category continues to expand, with Square Enix now in a position to capitalise on growth in digital gaming. Euromonitor ...  |  read more...
USD 150
TOMY Co Ltd in Toys and Games (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... which has been in effect since March 2013. As part of this plan, the company aims to generate stable growth in toys and games in Japan. As the Japanese toys and games industry is the ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Yoshinoya Co Ltd in Consumer Foodservice (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... creating a comfortable environment for various consumer segments, including women and the elderly by renovating existing outlets and choosing locations for new openings to provide consumers with better access to outlets. The third is restructuring ...  |  read more...
USD 150
HTC Corp in Consumer Electronics (World)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... ZTE, Xiaomi and Huawei, in addition to old rivals such as Samsung and Sony, all in a market characterised by slowing growth and declining prices. In this profile, Euromonitor International examines the difficulties facing the ...  |  read more...
USD 520
Full-Service Restaurants in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... was driven by premiumisation. “Abenomics”, which is the current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policy, stimulated consumer spending across industries. Therefore, the number of consumers who are willing to increase their spending on dining out ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Toys and Games in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... each recorded higher rates of decline during 2013 than during 2012. While traditional toys and games continues to suffer from demographic issues and low birth rates, video games is struggling due to the emergence of ...  |  read more...
USD 1,100
7-Eleven Japan Co Ltd in Consumer Foodservice (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... designers and companies operating in other industries. The company aims to boost sales of its private label products from the ¥2 trillion recorded during the fiscal year ending February 2013 to at least ¥3 trillion ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Bandai Co Ltd in Toys and Games (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... set to remain in effect until 2015. Under the theme of “true globalisation”, the company aims to boost sales globally by taking advantage of the strength of the characters from its most famous video games ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Video Games in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... and 2012 and represented a return to the declines of previous years of the review period. This decline was largely due to the underperformance of video games hardware. During 2012, the launch of Nintendo DS3, ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Self-Service Cafeterias in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... performance of leading players. Due to the intensifying competition, however, growth slowed down compared with the previous year. The majority of self-service cafeterias in Japan are chained operators. The expansion of self-service cafeterias in Japan ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Guinness Anchor Bhd in Alcoholic Drinks (Malaysia)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... plans to sharpen its focus on premium beer through evolving its portfolio to carry more established and premium beers. Customer engagement is also becoming increasingly important in influencing the purchasing decision of consumers, particularly Generation ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Spirits in Malaysia
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... adults preferred spirits as social drinks in pubs and bars. As the demand for cocktails increased in 2013, spirits, one of the ingredients in making cocktails, also saw a boost in demand. Euromonitor International's Spirits ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Street Stalls/Kiosks in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... of the increasing spending on dining out among consumers in 2013 was not large enough to shift the downward trend in this category. The majority of these independent street stalls/kiosks are stand-alone operators on the ...  |  read more...
USD 900
McDonald’s Holdings Co (Japan) Ltd in Consumer Foodservice (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... as well as breakfast, improve the quality of services and value of the menu. Second, the company aims to expand its menu offerings and delivery service to meet changing consumer preferences and the growing demand ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Nintendo Co Ltd in Toys and Games (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... in the industry throughout the forecast period. However, the underperformance of the company’s Wii U console has had a negative effect on the company’s core business and in response the company is set to launch ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Alcoholic Drinks in Malaysia
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... premium alcoholic drinks. Consumers were willing to put quality over price in their purchasing decisions. With more hectic lifestyles people are more likely to relax with alcoholic drinks products either at home or outside. Euromonitor ...  |  read more...
USD 1,900
Consumer Foodservice in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... Shinzo Abe’s economic policy, which stimulated consumer spending across industries. With an optimistic view towards the Japanese economy, consumers increased their spending on dining out in full-service restaurants in the middle to premium price range. ...  |  read more...
USD 1,900
Skylark Group in Consumer Foodservice (Japan)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... strategy for growth, the company has announced its plan to renovate outlets to meet consumers’ changing demands. In particular, the company will shift its focus of new opening location from stand-alone to retail and travel ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Winepak Corp Sdn Bhd in Alcoholic Drinks (Malaysia)
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... company plans to broaden its product portfolio by establishing partnerships with premium international spirit companies and by creating its own brand of premium spirits. The company will also increase its marketing efforts to strengthen its ...  |  read more...
USD 150
Cider/Perry in Malaysia
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... alcohol content, cider/perry is well-received amongst light drinkers, particularly women and beginner drinkers. Established brands like Strongbow and Savanna Dry saw a stronger presence in 2013, as evidenced by improved marketing efforts by the brand-owners. ...  |  read more...
USD 900
Consumer Foodservice By Location in Japan
11/14/2014 | published by: Euromonitor International
... Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s economic policy, which stimulated consumers’ buying motivation across industries. This led to a larger number of consumers dining out more often compared with the previous year which benefitted consumer foodservice in ...  |  read more...
USD 900
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