Market Research Logo

Department Stores Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Global department store sales are expected to reach $839 billion by 2018. A majority of those sales will come from developing economies.

The retail world for department stores is evolving. As developing countries are entering better economies, new department stores are being built. Because of the popularity of online shopping, department stores are building their websites to share the success.

Department stores are also changing their layout and inventory. In most department stores you can now find a variety of goods besides clothes, including: shoes, jewelry and accessories, cosmetics, glasses, children’s products, glasses, and even home goods. Some department stores are fitting in restaurants and food courts to push consumers to stay longer on premises.

Different regions in the world have majority in categories. Asia-Pacific dominates global retail sales, while North American dominates per-capita retail spending.’s collection of market research studies on department stores in the consumer goods and retailing industry will help you stay competitive and grow in this healthy market. We offer a full array of studies on subjects ranging from department store’s layout and design to specific store segments in the market, including discount, specific inventory based clothing, and select stores. Also is a full library of country-specific studies for retail in different nations.

...Show More ...Show Less

Filter your search

Research Assistance

Join Alert Me Now!

Sign Up

Find out more on our blog

Department Stores Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Global Travel Luggage Market: Analysis By Price Point (Value & Mid-Level, Premium, Luxury), By Distribution Channel (Specialty Stores, Departmental Stores, Internet Sales, Others) - By Region, By Country (2018 Edition): Forecast to 2023

    ... Summary A comprehensive research report created through extensive primary research (inputs from industry experts, companies, stakeholders) and secondary research, the report aims to present the analysis of Global Travel Luggage Market by Price Point (Value ... Read More

  • Department Stores in New Zealand

    ... and held a significant, albeit single-digit, value share of department stores by year-end 2017. While David Jones remains a well-regarded chain of 24 outlets in Australia, with substantial local brand heritage despite its now-offshore ownership, ... Read More

  • Retailing in New Zealand

    ... the continuing economic recovery, improvement in employment level, and a rise in migrants especially in major cities. Rising household disposable incomes also led to a greater degree of consumer confidence, in turn, leading to more ... Read More

  • Retailing in South Africa

    ... under significant pressure, which weighed heavily on the performance of retailers. Many retailers, such as those selling furnishings, apparel and footwear, closed non-performing stores. Despite this trend, retailing continued to perform strongly, attracting new players ... Read More

  • Department Stores in South Africa

    ... retailers in South Africa. This can be attributed to the presence of such outlets in strategic locations. They have gained a strong foothold in South Africa and are now widespread across the country, particularly in ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

    ... wholesalers and manufacturers and onsell them to consumers, generally without changing the products. They also undertake activities like customer service, product merchandising, advertising, inventory control and cash handling. This report covers the scope, size, disposition ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Vietnam

    ... model to save travel time, whilst experiencing excellent shopping and entertainment. In 2017, shopping centres started to offer various entertainment services, such as games areas, cinemas and bowling, along with shopping areas, including department stores, ... Read More

  • Discount Department Stores in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

    ... customer check-out locations. Discount department stores typically purchase products from wholesalers and manufacturers and then sell these products on to consumers. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the ... Read More

  • Discount Department Stores

    ... companies include Kmart, Target, and Wal-Mart (all based in the US), as well as Carrefour and Groupe Auchan (France), Daiso Japan, Lojas Americanas (Brazil), and METRO AG (Germany). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Population growth and consumer spending ... Read More

  • Department Stores in the US

    ... significant investments by department stores in their own online platforms will cannibalise sales. Whilst click-and-collect can help mitigate the effect, online growth will render much of the existing store space obsolete. Bankruptcies will be another ... Read More

  • Retailing in the US

    ... many of the new jobs created were part-time, whilst some people were not counted as unemployed, given that they had maintained that status for an extended period of time. Other factors negatively affecting consumer confidence ... Read More

  • Retailing in Australia

    ... in household credit, encouraged consumers to spend, as the perceived value of their assets increased. However, retailing will face challenging times, as a slowdown in consumption growth is expected in the foreseeable future. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Mixed Retailers in Cameroon

    ... experiencing a sustained period of strong economic growth and development and this is supporting growth in demand for variety stores. However, with the majority of the country’s population still within the low-income bracket, most variety ... Read More

  • Department Stores in the United Kingdom

    ... & Spencer is also causing concern, having reported a slowdown in clothing sales. Internal concerns surrounding the sustainability of the department store business model have also been aggravated by external economic conditions, while high inflation ... Read More

  • Retailing in the United Kingdom

    ... rein in their spending as many have become more price sensitive. This reaction, however, continued to prove beneficial to discounters, internet retailing and fast fashion apparel and footwear specialist retailers, all of which achieved very ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Australia

    ... motivated by experiences, and are willing to jump ship to any retailer, depending on which offers the best experience and the most desired brands at the best prices. It will be vital for department stores ... Read More

  • Retailing in Cameroon

    ... One particularly positive factor has been the diversification of the national economy, which has made a very positive contribution to GDP growth, supporting disposable income increases and allowing consumers to spend money on non-essential items. ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Ireland

    ... country, domestic players control significant value share in the channel. In addition to Dunne’s Stores, domestic brands in the channel include Heatons, Arnotts, Shaws, Brown Thomas and Menarys. There is an increased sense of loyalty ... Read More

  • Retailing in Ireland

    ... and non-grocery channels benefited as consumers were more willing to spend money on higher-quality food and drinks, while demand for non-essential items continues to recover after many purchases were deferred during the economic crisis. Overall, ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Turkey

    ... extensive product ranges – from apparel and footwear to beauty and personal care products – enable consumers to find different product categories in a single location. Additionally, leading department stores successfully expanded their product ranges ... Read More

  • European Retail Briefing - March 2018

    ... includes: Analyst Comment on Leclerc to open 200 strong supermarket chain An overview of the latest European Retail sales Highlights of the latest Retail trend observations across Europe. Monthly headlines and retail news across Europe Read More

  • Retailing in Morocco

    ... the agriculture sector. The consumer price index has gradually increased to 0.3% in the second quarter of 2017 compared to 2016. Growth was mainly attributable to the 1% increase of the non-food products price index ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Morocco

    ... introduction of new entrants and the discontinuation of only one retailer. In addition, consumers are changing their purchasing behaviour and becoming increasingly knowledgeable about the latest trends and different offers. Moroccans carry out substantial online ... Read More

  • Mixed Retailers in Latvia

    ... channel, which has a significant focus on higher-end products, benefited from significant wage growth, as well as the growing consumer interest in shopping sites that present a broad range of products and entertainment opportunities in ... Read More

  • Retailing in Latvia

    ... helped most channels to experience growth during the year, the market saw an ongoing shift from towards large-scale modern formats in grocery retailing, as busy consumers increasingly appreciated the convenience offered by one-stop shopping locations ... Read More

< prev 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10