Euromonitor International

Involved in publishing, market research, business reference and online information systems for over 40 years, Euromonitor International is recognized as a leading provider of global business intelligence and market analysis.

Euromonitor creates global reports for Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia­Pacific, Oceania, Africa and the Middle East. The company creates market reports used for marketing and strategic planning in all sectors of industry.

Country reports look at statistical data and current industry trends for 80 countries globally. Company profiles highlight insights of leading companies regarding operations and strategies. Specializing in market research for consumer goods which includes the following sectors: alcoholic beverages, cosmetics, toiletries, disposable paper products, electrical appliances, packaged foods, hot and cold beverages, household products, OTC healthcare, pet foods, pet care and tobacco. Industry sectors include: financial services, food service, retail, leisure, lifestyles and travel/tourism.
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30558 Reports from Euromonitor International

   
  • World Market for Personal Accessories

    ... discretionary nature of personal accessories caused this category to be more negatively impacted, as consumers focused on buying essentials in times of adversity and lifestyle disruptions. Consumers who continued to purchase accessories online accelerated the ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in New Zealand

    ... out takeaway services and deliver prepared food through in-house or third party delivery services such as Uber Eats and Menulog as long as the services were contactless when the country moved to Level Three lockdown. ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in New Zealand

    ... pandemic, travel locations suffered a steep decline in sales in 2020. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice by Location in New Zealand report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Mexico

    ... declines which therefore impacted the overall channel’s performance; prior to the pandemic, bars/pubs had been recording impressive growth rates, particularly chained outlets, with many of these establishments attempting to diversify the experience that they offer ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in the Philippines

    ... value sales, the most impacted categories were cafés/bars, followed by full-service restaurants, street stalls/kiosks and then limited-service restaurants. Changes in consumer habits due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) lasted throughout the year, since the Philippines had one ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in the Netherlands

    ... in the spring and autumn meant all consumer foodservice outlets had to close, except for takeaway and home delivery. Some outlets decided to keep their businesses closed even when outlets were allowed to reopen, especially ... Read More

  • Soft Drinks in Myanmar

    ... offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2016-2020), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Mexico

    ... on Mexican consumer foodservice in 2020, forcing many outlets to close. The most impacted channels were bars/pubs (which rely on eat-in customers) and street stalls/kiosks; although sales through the latter are dominated by to-go options, ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in New Zealand

    ... customers. The pandemic resulted in steep declines for outlets which did not have sufficient digital capabilities to ensure home deliveries and takeaway services after the nation moved to Alert Level Three early in 2020. The ... Read More

  • Agriculture in Canada

    ... their production yields. To illustrate, according to national statistics, production of wheat advanced by 7.7%, barley by 3.4% and lentils by 20.4% in volume terms in 2020 compared to the year before. Furthermore, Canadian agricultural ... Read More

  • Household Goods in Canada

    ... which included closing retail stores selling non-essential goods. Furthermore, a sharp decline in consumer demand due to growing uncertainty and unemployment levels, contributed to the plummeting revenues, jewellery being considered discretionary goods. Even though the ... Read More

  • Transport Equipment in Canada

    ... in 2020 to almost 1.8 million units. The decline was largely caused by the COVID-19 pandemic which disrupted supply chains and almost brought the entire car industry in Canada to a halt during the first ... Read More

  • Recreation, Entertainment and Arts in Canada

    ... the COVID-19 pandemic. To contain the pandemic from spreading domestically and to curb the rapid growth of COVID-19 cases, which towards the end of 2020 fell just short of 600,000 in total, the Canadian government ... Read More

  • Forestry, Wood and Paper in Canada

    ... the industry also suffered from the subdued exports as the tariffs to the US remained high and limited Canadian international competitiveness. On top, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Canada’s economy hard, weakening business confidence and corporate ... Read More

  • Food, Beverages and Tobacco in Canada

    ... food purchases provided the key driving force for the industry, as Canadians were left to home cooking in light of temporary restrictions on foodservice activities, such as restaurants and cafés. Nevertheless, as the pandemic has ... Read More

  • Healthcare and Social Services in Canada

    ... services provision. In addition, according to a study by Angus Reid Institute, pharmaceuticals prices and other related healthcare costs were too high for more than a quarter of Canadians, leading to numerous households enduring the ... Read More

  • Rubber and Plastic in Canada

    ... manufacturers in 2020. However, due to the rapid spread and headwinds caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian producers had to face significantly lower demand from abroad, and hence, decreasing revenues in 2020, from a year ... Read More

  • Construction and Real Estate in Canada

    ... workers’ layoffs. Elevated microeconomic uncertainty alongside loss of household disposable income led to deterioration of demand for new residential construction during the first quarter of 2020. Moreover, strict personal safety and social distancing measures imposed ... Read More

  • Utilities and Recycling in Canada

    ... electricity demand fell by 5% in 2020 compared to the year before, induced by social distancing measures such as mandates to close or curtail operations for non-essential goods and services establishments. The dramatic reductions in ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in New Zealand

    ... due to the lockdown and social distancing measures, which greatly reduced outdoor activities and gatherings as well as time spent in shopping centres during the pandemic. Euromonitor International's Street Stalls/Kiosks in New Zealand report offers ... Read More

  • Hi-tech Goods in Canada

    ... the business-to-business (B2B) demand, which is the main segment for the Canadian hi-tech goods companies, was hampered by the slowing economic activity and declining consumer purchases around the world. In 2020, gross fixed capital formation ... Read More

  • Energy in Canada

    ... Saudi Arabia and Russia after the suspension of the OPEC+ production limitation agreement in March 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic further paralysing the consumption of crude oil and refined petroleum products over the first half ... Read More

  • Finance and Insurance in Canada

    ... a number of measures to contain the pandemic, including social distancing protocols, widespread business closures and travel restrictions, hindering economic activity in the country. In addition, the government implemented fiscal stimulus measures to support households ... Read More

  • Education in Canada

    ... travel restrictions, while a sudden shift from the classroom to online learning widened educational inequalities. In order to support students and teachers during the pandemic, the government introduced various fiscal measures, such as the Canada ... Read More

  • Information and Communications in Canada

    ... largest hit was taken by the telecommunications category, which suffered from sluggish business activity and businesses’ downtime. Although the pandemic was driving up digital communication channels, free online services dominated causing further stress on traditional ... Read More

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