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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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20844 Reports from Euromonitor International

   
  • Computers and Peripherals in the Philippines

    ... the development of local talent by overseas gaming companies looking to publish more titles and expand the number of developers. Because of this growth potential, manufacturers such as Acer and Asus will release more gaming ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in South Korea

    ... performance is expected to be seen by digital media player docks, followed by hi-fi systems. The rising popularity of wireless speakers will continue to negatively influence sales of digital media player docks. The constant decline ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Colombia

    ... automobile market declined due to electoral uncertainty, which has seen sales of high-priced goods such as cars stagnate, however, lower interest rates and the slight currency appreciation experienced at the beginning of 2018 have resulted ... Read More

  • Home Video in Hungary

    ... at least one television, and purchases are stimulated mainly by second/third devices or better-quality products. Consumers can choose from a wide range of key features, such as screen size, depth and colour management technologies. Innovative ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Egypt

    ... by a very high percentage of the population as non-essential. Home cinema has officially become considered by the government as a luxurious category, with custom tariffs set at around 90% of final prices; therefore, these ... Read More

  • Home Video in India

    ... internet penetration and the increasing availability of affordable data plans, consumers have embraced the use of video streaming websites. The cost of subscription to these video streaming websites is very affordable and, with a wide ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Hong Kong, China

    ... less upfront cost, as the entire system can be bought in one purchase. Even though wired speakers offer higher audio fidelity, the gap between wireless speakers and wired audio systems is narrowing. Luxury wireless speakers ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Turkey

    ... portable media players. However, thanks to their convenience and mobility, wireless speakers are growing in popularity among young and tech-savvy urban consumers, with overall portable players sales thus starting to recover, despite the drastic fall ... Read More

  • Home Video in Israel

    ... a significant impact on the cost of televisions, with prices of both LCD and OLED sets falling by more than 10%. As a result, despite an overall shift towards higher quality products, which are also ... Read More

  • Home Video in Italy

    ... the expense of LCD TVs. All major players, led by LG Electronics, are investing their efforts into research and innovation in OLED technology, with the exception of Samsung, which is focused on QLED LCD. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Home Video in Japan

    ... to replace their televisions to ensure they have the latest technology, with big screens and high definition. The other is the replacement cycle. There was a huge spike in purchases during the period 2009-2011, caused ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in the United Kingdom

    ... market for desktops is very mature in the UK, with particularly high possession rates. Euromonitor International's Computers and Peripherals in United Kingdom report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the in-home, ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Turkey

    ... period. The rate of decline picked up from 2015 onwards, along with political instability in the country, given the negative impact of the failed coup attempt in 2016, the constitutional referendum in 2017 and the ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Spain

    ... speakers. Consequently, wireless speakers are cannibalising home audio and cinema sales. The decline registered by the category in 2018 marked the continuation of a trend which started in 2012, being down not only to the ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in the Netherlands

    ... cinema and speaker systems. For many consumers, soundbars are easy to install and do not require an audio separate, which would increase the cost and require more space. Because of this trend audio separates also ... Read More

  • Home Video in Colombia

    ... play an important role in contributing to significant growth as consumers will therefore be encouraged to replace their existing televisions with a newer model. As consumers are placing more importance on picture quality, higher concentration ... Read More

  • Home Video in the Netherlands

    ... the year to encourage consumers to buy ultra HD TVs. The increase in 4K content in 2017 and 2018 also saw consumers invest in ultra HD TVs. Meanwhile, OLED TVs continued to see fast retail ... Read More

  • Home Video in the Philippines

    ... The middle class in the Philippines is growing, which means that consumers have more disposable income to purchase consumer electronics such as LCD televisions, which a decade ago were only affordable for high-income households. Secondly, ... Read More

  • Home Video in the US

    ... shift by consumers toward premiumisation. Premiumisation refers to the tendency of consumers to invest more in the things they care about. This applies to home video with regard to the ongoing increase in the sale ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in the United Arab Emirates

    ... set to decline, the category will perform better between 2018 and 2023 than it did over the review period. As innovation continues to focus on features like optical zoom and controllability, mainstream consumers will continue ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Hungary

    ... 3.5 million in 2017, and the average age of vehicles is expected to decline gradually over the forecast period. The need for upgrading in-car entertainment devices arises mainly for older second-hand cars; nonetheless, it is ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in India

    ... in-car navigation systems, which are now being perceived as expensive. In addition, increasing internet penetration and the wide availability of data plans and options provided by telecom operators have impacted demand for in-car navigation systems. ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Indonesia

    ... plug, some people still preferred in-car navigation devices to save their smartphone battery. However, now car manufacturers have installed a USB plug, smartphones have become a substitute product. Indonesians prefer to buy multifunctional rather than ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Italy

    ... is prohibited by law in Italy; nevertheless this is a common use. Communication campaigns from in-car navigators are focused on safety, but apparently this was not enough to invert the trend. Euromonitor International's In-Car Entertainment ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Japan

    ... the feature of popping-up from the dashboard, so that they can have a larger screen, and the screen can move closer to the driver to make it look bigger. With regard to smartphones, it has ... Read More

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