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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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21109 Reports from Euromonitor International

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Ireland

    ... important ancillary revenue opportunity offers – car hire, insurance etc – via the OTA. Euromonitor International's Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Ireland report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Italy

    ... everything goes through online channels, players operating in tourism started changing their communication strategies, investing in order to better recognise their own target public and organise it into defined categories, as a way of providing ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Kenya

    ... rapid growth of online travel sales in Kenya. The growing digital travel space has made room for meta-search engines such as Google, TripAdvisor and Expedia. These meta-search engines are increasingly playing an important role in ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Mexico

    ... agencies and for the direct websites of the different tourism players. One of the main advantages of travel agencies is the personalised service offered, and their ability to create customised holidays and give travel advice; ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Portugal

    ... the country has also underpinned the evolution of outbound flows. After a difficult period marked by economic hardships resulting from several austerity measures that the government introduced, the current economic panorama is extremely different and ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Russia

    ... as the improved relationship between Russia and Turkey. However, Vim-Avia also had an impact on the performance of travel intermediaries, particularly large tour operators, which had to find ways to get around the airline’s bankruptcy. ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Saudi Arabia

    ... Moreover, more consumers are becoming more comfortable with online platforms to conduct transactions. As a result, pure play online travel agencies are leading growth in online travel. Apart from global online travel platforms, such as ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Slovenia

    ... positively contributing to the growth was the improved connectivity of the country and its capital Ljubljana, coupled with the growing interest in travel among locals who increasingly relied on the services of local and international ... Read More

  • Forestry, Wood and Paper in Saudi Arabia

    ... well as food and hotel service providers. In fact, the slight recovery was evident within all of the country’s key economic sectors, having a positive impact on sales to the domestic market. Euromonitor International's Industrial ... Read More

  • Rubber and Plastic in Saudi Arabia

    ... low 0.8% growth rate in 2017. As the main oil sector was experiencing decline due to low oil prices and the OPEC agreement to cut oil output, the government took the initiative to strengthen the ... Read More

  • Textile and Leather Products in Saudi Arabia

    ... public employee wage cuts). Disposable income per capita reached SAR32,279 in 2017, down by 0.2% on the previous year. The introduction of new taxes on expatriate workers and their dependents, coupled with a revamped quota ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Egypt

    ... high level of political uncertainty in the Middle East and African region and exposure to various security threats, Egypt also faced a series of terrorist attacks. This negatively impacted the image of the country in ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Germany

    ... leisure travellers. Furthermore, it is widely agreed that travel-related products and services are usually offered at very reasonable prices, giving visitors good value for money, especially when compared with expensive countries such as Switzerland or ... Read More

  • Chemical Products in Saudi Arabia

    ... 23%, giving a significant boost to turnover and profitability growth. Chemical products’ turnover is expected to continue rising, supported by the petrochemical sector’s increasing production capacity. Output growth is to be fuelled by vast investments ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in South Korea

    ... Olympics in 2018. In 2018, arrivals from China slowly recovered from the significant drop in 2017 due to the political tension with China over THAAD; China is the leading country in terms of inbound trips ... Read More

  • Energy in Saudi Arabia

    ... a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Spain

    ... but increased visits to other Spanish cities, such as Seville and Madrid. Sustained macroeconomic stability and the continuous decline of the unemployment rate also had a positive effect on outbound and domestic travel. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Switzerland

    ... of the Swiss franc. Thanks to abundant snow, inbound arrivals and the number of domestic tourists in Swiss Alpine ski resorts saw positive growth over the 2017/2018 winter season. Euromonitor International's Tourism Flows in Switzerland ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in the Netherlands

    ... the economic development of the Eurozone in general is positive and so this is likely to further support the growth of incoming tourism from both Germany and Belgium. For these two countries, the Netherlands will ... Read More

  • Airlines in Germany

    ... continued to adversely impact the industry in 2018. While the largest airline in Germany, Lufthansa, continues to have its main hub at Frankfurt am Main, Air Berlin’s main hub was at Berlin’s Tegel Airport, while ... Read More

  • Airlines in India

    ... on price than the quality of service. Scheduled airlines continue to be preferred for business and by the affluent consumer base, as these airlines, while generally priced higher have better quality of service in terms ... Read More

  • Airlines in Israel

    ... expanded their routes. For example, EasyJet has new routes from Tel Aviv to Bordeaux, Nice and Lyon. Hainan Airlines added three routes from China to Tel Aviv, Transavia added a new route from Amsterdam to ... Read More

  • Airlines in Morocco

    ... Transport adopted a proactive strategy for airlines in the country. This strategy aims to strengthen the status of the airport in Casablanca, Mohammed V, as an international air hub to and from Central and West ... Read More

  • Airlines in Norway

    ... is over a seven-hour road trip or nearly an eight-hour train ride. This makes domestic air routes look like bus schedules, with a departure every hour for some destinations, helping to ensure that 99.5% of ... Read More

  • Airlines in the Netherlands

    ... allowing Schiphol to grow beyond 500,000 flights per year but in the end decided that it did not want to break its promise to residents living close to the airport. At present, the intention is ... Read More

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