Men's Grooming in Slovenia
Men’s grooming saw another year of decline in Slovenia in 2017. Growth continued to be hampered by consumers’ price-consciousness and the culturally inhibited and frugal nature of Slovenians. Furthermore, men are notorious for their pragmatic purchasing behaviour. They are not accustomed to buying male-specific products, especially in categories deemed non-essential. However, this trend is slowly changing, and men are getting accustomed to using more grooming products, although they are still ty...
Euromonitor International's Men's Grooming in Slovenia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2013-2017, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2022 illustrate how the market is set to change.
Product coverage: Men's Fragrances, Men's Shaving, Men's Toiletries.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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- MEN'S GROOMING IN SLOVENIA
- Euromonitor International
- May 2018
- LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
- Male Pragmatism Hinders Demand
- Capacity for Further Growth, Especially in Men's Toiletries
- Value-added Products Set To Stimulate Growth
- Competitive Landscape
- Men's Shaving Is Fragmented
- Large Marketing Budgets Facilitate Successful Product Differentiation
- Private Label and Domestic Brands Are Below the Radar
- Category Data
- Table 1 Sales of Men's Grooming by Category: Value 2012-2017
- Table 2 Sales of Men's Grooming by Category: % Value Growth 2012-2017
- Table 3 Sales of Men's Razors and Blades by Type: % Value Breakdown 2013-2017
- Table 4 Sales of Men's Skin Care by Type: % Value Breakdown 2015-2017
- Table 5 NBO Company Shares of Men's Grooming: % Value 2013-2017
- Table 6 LBN Brand Shares of Men's Grooming: % Value 2014-2017
- Table 7 LBN Brand Shares of Men's Razors and Blades: % Value 2014-2017
- Table 8 Forecast Sales of Men's Grooming by Category: Value 2017-2022
- Table 9 Forecast Sales of Men's Grooming by Category: % Value Growth 2017-2022
- Executive Summary
- Beauty and Personal Care Experiences A Rare Year of Growth
- Consumers Demand Natural Products Focusing on Health
- Shifting Consumer Demand Leads Brands To Scramble To Retain Their Positions
- New Product Launches and Innovations in Line With Major Trends in Slovenia
- Signs of Growing Consumer Confidence Set To Boost Sales Over the Forecast Period
- Market Data
- Table 10 Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: Value 2012-2017
- Table 11 Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value Growth 2012-2017
- Table 12 GBO Company Shares of Beauty and Personal Care: % Value 2013-2017
- Table 13 NBO Company Shares of Beauty and Personal Care: % Value 2013-2017
- Table 14 LBN Brand Shares of Beauty and Personal Care: % Value 2014-2017
- Table 15 Penetration of Private Label in Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value 2012-2017
- Table 16 Distribution of Beauty and Personal Care by Format: % Value 2012-2017
- Table 17 Distribution of Beauty and Personal Care by Format and Category: % Value 2017
- Table 18 Forecast Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: Value 2017-2022
- Table 19 Forecast Sales of Beauty and Personal Care by Category: % Value Growth 2017-2022
- Summary 1 Research Sources