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Lifestyle & Economics Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Find the demographic information you need on lifestyle & economics segmentation. Our collection of market research reports provides insights into product and market trends, analyses, opportunities, projections, sales, and marketing strategies. Specifics on market share, size and growth in the US and global markets are also featured.
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Lifestyle & Economics Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Marketing to Black Moms - US - September 2016

    ...personal responsibilities, she takes comfort in knowing that her village – headed by her mom – will serve as a guidepost and help her make decisions to ensure her children are safe and grow up ... Read More

  • Marketing to Hispanic Moms - US - September 2016

    ...associated with motherhood and managing their households. However, unacculturated Hispanics seem to welcome those challenges and be mentally ready to handle them; as Hispanic moms become more acculturated and their expectations change, Hispanic moms are ... Read More

  • Mass Affluents: Channel Use in Singapore

    ...their retail counterparts. This consumer segment is very comfortable with the online channel and providers will need to maintain a user-friendly platform to meet the banking needs of the mass affluent segment. Security measures overall, ... Read More

  • Population Engines: The Rise of Urbanization; Identifying and understanding the future urban landscape

    ...of global GDP growth in 2015–25. The urban landscape is in the midst of a transformation, with the focus of the urban world shifting east. Cities in emerging regions in Asia will become major hubs ... Read More

  • Emerging Market Households

    ...to emerging markets over the past 15 years, and their impact on local consumption and lifestyles. The focus is on new household values, the impact of urbanisation on consumption, and the evolution of real-estate markets. ... Read More

  • Hispanics' Content Consumption and Sharing - US - August 2016

    ...which allows them to have more control over what, when, and where they watch content; larger devices may be used with family; mobile devices grant Hispanics the opportunity of having some “me” time. For brands ... Read More

  • Profiles of Wisconsin, 2016

    ...user an easy-to-read snapshot of every single place and county in the state, from the biggest metropolis to the smallest unincorporated hamlet. Each profile offers data on History, Geography, Climate, Population, Vital Statistics, Economy, Income, ... Read More

  • Black Haircare - US - August 2016

    ...consumers flock to brands that cater to their specific haircare needs. Despite soft sales, several brands are making inroads within the category with premium priced products sold within traditional retail outlets. Meanwhile, major mainstream and ... Read More

  • Global Mid-Lifers at a Crossroads: Lifestyles and Market Impact

    ...ever. However, with age comes inevitable change - physiological, family-related and work-related. Mid-life is a time for consumers to take stock of their lives and, in some cases, embark on new ventures. This report focuses ... Read More

  • TrendSights Analysis: Sharing; Addressing the consumer need to share products, services, and experiences

    ...also help to alleviate the financial burdens of big ticket products and services. The proliferation of the internet in daily life has taken sharing to the virtual world. It has also reinvented traditional consumer behavior, ... Read More

  • US Consumers in 2025: What’s in Store for Retailers?

    ...be without children. The population will be more diverse and older. Income will be almost evenly divided among Baby Boomers, Generation X and Millennials, but overall, the wealthiest 10% of households will control most of ... Read More

  • Mass Affluents: Channel Use in the UK

    ...average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target. Key Findings Websites are the main research channel for ... Read More

  • Mass Affluents: Attitudes and Needs in Singapore

    ...average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target. Key Findings Mass affluents in Singapore hold significantly more ... Read More

  • Malaysia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...fall in natural change after 2017 and lower rates of net migration than experienced in previous decades, it will still be higher than most countries in Asia Pacific. Rapid growth of the 60+ age groups ... Read More

  • Brazil in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...whilst younger age groups will decline. As birth and fertility rates fall and life expectancy increases, the median age will rise briskly. The urban population will rise rapidly in 2015-2030 and by 2030 87.9% of ... Read More

  • Mass Affluents in China: Product Holding and Preferences

    ...than average, maintain higher levels of savings and investments, and are more likely to use added-value services. This makes them an attractive and profitable segment to target. Key Findings Mass affluents are more inclined than ... Read More

  • Mass Affluents: Channel Use in Australia

    ...online channel they are not yet embracing mobile as much as the retail segment. This will change, however, and authorized deposit-taking institutions need to be ready for this with apps that can accommodate them. This ... Read More

  • Philippines in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...growth will slow during this period as birth and fertility rates drop and life expectancy increases, producing the most pronounced growth in older age groups. Net migration has been negative for over three decades, a ... Read More

  • Peru in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...in 2015-2030 as net migration remains negative. Despite rapid growth in older age groups, Peru will still have a relatively young population in 2030 with nearly 60% of the population made up of under 40s ... Read More

  • Black Consumers and Beauty Products - US - July 2016

    ...engaged consumer segments will also be important for market growth." - Fiona O’Donnell, Director – Multicultural, Lifestyles, Travel and Leisure This report looks at the following areas: Black women rate their skills using beauty products ... Read More

  • Hispanics and Beauty Products - US - July 2016

    ...oriented, and their willingness to experiment and try new products makes achieving brand loyalty difficult. As brands aim to connect with Hispanic women and become part of their consideration set, it is not easy to ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Chile

    ...“era of consumerism” in the country, where digital goods and services, branded products and household durables have become part of the everyday lives of most Chileans. Euromonitor's Consumer Lifestyles in Chile report analyses factors influencing ... Read More

  • Kenya in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...the female childbearing population as well as high, yet falling, birth and fertility rates. Despite a faster pace of population growth in the 40+ groups in 2015-2030, over three quarters of the total population in ... Read More

  • Hispanics: Demographic and Consumer Spending Trends, 9th Edition

    ...has been growing faster than the number of non-Hispanic households. Second, average spending by Latino households has increased more than average spending by non-Hispanic households. These two basic variables (more rapid household growth + higher ... Read More

  • Hong Kong, China in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...growth over this period. The decline in most younger age groups and increase in older groups, influenced by falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy, will continue to push up the median age in 2015-2030. ... Read More

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