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  • Consumer Goods & Retailing: Global DIY and Gardening Retailers

    ... Including turnover data, outlet number outlets, employees figures, address details and management information. Annual figures officially published by the retailers themselves is included in turnover. 2 sources provide reliable data we use these to make ... Read More

  • Australasia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... influenced by high net migration, rising life expectancy and increasing births. Australasia is the most urbanised region in the world and this will continue to be the case in 2030 when more than nine in ... Read More

  • Australia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... the population will continue to shrink in 2017-2030, while the share of older groups will rise rapidly. Net migration will account for over half of population growth in 2017-2030, while foreign citizens are expected to ... Read More

  • Electronics and Appliance Specialist Retailers in Denmark

    ... forecast period at constant 2017 prices, while internet sales of both consumer appliances and consumer electronics experience growth. Stores are struggling to compete with the low prices and convenience offered by the internet, especially as ... Read More

  • France in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... faster than the regional average due to comparatively high, albeit declining, birth and fertility rates, lower death rates and substantial positive net migration. Urban population will continue to grow rapidly, at around twice the pace ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Thailand

    ... modern retail and consumers continue to purchase the latest products, ranging from food to durables. Although it is still in a nascent stage, internet retailing is growing. The increasing number of single-person households has had ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in the United Arab Emirates

    ... in coming years. On the other hand, high income inequality means that not all consumers will see benefits. High internet penetration has resulted in increasing popularity of online shopping and this is expected to continue. ... Read More

  • Protecting the Financial Needs of Today’s Households

    ... key to this has changed from analyzing customers on an individual basis to assessing them based on their life stage and household. Individuals are rarely financially independent:often they will have a partner, children, or parents ... Read More

  • Global Overview of Consumer Expenditure to 2030

    ... markets will rein in their spending amid uncertainties. However, there will still be plenty of opportunities for businesses that can adapt to the changing consumer landscape, which features among other things the rise of single-person ... Read More

  • The Impact of Demographics on European Retailing: 2000-2030

    ... grasp on how the regions in which they are present are evolving, and what the customer base of the future will look like. This report not only outlines the most important changes in Europe over ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in the Philippines

    ... consumer expenditure have increased, particularly among younger, educated urban households. Younger consumers have also helped drive considerable growth of internet and mobile internet retailing. The increasing number of single-person and smaller households is boosting demand ... Read More

  • Italy in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... over this period, as negative natural change becomes more pronounced. Rapid population ageing, driven by low and falling birth rates and increasingly high life expectancy, will be a key feature of population change over this ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Ireland

    ... high household debt and obstacles such as rising house prices. Consumers in Dublin are those most likely to let their optimism boost their spending habits, with many of those in rural areas still struggling. Consumers’ ... Read More

  • Consumer Trends, Attitudes and Spending Habits for the Home - UK - January 2018

    ... in the five years from 2017-22 market growth will slow, as consumers feel a real squeeze on their personal disposable income. Owner-occupiers and those who say that their finances are healthy are the most active ... Read More

  • Marketing to Middle Americans - US - January 2018

    ... is crucial for marketers to understand, given their size, but they can be hard to define because their attitudes and behaviors occupy a middle ground between budget shoppers and affluent consumers. Middle Americans are optimistic ... Read More

  • Brand Overview: BPC - UK - January 2018

    ... terms. Soon, the prospect of buying an off-the-shelf, one-size-fits-all product may become unpalatable to the most heavily engaged consumers, while even mainstream shoppers will start to expect a greater degree of customisation.” – Richard Hopping, ... Read More

  • Consumers and the Economic Outlook - US - January 2018

    ... year. While there have been natural catastrophes and tragedies throughout the US, the economy has generally remained stable and any expert predictions continue to be optimistic." - Jennifer White Boehm, Associate Director - Financial Services Read More

  • Serbia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... a declining number of women of childbearing age causing birth rates to fall further. Serbia has one of the oldest regional populations with those aged 65+ accounting for nearly a quarter of the population in ... Read More

  • Senior Lifestyles - US - December 2017

    ... making them an important segment for marketers to consider. Since their career concerns are largely in the rearview mirror, seniors today are focused on their health, as well as the health of their personal relationships. ... Read More

  • Rise of the She-conomy: Unlocking the Spending Power of Women in Electronics

    ... power of women is driving the rise of the She-conomy. There is no need for all electronics to be customised for females to unlock the spending power of women but they should at least be ... Read More

  • Consumer Types: Mexico

    ... Results are based on responses to Euromonitor’s flagship Global Consumer Trends survey 2016, which includes 28,000 online consumers in 20 countries. Strategy Briefings offer unique insight into emerging trends world-wide. Aimed squarely at strategists and ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Singapore

    ... renewed optimism and encouraged many to release pent-up demand. Online shopping has grown due to the considerable tech-savvy population looking for bargains. High rates of home ownership have supported sustained demand for household-related goods and ... Read More

  • Food and Drink Shopper - US - November 2017

    ... for groceries more in the past year, suggesting the potential for these channels to grow sales share in the coming years. Adoption of shopping online for food/drink remains low, possibly due to the strong connection ... Read More

  • Tapping the Silver Consumer Market

    ... all countries of the world. Businesses that recognise and adapt to this population trend – not only by targeting the current older population but also by focusing on tomorrow’s silver consumers – will be rewarded ... Read More

  • TrendSights Analysis: Situational Complexity - The evolution of consumer life stages and how this is influencing spending intentions

    ... provide a superior and more unique fit for specific consumer segments. Family, career, and life progression is becoming more complex and is defying conventional wisdom. Predictable shifts from one life-stage to the next are also ... Read More

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