Region: Africa
Category: Consumer Goods

Africa Consumer Goods

(2795 reports matching your criteria)
  • Soap, Bath & Shower Products in Nigeria (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Soap, Bath & Shower Products in Nigeria is given in NGN with a minimum of five years' historical data. Market ... Read More

  • Travel in Algeria

    ... land borders were closed and flights were grounded. All hotels and retail outlets, including travel agencies and car rental facilities were closed, and consumers remained largely restricted to their homes except in cases of essential ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Tanzania

    ... becoming increasingly aware of the importance of minimum levels of daily physical activity in order to maintain good health. Activity wearables are perceived as helpful in doing this, which is appreciated by Polish consumers. Consumers ... Read More

  • Sun Care in South Africa (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... Market value is based on sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. It includes mass market and prestige lines but excludes sales to the professional sector, such as beauty/tanning salons. Market size for ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Egypt

    ... while demand for portable media players has continued to decline due to the rising trend for using mobile devices such as smartphones with similar functions instead of purchasing additional electronics. Wireless and Bluetooth speakers have ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Egypt

    ... perception had continued to influence its overall performance towards the end of the review period with declining demand, a trend which continued into 2020 with varying results. Ongoing rises in unit prices due to a ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Egypt

    ... now offer consumers in terms of high resolution built-in camera or improving video recording quality. With local consumers, particularly younger generations, using their smartphones for a wide range of applications, their convenience in terms of ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Egypt

    ... in Egypt. Increasing pressure on disposable incomes due to employment concerns resulted in greater discretionary spending, with many Egyptians prioritising essential goods and services including groceries and medicine. The early closure of manufacturing plants in ... Read More

  • Home Video in Egypt

    ... demand remained notable earlier in the year as consumers continued to invest in home entertainment as they were forced to remain at home for several months. The rising trend for streaming content through online platforms ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in Egypt

    ... young consumers. The category continued to be dominated by demand for smart wearables going into 2020, despite its higher than average unit price compared to activity bands, but the former’s ability to connect with smartphones ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts - The Gambia

    ... the economy will be devastated. Tourism and tourism-related activities accounted for nearly 17% of GDP in 2019 and this year will see a deep contraction in the sector. Our latest projections point towards just over ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Uganda

    ... and Personal Care in Uganda report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the ... Read More

  • Home Video in Nigeria

    ... saw negative growth, with LCD TVs seeing a turnaround from the positive performance of the previous year. Recent new entrants also led to increased competition, with consumers increasingly making purchasing decisions based on factors such ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Nigeria

    ... from 2019. Furthermore, working from home and significantly reduced ability to socialise due to the pandemic also acted in favour of wireless speakers. This was underpinned by consumers’ increasing preference for mobile phones. Wireless speakers ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Nigeria

    ... to a combination of factors, including supply chain issues and changing consumer requirements, as citizens were forced to increasingly adopt working from home practises, and drastically reduce time spent socialising. This increase in working from ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Nigeria

    ... in paid employment served to maintain demand to some extent, as they equipped and beautified their homes with trending home audio and cinema devices. The home cinema and speaker systems category saw the healthiest performance ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Nigeria

    ... hit digital cameras both due to its economic impact, and as consumers stay at home. Volume sales thus slumped significantly in 2020. However, pre-COVID-19 SLR cameras were gaining popularity among photography enthusiasts, with this format ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Nigeria

    ... that most cars are imported with already built-in car entertainment devices. Furthermore, strong competition from the usage of Google maps on smartphones and consumers preference impeded the growth of in-car navigation at the end of ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in Nigeria

    ... prices and non-essential nature. These factors were underpinned by the economic impact of COVID-19, which resulted in consumers having to focus on more essential needs. The high cost of importing wearable electronics despite low demand ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in South Africa

    ... audio and cinema players. Conditions only began to improve from 1 May as the country moved from the hard lockdown into level 4, which permitted selling consumer electronics from essential retailers. E-commerce players were able ... Read More

  • Home Video in South Africa

    ... COVID-19 outbreak. On 26 March, a hard lockdown was imposed on the country, with this including a ban on the sale of non-essential products, either in stores or online, which meant a massive loss of ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in South Africa

    ... the ban on selling non-essential products in lockdown. Also, devices already purchased were used much less during this time because photographers/videographers had much less leeway to go outside to take photos and videos. Moreover, consumers’ ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in South Africa

    ... 2020 as a whole. The product formats within wearable electronics are growing from a small base, which explains volume sales often rising by triple digits over the review period. However, the health and wellness trend ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in South Africa

    ... processed food and drink, medicine and cleaning supplies. This meant that sales of “non-essential” products such as alcohol, tobacco, fresh food, apparel and consumer electronics were prohibited from 26 March to 1 May. While e-commerce ... Read More

  • Seychelles: Cigars and Cigarillos Market and the Impact of COVID-19 on It in the Medium Term

    ... 2025, the cigars market in Seychelles is forecast to reach 0.18 million USD (in retail prices) and decreasing at a CAGR of -9.64% per annum for the period 2020-2025. This is a decrease, compared to ... Read More

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