Region: Europe
Category: Consumer Goods

Europe Consumer Goods

(19053 reports matching your criteria)
  • Tourism Flows in Austria

    ... this time, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities were also closed, with only takeaway and delivery allowed. At this time, 40% of the eligible population had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination and ... Read More

  • Lodging in Austria

    ... the limited profit opportunities. A large number of lodgings then re-opened to also welcome leisure guests from 19 May, while others followed several days or weeks later. Over the year, only a small increase in ... Read More

  • Travel in Germany

    ... by strict lockdown measures. Germany is traditionally home to some of the busiest airports and transit stations in Europe, given its central location, and it is one of the most important destinations in the region ... Read More

  • Lodging in Germany

    ... accordingly. However, overall revenues are set to grow slightly in 2021 overall compared with 2020, despite the challenges of the first half of the year. As new COVID-19 cases declined and vaccination rates grew by ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Germany

    ... a third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and an extended lockdown period, which kept all non-essential businesses closed until late spring. This meant that for most travel operators, the first six months of 2021 were ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Hungary

    ... to more normal levels, as society gradually opens up. With increased time spent on screens leading to tired and strained eyes, value sales for standard eye care is expected to increase. Allergy eye care is ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Germany

    ... and subsequent self-care routines. Additionally, hand care appears to be the biggest winner due to overzealous handwashing and use of antibacterial hand sanitisers. In turn, mass products within skin care were more resilient than the ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Germany

    ... value terms. The negative impact of COVID-19 was strongly felt in categories such as colour cosmetics, fragrances and sun care, with all three categories recording the strongest declining value sales in 2020. Lockdowns, store closures, ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Germany

    ... on personal care categories such as bath and shower as well as skin care, particularly those with a mass positioning, including both brands and private label. However, overall sales of mass beauty and personal care ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Germany

    ... as lower consumer confidence, home seclusion and reduced mobility led to a slump in demand for these products. A sizeable proportion of beauty products have a premium positioning, and therefore the sales of premium beauty ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Germany

    ... early days of lockdown resulted in some stockpiling as parents were concerned about the possibility of extended restrictions and empty shelves in retailers. Despite stockpiling at the start of the pandemic, overall demand for some ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Germany

    ... are generally fastidious in their approach to hygiene, but whereas in the past washing hands would suffice the purpose for many citizens, in 2020 heightened hygiene emphasis led to a sudden surge in demand for ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Germany

    ... deodorants emerged as less of a priority for consumers due to home seclusion, fewer occasions for socialising and home office prevalence. Temporary closures of non-essential services due to the lockdowns also meant that local consumers ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Germany

    ... products with the development of the pandemic and as information about it became public, including various claims in the media. One related to claims that using mouthwashes/dental rinses could neutralise the virus and therefore protect ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Portugal

    ... is set to register a return to pre-pandemic levels in volume terms and stronger value sales for eye care due to the increasing prevalence of eye-related problems. The prevalence of dry eyes is growing due ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Germany

    ... or at school, and limited socialising reduced the need and desire to wear cosmetics. Even when leaving the house, restrictions such as the wearing of face masks meant further disruption to the habits of German ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Germany

    ... The closure of gyms and swimming pools in addition to limited participation in sporting activities exacerbated the category’s weak performance, as consumers spent prolonged periods of time at home, further reducing traditional growth drivers such ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Germany

    ... measures, lack of social gatherings and remote work/study measures, the category registered strong declines in both current value and volume terms during 2020, with the exception of the niche premium unisex fragrances which was linked ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Germany

    ... and were restricted to frequent determined locations, which naturally changed their behaviour and reduced demand for some products. The most notably impacted by restrictions was salon professional hair care which witnessed plummeting sales as hair ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Germany

    ... others, a relaxed approach to grooming and one’s appearance became dominant. Therefore, a trend that had already been gaining a base over the review period - beard grooming and unshaven - was intensified, exacerbating the ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Germany

    ... in value sales: consumers attempted to reduce their spending on non-essential items and leaned towards lower-priced alternatives if they did want to purchase sun care. Due to numerous promotions across different channels, the category registered ... Read More

  • Video Games in Western Europe

    ... home, drove video games demand in 2020, with non-essential retail closures not a major problem, as consumers were happy to make their video game purchases online. Growth will remain strong in 2021, with continued lockdowns, ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Ireland

    ... sales of eye care, but demand for these products declined sharply during 2020, in spite of the fact that many people were spending more time looking at screens. The economic shock of the pandemic may ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Austria

    ... more regularly again – after avoiding such trips in 2020 for the most part – which has supported sales of eye care products. Indeed, Austrians have begun restocking their medicine cabinets and/or purchasing eye care ... Read More

  • Online Men's Clothing Retailers in the UK - Industry Market Research Report

    ... stores that have an online presence. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and ... Read More

< prev 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10