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Region: Pakistan
Category: Consumer Goods

Pakistan Consumer Goods

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  • Dermatologicals in Pakistan

    ... expansion of the young urban middle class and the growing influence of Western culture resulting from increasing access to the internet, and social media in particular. Consequently, dermatologicals manufacturers are operating in an environment in ... Read More

  • Pakistan Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... A series of factors including rising incomes, low devicepenetration rates and a steadily growing demand will underpin the bullish growth outlook. That said, the price-sensitive Pakistanimarket faces a number of risks and challenges including a ... Read More

  • Travel in Pakistan

    ... focus for the Pakistani government, with tourism identified as an important driver of the nation’s growing economy. The new government has taken major steps to increase stability and security and reduce terrorist-related incidents in the ... Read More

  • Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco in Pakistan

    ... and Phillies Cigars. Nevertheless, demand for cigars is still concentrated among a small base of high-income earners in Pakistan. During the review period the booming economic environment helped to strengthen interest in cigars among the ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Pakistan

    ... Duty (FED) of 13%, while Tier 2 and Tier 3 saw increases of 4% and 46%, respectively. Although the FED saw a much more significant increase for tier 3 products, the difference between the tiers ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Pakistan

    ... Duty (FED) of 13%, while Tier 2 and Tier 3 saw increases of 4% and 46%, respectively. Although the FED saw a much more significant increase for tier 3 products, the difference between the tiers ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Pakistan

    ... rising consciousness for beauty and personal grooming and increasing consumer sophistication have driven demand for beauty and personal care brands in 2018. Over the review period, the Pakistani market has proven to be full of ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Pakistan

    ... home remedies have always existed within baby and child-specific products in Pakistan. Most households still rely on traditional home-made natural remedies and solutions for baby care; however, due to rapid urbanisation and busy lifestyles, consumers ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Pakistan

    ... is still not aware of the different specialised products for body care, facial cleansers and moisturisers are understood by all since they are so heavily marketed as well. Leading brands in the category, including especially ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Pakistan

    ... that makes up 57% of the consumer market. A massively growing middle income group with rural-urban migration has brought more people into the consumption net and the rapid expansion of the modern retail landscape in ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Pakistan

    ... spending propensity and willingness of a growing middle income group in Pakistan. Moreover, encouraged by the brand conscious and empowered youth-led consumer market, brands have increasingly invested in distribution and promotional efforts to make brands ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Pakistan

    ... fashion and style in the country is becoming inspired by Western trends. As a result of this globalisation, the Pakistani consumer is now, more than ever before, willing and able to invest in their beauty ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Pakistan

    ... however, is still ripe for growth as traditional alternatives such as Miswak and unbranded oral care powder are commonly used due to lack of penetration and awareness of brands. Moreover, price-sensitive consumers in rural markets ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Pakistan

    ... has five products in one; concealer, blender base, blush, lipstick and powder. The popularity of such all-in-one palettes will prove challenging for brands such as L’Oréal in the category as consumers are expected to increasingly ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Pakistan

    ... China. Consumers are slowly catching on the trend of personal grooming and care and the sophistication in purchasing behaviour is gradually evolving. Hence, mass brands remain dominant in the market as mass consumers, belonging to ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Pakistan

    ... lower income households, most of whom are conservative and/or religious, are still not open to the idea of getting waxed in intimate areas in salons and hence, prefer to do the hair removal at home. ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Pakistan

    ... of local and imported fragrance brands in Pakistan and the swiftly growing network of modern retailers in the country have all helped drive sales of fragrances. Over the forecast period, the urban markets will greatly ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Pakistan

    ... personal care. However, the category remains limited to urban cities as consumer demand is primarily concentrated among young women who are either in educational institutions or are professionals. Increasing influence from celebrities, beauticians and doctors ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Pakistan

    ... in Pakistan. Moreover, consumers in rural areas and smaller towns and cities lack awareness of these products and also do not find a need to invest in their beauty and personal grooming. Hence, rural towns ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Pakistan

    ... use bars as the awareness of liquid and gel formats remains low and the benefit of liquid and gel formats is still not clearly distinguishable in the minds of Pakistan’s consumers. Distribution of body wash ... Read More

  • Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Pakistan

    ... invested in advertising and awareness campaigns to promote the qualities of their products and to encourage mothers to switch to disposable nappies/diapers. With urbanisation and more women joining the workforce many consumers no longer have ... Read More

  • Retail Tissue in Pakistan

    ... the category with modern, urban households being more likely to purchase retail tissue, while in rural areas consumers typically use shared towels. Marketing and awareness campaigns from the leading brands has helped to drive interest ... Read More

  • Sanitary Protection in Pakistan

    ... consumers of these products. As a result, per capita use of sanitary protection amongst 12-35 year-old women continued to increase in Pakistan. Nevertheless, growth was much slower in rural areas where many women still rely ... Read More

  • Wipes in Pakistan

    ... With a high birth rate and a rapidly expanding population coupled with urbanisation the category is likely to see further strong growth over the forecast period, especially as companies promote their products in order to ... Read More

  • Tissue and Hygiene in Pakistan

    ... disposable income the consumer base for these products continues to see rapid growth. Furthermore, despite declining, Pakistan has one of the highest fertility rates in the region which is helping drive demand for products such ... Read More

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