Region: Guatemala
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Guatemala Consumer Goods & Retailing

(75 reports matching your criteria)
  • Mobile E-Commerce in Guatemala

    ... low base. The rising penetration of smartphones, which are used by a far higher percentage of the population than computers, means that the has become an extremely attractive option for companies trying to continue selling ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear Specialist Retailers in Guatemala

    ... of non-essential retail in March. Although most outlets have gradually been reopening over the year, following the government’s attempt to reopen the economy, ongoing virus control measures including social distancing and mandatory mask wearing are ... Read More

  • Direct Selling in Guatemala

    ... close to two thirds of value sales in a typical year. There has been a marked decline in demand beauty products overall, largely as a result of the nationwide curfews, restrictions on socialising and the ... Read More

  • Mixed Retailers in Guatemala

    ... performances by type. Sales via department stores are set to drop by almost a third over the year, partly because of the closure of non-essential retailers in mid-March, but more importantly because of the sharp ... Read More

  • Modern Grocery Retailers in Guatemala

    ... meant consumers were compelled to eat most of their meals at home should have driven up demand for meal ingredients, and although foodservice outlets were more or less reopened (albeit with significant restrictions in place) ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Guatemala

    ... more meals at home in 2020, thanks to the shutdown of foodservice and on-trade outlets in mid-March and consumer reluctance to return to these outlets. This is thanks to the inconvenience of social distancing measures ... Read More

  • E-Commerce in Guatemala

    ... from a low base, and the channel has already been growing at high rates for some time, but the onset of COVID-19 has clearly helped accelerate this trend. Certain categories have benefitted more strongly than ... Read More

  • Health and Beauty Specialist Retailers in Guatemala

    ... health concerns have spiked over the year, unsurprisingly, and as a result chemists/pharmacies and drugstores/parapharmacies saw double digit value growth and an uptick from 2019. These outlets also benefited from the fact that they have ... Read More

  • Retailing in Guatemala

    ... developed countries. Although e-commerce and mobile e-commerce are both set to see strong growth in 2020 and over the forecast period, the closure of non-essential retail outlets at the beginning of the lockdown, and the ... Read More

  • South and Central America: Beds Market and the Impact of COVID-19 on It in the Medium Term

    ... a forecast for its development in the medium term, taking into account the impact of COVID-19 on it. It provides a comprehensive overview of the market value, dynamics, segmentation, characteristics, main players, prices, international trade, ... Read More

  • Guatemala: Smoking Tobacco Market and the Impact of COVID-19 on It in the Medium Term

    ... 2025, the tobacco market in Guatemala is forecast to reach 0.00 million USD (in retail prices) thus staying flat at a CAGR of 0.00% per annum for the period 2020-2025. The average consumption per capita ... Read More

  • Guatemala: Cigarettes Market and the Impact of COVID-19 on It in the Medium Term

    ... cigarettes market in Guatemala is forecast to reach 240.00 million USD (in retail prices), thus increasing at a CAGR of 4.35% per annum for the period 2020-2025. This is a decrease, compared to the growth ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Guatemala, 2020

    ... market size and structure along with per capita and overall consumption. Additionally, it focuses on brand data, retail pricing, prospects, and forecasts for sales and consumption until 2030. The legitimate cigarette market in Guatemala stood ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Guatemala

    ... use of these products tends to be limited to social gatherings or as status symbols and consumption is often limited to weekends. Cigarettes, on the other hand, are regarded as everyday products due to their ... Read More

  • Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco in Guatemala

    ... many smokers are not keen on the strong aromas of cigars and cigarettes. Cigars and cigarillos are too expensive for most consumers in Guatemala and remain niche products. Nonetheless, cigars and cigarillos recorded retail volume ... Read More

  • Tobacco in Guatemala

    ... consumption continues to increase in 2020, albeit at lower rates than those witnessed in 2019. Cigarettes remain by far the most important product within tobacco, largely due to the significantly lower prices than alternative products ... Read More

  • Smokeless Tobacco, E-Vapour Products and Heated Tobacco in Guatemala

    ... secondary smoking. The category remains relatively immature, with the majority of consumers in the middle- to high-income brackets due to the high initial costs of the equipment. Nonetheless, the consumer base is growing among young ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Guatemala

    ... of the review period. Products with a higher average unit price and are perceived to offer more specific properties attract a smaller more affluent urban consumer group. Many consumers in the latter demographic are starting ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Guatemala

    ... the review period, many low- to mid-income consumers did not perceive fragrances as an essential purchase, leading to marginal declines in volume terms for both mass men’s and women’s segments. For many price-sensitive consumers, even ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Guatemala

    ... or products due to economic instability during the electoral year, hair care, particularly the largest categories of shampoos, and conditioners and treatments, are still deemed basic personal care products and therefore demand remained fairly stable. ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Guatemala

    ... mid-income consumers. Many of these consumers have restrictive household incomes which means that price plays an important role in their purchasing decisions, particularly when some categories of beauty and personal care are not perceived to ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Guatemala

    ... most budgets. Local consumers have become increasingly aware of the advantages of maintaining even a basic skin care routine through to more specific products that have expanded into segmentation that include babies and men, with ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Guatemala

    ... colour cosmetics and fragrances, due to the home seclusion trend, as many consumers, restricted by their movements outside of the home environment in addition to concerns over household budgets, deemed the latter categories to be ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Guatemala

    ... is comprised of affluent urban Guatemalans, with a higher level of education, greater disposable incomes and a stronger desire to purchase international brands that they already know from travelling abroad. This consumer group is a ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Guatemala

    ... more cautious in their spending behaviour. Colour cosmetics are not perceived by the majority of lower-income Guatemalans as essential products, and therefore during uncertain times, they are more likely to reduce their usage, or for ... Read More

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