Region: Venezuela
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Venezuela Consumer Goods & Retailing

(86 reports matching your criteria)
  • Home Video in Venezuela

    ... than non-connected TVs. In fact, internet connectivity in Venezuela is slower than it is in other countries in Latin America, as regulations over economic transactions, such as controls over imports and exchange rates and quotas ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Venezuela

    ... consumers, a smartphone is good enough for casual pictures and videos, thus reducing the need to carry two separate devices. Demand for camcorders was negatively impacted by video-enabled smart cameras with increasing storage capacity, available ... Read More

  • Make-up Market in Venezuela: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with a top-level overview and detailed insight ... Read More

  • Haircare Market in Venezuela: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with a top-level overview and detailed insight ... Read More

  • Skincare Market in Venezuela: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with a top-level overview and detailed insight ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Venezuela

    ... domestic production of tobacco leaf continued to be threatened by shortages of chemical ingredients and fertilisers, alongside the possibility of drought. As a result, manufacturers of cigarettes were unable to avoid passing on to consumers ... Read More

  • Smokeless Tobacco and Vapour Products in Venezuela

    ... from tobacco leaves which are boiled with baking soda and sugar until the mixture develops a consistency similar to caramel. Chewing chimó remained a custom throughout the years, extending from the most remote areas of ... Read More

  • Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco in Venezuela

    ... cigar manufacturers and distributors targeting mainly affluent consumers (often male adults over 30, who are mainly professionals). This income group can afford to smoke premium cigars, and more specifically imported products which experienced very large ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Venezuela

    ... The negative effects of the crisis were compounded by the fact that with the exception of pet healthcare, most product types in this category were not regarded as essential by pet owners. Even pet healthcare ... Read More

  • Dog Food in Venezuela

    ... consumers. This situation was compounded by a steep drop in consumer purchasing power, which according to Venezuelan polling firm Datanálisis fell by 42% between March 2016 and August 2017. These conditions have compelled many owners ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Venezuela

    ... major barriers in accessing foreign currency since 2016, resulting in significant shortages of cat food products. Some Venezuelans have adapted by feeding their cats with dog food (when it is available) or table scraps/leftovers. However, ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Venezuela

    ... supply. Difficult trading conditions also discouraged new launches by established companies and the entry of new players. The category’s performance was further undermined as Venezuela’s economic crisis continued to erode purchasing power and made people ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Venezuela

    ... that many consumers struggled to afford packaged pet food. This led some dog and cat owners to abandon their pets. However, abandonment was not an option for owners who consider their pets to be members ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Venezuela

    ... of depilatories was adversely affected by rationalisation of portfolios carried out by major players due to the high price of foreign currency, needed to bring packaging, intermediate inputs and final products into the country. Women’s ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Venezuela

    ... but the government failed to give its approval for any price rises for more than two years, thus rendering unprofitable the production of deodorant creams, roll-ons and sticks. Manufacturers decreased production levels and chronic product ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Venezuela

    ... food whilst avoiding less essential items such as colour cosmetics. No recovery in retail volume sales can be expected over the forecast period as long as limited purchasing power continues to dampen demand. Although Venezuelan ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Venezuela

    ... period. Premium products have suffered from limited possibilities for expansion as a result of low levels of disposable income, thus increasing the demand for mass substitutes. Most sales are concentrated in skin care – in ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Venezuela

    ... cosmetics and premium skin care. At the same time, a large price gap between premium and mass fragrances continued to encourage substantial trading down, which resulted in a strong volume fall, driven by men’s and ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Venezuela

    ... power. Both negative movements stem from a recessionary and hyperinflationary environment that has been developing in Venezuela since 2015 and which caught companies short of inventory, resulting in massive shortages of products on retail shelves. ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Venezuela

    ... review period due to a limited allocation of foreign exchange for imports, which caused shortages of raw materials and inputs. In addition, price regulations imposed since 2012 limited the availability of priority products like toothpaste. ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Venezuela

    ... on beauty and personal care products regarded as essential, such as shampoos, 2-in-1 products, conditioners, bar soap, toothpaste, razors and deodorants. For more than two years the government did not authorise manufacturers to adjust prices ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Venezuela

    ... resulted in a temporary increase in supply during the first quarter of 2017. Whilst price regulations made retail prices the same, regardless of positioning, features and ingredients, domestic companies came up with a fairly homogenous ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Venezuela

    ... sun care, whilst the use of self-tanning was minimal, being purchased for special occasions such as outdoor parties and beauty pageants. Tropical climate conditions – due to the geographic location of the country – support ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Venezuela

    ... since consumers are gradually switching away from premium to mass fragrances, which resulted in an overall decline that was not as sharp as the one suffered in 2016. Polarisation in the fragrances category in Venezuela ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Venezuela

    ... largely comprised men’s razors and blades and pre-shave products, which put it in second place in sales value – far behind men’s fragrances, the most valuable category. The offer of premium brands in men’s grooming ... Read More

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