Region: Venezuela
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Venezuela Consumer Goods & Retailing

(86 reports matching your criteria)
  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Venezuela

    ... volume trend began in 2014, driven by lower product availability caused by price ceilings on hair products and some toiletries. In 2017, access to foreign currency was not an issue, but it had to be ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Venezuela

    ... Venezuelan government in 2012 caused large supply losses because the ceilings set were not adjusted for more than two years, making its production unprofitable. After shortages became intolerable, the government eased price regulations during the ... Read More

  • Retail Tissue in Venezuela

    ... of foreign exchange. The fall in domestic production has led to significant shortages in basic categories such as toilet paper. As a result, “other” imported brands are also being sold in the country by traders, ... Read More

  • Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Venezuela

    ... registered a volume decline following the downwards trend that began during the review period, due to the decline in supply, but also in demand from horeca clients. According to Fenahoven (Federación Nacional de Hoteles en ... Read More

  • Retail Adult Incontinence in Venezuela

    ... is getting older, and adult incontinence products are increasingly needed by a significant segment of the population. Demographic trends, with the population over 65 growing at an annual average rate of 5%, indicate that there ... Read More

  • Sanitary Protection in Venezuela

    ... down from 171 units per person in 2013. This was due to the lack of foreign currency to import raw materials and finished products. Volume sales remained in decline, as governmental efforts to improve the ... Read More

  • Wipes in Venezuela

    ... which leads the category – due to operational problems such as a lack of raw materials and packaging shortages negatively affected overall production. The limited and erratic allocation of foreign exchange, coupled with the subsequent ... Read More

  • Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Venezuela

    ... use of nappies/diapers/pants decreased compared with 2012 due to the lack of foreign currency to import raw materials and finished products. Under such a tough business environment, manufacturers were unable to meet local demand, with ... Read More

  • Tissue and Hygiene in Venezuela

    ... demand. The volume decline of tissue and hygiene was greater in 2017 than the review period annual average. Domestic manufacturers continued to be hampered by raw material shortages, in turn leading to reduced availability of ... Read More

  • Apparel Accessories in Venezuela

    ... old accessories. In general, men and women dress casually and the use of apparel accessories is not frequent. Only a small percentage of working positions require formal outfits, so most males go to work wearing ... Read More

  • Apparel and Footwear in Venezuela

    ... food shortages prevent consumers from increasing spending on apparel by dedicating their income to more pressing purchases such as food and basic services; consumers can either skip or delay purchases of apparel and footwear. Trading ... Read More

  • Hosiery in Venezuela

    ... The intermittent presence of products and brands has developed into nervous purchasing because consumers fear not finding the same products in the future and believe that the lack of availability will become permanent. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Sportswear in Venezuela

    ... wide range of ages, although most of the activities are largely popular among people in the age range 30-50 years. Greater female participation has resulted in an increasing trend in the sales of sports clothing ... Read More

  • Childrenswear in Venezuela

    ... year and Christmas season. Another special time of the year for apparel purchases is the beginning of the school year in September, when parents focus their purchases on items that are required by schools as ... Read More

  • Footwear in Venezuela

    ... products and raw materials; and from the demand side, as households’ budgets lost purchasing power to inflation. Venezuelan consumers are dedicating larger portions of their incomes to purchasing of food and basic services putting apparel ... Read More

  • Jeans in Venezuela

    ... most of the population prefers a casual look even in the working place. Consumers wear jeans when studying, shopping and working but also when going to the cinema, meeting friends or visiting a restaurant. Moreover, ... Read More

  • Menswear in Venezuela

    ... as they have not been able to replenish their inventories after President Maduro commanded all apparel stores cut their prices by 10-50% during the last quarter of 2015. Import restrictions caused obstacles to product availability ... Read More

  • Womenswear in Venezuela

    ... Maduro commanded all apparel stores to cut their prices by 10-50% during the last quarter of 2015. On average, womenswear imports fell by 50% in 2017 following a decrease of 30% in 2016. All subcategories ... Read More

  • Bleach in Venezuela

    ... way they marketed their products to highlight a multi-purpose benefit instead of promoting them as purely bleach products. In this way, they were able to avoid the regulation and adjust prices upwards in 2017. For ... Read More

  • Home Insecticides in Venezuela

    ... to take their own precautions to prevent mosquito infestation within their homes. Euromonitor International's Home Insecticides in Venezuela market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national ... Read More

  • Surface Care in Venezuela

    ... price controls imposed in 2011, specifically in home care disinfectants, discouraged manufacturers from maintaining steady production levels. The price increases authorised by the government from 2011-2015 were insufficient to compensate for increases in product cost ... Read More

  • Dishwashing in Venezuela

    ... price regulation implemented by the government in 2012 in a large number of home care categories (including hand dishwashing) made it unprofitable to compete in the category. As a strategy to avoid the regulation, companies ... Read More

  • Polishes in Venezuela

    ... polish, metal polish and shoe polish in Venezuela over the forecast period will remain the limited access to foreign currency to import either finished products or raw materials. As long as companies continue to have ... Read More

  • Toilet Care in Venezuela

    ... have a high component of imported products and availability was threatened by lower allocation of foreign exchange. Dealing with limited resources for imports, companies in toilet care and home care moved to strategies of portfolio ... Read More

  • Air Care in Venezuela

    ... erratic foreign currency allocation. As such, players could only import a small quota of air care products. Euromonitor International's Air Care in Venezuela market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of ... Read More

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