Region: Europe
Category: General Age

Europe General Age

(29 reports matching your criteria)
  • Estonia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... hasten, putting added pressure on state resources and impacting the consumer landscape as more enter retirement. Urban population will decline at a faster pace than rural population, while Tallinn will be the only major city ... Read More

  • Ukraine in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the median age rising rapidly as the 70+ groups surge, impacting the consumer landscape. The urban population share will continue to expand against the tide of depopulation to make up nearly three-quarters of the total ... Read More

  • Hungary in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... as health issues resulting from unhealthier modern lifestyles, will place added pressure on state resources. Urban population will continue to expand against the tide of depopulation with smaller urban areas benefiting, however Budapest will continue ... Read More

  • Latvia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... regional country by 2030 as the ageing trend accelerates, putting additional pressure on state resources and transforming the consumer landscape further. Urban population, although in decline, will increase its share in total population, while Riga’s ... Read More

  • Belgium in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... rapidly, transforming the demographic landscape. While Belgians live longer than average, health challenges as a result of modern unhealthier lifestyles are increasing. Belgium will continue to be one of the most urbanised regional countries, while ... Read More

  • Finland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... With more than a quarter of the population aged over 65 by 2030 the consumer landscape will continue to transform, while Finland will remain one of the oldest regional countries by median age. Urban population ... Read More

  • Austria in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... diverse with over a fifth of the country made up of foreign citizens by 2030. Ageing will continue to be a key trend and the age old dependency ratio will surge. Vienna will continue to ... Read More

  • Lithuania in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... continue to be one of the oldest regional countries, with population growth occurring almost exclusively in older age groups. Urban population will increase as a share of overall population, while the population of Vilnius will ... Read More

  • Switzerland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... transforming the demographic landscape further. Life expectancy will continue to be exceptionally high, but new health challenges from ageing and less healthy modern lifestyles will emerge. While the urban population will rise rapidly, it is ... Read More

  • Sweden in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... of young people. Life expectancy will continue to climb, remaining one of the highest regionally. Rapid urbanisation will continue with Helsingborg’s population expanding at the fastest pace out of the 10 major cities up to ... Read More

  • Bulgaria in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... European country as the ageing trend accelerates, consequently impacting the country’s demographics. In line with depopulation, the urban population will also shrink, but its share in total population will rise Meanwhile, Sofia will continue to ... Read More

  • Bulgaria in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... European country as the ageing trend accelerates, consequently impacting the country’s demographics. In line with depopulation, the urban population will also shrink, but its share in total population will rise Meanwhile, Sofia will continue to ... Read More

  • Romania in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... be one of the oldest countries in the world as ageing accelerates, with population growth only occurring in some older age cohorts, impacting the country’s demographics. Urban population will increase as a share of overall ... Read More

  • Czech Republic in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... birth rate drops and life expectancy increases, the ageing trend will continue to accelerate. Comparably high standards of living mean that Czechs tend to live longer than their regional counterparts, however ageing and less healthy ... Read More

  • Consumer Types: UK

    ... look beyond standard demographics to create distinct, personality-driven consumer types. These consumer types incorporate many of the diverse attitudes and habits that separate one person from another, even distinguishing among those in the same demographic ... Read More

  • Spain in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... in 2017-2030. At the same time, the Spanish population will age rapidly and by 2030 a quarter of the total population will be aged 65+. Despite growth in urban population, eight out of 10 major ... Read More

  • The Netherlands in 2030: The Future Demographic

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  • Consumer Lifestyles in Italy

    ... “brain drain” is occurring as many young people choose to leave Italy in search of better work prospects. Nevertheless, a growing population of wealthy retirees and a rise in the number of single-person households is ... Read More

  • Ireland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... this relatively strong growth, while positive net migration will account for nearly a third. Dublin is bigger than the next nine cities combined, this will remain the case in 2030 when it will account for ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in France

    ... retirees is driving demand for premium products and leisure services; while the trend towards solo living is fuelling consumption of discretionary items, compact appliances and smaller pack sizes. Social media use is booming, and with ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Denmark

    ... growth in disposable incomes, thus boosting consumer confidence and spending levels. Danes have also been repaying their mortgages at the fastest pace in a decade, leaving them with larger amounts of discretionary income. Euromonitor's Consumer ... Read More

  • The Impact of Demographics on European Retailing: 2000-2030

    ... grasp on how the regions in which they are present are evolving, and what the customer base of the future will look like. This report not only outlines the most important changes in Europe over ... Read More

  • Serbia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... a declining number of women of childbearing age causing birth rates to fall further. Serbia has one of the oldest regional populations with those aged 65+ accounting for nearly a quarter of the population in ... Read More

  • Ukraine in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... that Ukraine's population will continue to decline rapidly in 2015-2030. The urban population will decline at half the pace of the population overall and Kiev will be the only major city to experience population growth ... Read More

  • Croatia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... birth rate and number of women of childbearing age will drop, leading to an increase in natural depopulation up to 2030. Meanwhile, negative net migration will also continue to be a major driver of population ... Read More

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