Region: Malaysia
Category: Retailing

Malaysia Retailing

(106 reports matching your criteria)
  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Malaysia

    ... consumer base for designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear) is international tourists, the drop in international tourist arrivals due to border closures lasting throughout 2020 significantly lowered demand for many brands. Furthermore, the country lockdown between ... Read More

  • Luxury Goods in Malaysia

    ... to travel to shop for essentials such as groceries. Furthermore, residents were limited to a travel radius of 10km from their residential home. Since all non-essential stores were forced to close, there was a strong ... Read More

  • Sleep Aids in Malaysia

    ... highly restricted, there is low visibility of such products in retail outlets such as pharmacies. A limited number of products can be found in the country, including 21st Century Herbal Sleep and VitaHealth EziSleep, but ... Read More

  • Top Mobile Payment Service Providers in Malaysia 2020 and their Reaction to the COVID-19 Crisis

    ... by the Governments E-Wallet popularization programs during the outbreak of COVID-19, E-Wallet providers have flourished during the coronavirus pandemic. A survey cited in the report reflects that two-fifths of Malaysian consumers have adopted E-Wallets, ... Read More

  • Malaysia Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... of consumer's reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic. Growth in alcoholic drinks spending willperform well, as consumer spending patterns normalise post-Covid-19. However, we note that several demand-side risks willcontinue to put pressure on non-essential spending over ... Read More

  • Malaysia Consumer & Retail Q1 2021

    ... an improving economic growth in 2021 will feed through to betteremployment figures, supporting household disposable incomes, along with ongoing government stimulus measures. As such, weproject household spending in the country to grow by a real ... Read More

  • Frost Radar™: Malaysian Last-Mile Logistics Market, 2020

    ... buyers but about fulfilling customer demand and experience. Customer behavior and expectations have changed over the last few years, challenging the way courier providers operate and relate to their customers. Creating long-lasting, engaging relationships with ... Read More

  • Malaysia Skin Care Products Market by Type Product Type (Cream, Lotion, and Others), Demographic (Male and Female), Age Group (Generation X, Millennial, and Generation Z), Distribution Channel (Supermarket/Hypermarket, Specialty Stores, Department Stores,

    ... Pharmacies & Drug Stores, and Online Sales Channel): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2027 The Malaysia skin care products market was valued at $764.9 million in 2020, and is expected to garner $1,288.7 million by ... Read More

  • Home Improvement in Malaysia

    ... in turn serving to limit the growth of home improvement. Many young consumers prefer to keep things simple by opting for hassle-free readymade products, while those who want a more personal touch tend to use ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Malaysia

    ... is to replenish they grocery supplies several times per week, often on the way home from work. Shopping in hypermarkets and supermarkets is more likely to be seen as part of a weekly routine as ... Read More

  • Variety Stores in Malaysia

    ... exploring these stores and browsing the myriad unique product offerings they offer. In addition, variety stores are seen as economical options, enabling people to enjoy an interesting and fun shopping experience that does not break ... Read More

  • Home and Garden Specialist Retailers in Malaysia

    ... main reasons for the strong recovery of the category towards the end of the review period is the large numbers of new dwellings that are being completed in the country, which in turn is being ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Malaysia

    ... in store-based retail outlets, with department stores one of the channels hardest hit in this respect. In order to combat the negative effects of this trend, the country’s leading department stores have placed more of ... Read More

  • Retailing in Malaysia

    ... as long-term economic stability supported a general improvement in the finances of many households. In particular, affluent urban consumers are increasingly willing to spend money in non-grocery specialists and mixed retailers. The strongest performances however ... Read More

  • Supermarkets in Malaysia

    ... an affluent and sophisticated urban consumer base who value premium positioning and the rapid expansion of chained supermarkets in major urban areas. Numerous recent openings of upmarket supermarkets under brands such as MaxValu Prime, Jaya ... Read More

  • Warehouse Clubs in Malaysia

    ... supermarkets, discounters, convenience stores, mixed retailers, health and beauty retailers, clothing and footwear retailers, furniture and furnishing stores, DIY and hardware stores, durable goods retailers, leisure and personal goods retailers. There are profiles of leading ... Read More

  • Homeshopping in Malaysia

    ... TV homeshopping programming is still well received by people who are at home during the day, notably housewives and retirees, who are often regular daytime television viewers. Towards the end of the review period, significantly ... Read More

  • Hypermarkets in Malaysia

    ... retail formats such as convenience stores and neighbourhood grocery stores, as well as the spread of smaller supermarkets and the marked increase being seen in consumer interest in food and drink e-commerce. The ongoing decline ... Read More

  • Mobile E-Commerce in Malaysia

    ... Indeed, recent years have seen a proliferation of affordable smartphones, which has made them the device of choice for accessing the internet for many Malaysians, with tablets and computers often seen as too expensive and/or ... Read More

  • Convenience Stores in Malaysia

    ... areas, have translated into greater consumer demand for quick and convenient access to all types of groceries. Furthermore, the introduction of value-added services such as EasyParcel, which enables consumers to send and pick up parcels ... Read More

  • Direct Selling in Malaysia

    ... with the incumbent leading brands struggling to maintain sales and revenues. Historically, direct selling has been seen as an effective channel for consumers to access the latest consumer health and beauty and personal care products. ... Read More

  • E-Commerce in Malaysia

    ... creating an environment of trust and confidence in the use of e-commerce and deepening cooperation among the 10 ASEAN member states to further develop and intensify the use of e-commerce to drive regional economic growth. ... Read More

  • Health and Beauty Specialist Retailers in Malaysia

    ... awareness seen across all consumer demographics, with Malaysians of all ages and income levels increasingly interested in purchasing consumer health products to ensure that they remain healthy and productive. Furthermore, the increasing numbers of urban ... Read More

  • Discounters in Malaysia

    ... Consumer Economic Shop Initiative. This marks a collaboration between the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs and various retailers. As of April 2019, companies involved in the initiative included Tunas Manja Group (TMG), KK ... Read More

  • Food and Drink E-Commerce in Malaysia

    ... to lie ahead. One major advantage that the category holds over regular store-based retailing of packaged food, fresh food and packaged beverages is the greater availability of a far wider variety of products, which places ... Read More

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