Region: Africa
Category: Technology & Media

Africa Technology & Media

(1535 reports matching your criteria)
  • Home Audio and Cinema in Egypt

    ... perception had continued to influence its overall performance towards the end of the review period with declining demand, a trend which continued into 2020 with varying results. Ongoing rises in unit prices due to a ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Egypt

    ... industry which yielded highly affordable data packages, making mobile internet available to the masses. Many consumers used to purchase their smartphones from other countries such as the United Arab Emirates, but this scenario has changed ... Read More

  • Portable Players in Egypt

    ... while demand for portable media players has continued to decline due to the rising trend for using mobile devices such as smartphones with similar functions instead of purchasing additional electronics. Wireless and Bluetooth speakers have ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Egypt

    ... in Egypt. Increasing pressure on disposable incomes due to employment concerns resulted in greater discretionary spending, with many Egyptians prioritising essential goods and services including groceries and medicine. The early closure of manufacturing plants in ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Egypt

    ... convenience that these devices offered. However, a continual rise in unit prices in 2019 due to import tariffs on a wide range of products, including electronic devices, made it an increasingly difficult environment for leading ... Read More

  • Home Video in Egypt

    ... demand remained notable earlier in the year as consumers continued to invest in home entertainment as they were forced to remain at home for several months. The rising trend for streaming content through online platforms ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in Egypt

    ... measures, demand for in-car entertainment in Q2 was greatly reduced due to limited travel opportunities in Q2. This resulted in strong retail volume declines for in-car navigation and in-car speakers, although demand for both had ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in Nigeria

    ... consumers, particularly given the increased number of people working from home as a result of the pandemic. Meanwhile, the negative growth of the desktops category seen in 2019 became even more notable in 2020, as ... Read More

  • Home Video in Nigeria

    ... saw negative growth, with LCD TVs seeing a turnaround from the positive performance of the previous year. Recent new entrants also led to increased competition, with consumers increasingly making purchasing decisions based on factors such ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in Nigeria

    ... imported from China, although the economic impact of the pandemic was also a contributory factor. Localised smartphone offerings from dominant player Transsion Holdings’ brands Infinix and Tecno, that cater to Nigerian consumers’ requirements, saw some ... Read More

  • Morocco Telecommunications Q4 2020

    ... dynamics. Data usage is growing rapidly, but average revenue per useris seeing flat growth as a result of price competition. Local loop unbundling is still absent and this is holding back the developmentof the wireline ... Read More

  • Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria Information Technology Q4 2020

    ... The heightened economic uncertainty and global quarantine effortswill cripple short-term demand for IT hardware, software and services as businesses face a deteriorating environment. As demandlevels are deferred, we expect spending on non-essentials to be scaled ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Nigeria

    ... in paid employment served to maintain demand to some extent, as they equipped and beautified their homes with trending home audio and cinema devices. The home cinema and speaker systems category saw the healthiest performance ... Read More

  • Mobile Phones in South Africa

    ... products during national lockdown, in order to curb the spread of COVID-19. However, given the necessity of smartphones in South Africans’ daily lives, sales of smartphones are likely to decrease by only a small amount ... Read More

  • In-Car Entertainment in South Africa

    ... residents were allowed out of their homes only for essential travel, with interprovincial journeys banned, reducing hugely the need for in-car audio and navigation devices, which were not allowed to be sold anyway at this ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in South Africa

    ... audio and cinema players. Conditions only began to improve from 1 May as the country moved from the hard lockdown into level 4, which permitted selling consumer electronics from essential retailers. E-commerce players were able ... Read More

  • Portable Players in South Africa

    ... during lockdown. All other types of portable players remain in strong or moderate decline, with the lack of product availability strengthening the position of more popular substitute devices, especially smartphones. The surge in sales achieved ... Read More

  • Home Video in South Africa

    ... COVID-19 outbreak. On 26 March, a hard lockdown was imposed on the country, with this including a ban on the sale of non-essential products, either in stores or online, which meant a massive loss of ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in South Africa

    ... processed food and drink, medicine and cleaning supplies. This meant that sales of “non-essential” products such as alcohol, tobacco, fresh food, apparel and consumer electronics were prohibited from 26 March to 1 May. While e-commerce ... Read More

  • Computers and Peripherals in South Africa

    ... to carry on working or studying from home and therefore needing reliable computers and peripherals in their household, the month and a half prohibition on buying consumer electronics from non-essential channels has significantly limited revenue ... Read More

  • Fixed Mobile Convergence - Status, Strategies, and Opportunities in Africa and Middle East

    ... provides an overview of the state of fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) market and of telcos' FMC growth strategies in the Africa & Middle East (AME) region. The report draws from examples of FMC journeys and propositions ... Read More

  • Guinea Telecom Operators Country Intelligence Report

    ... of key indicators up to 2025. Published annually, the report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics, and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony, broadband, and mobile ... Read More

  • Portable Consumer Electronics in Middle East and Africa

    ... Smartphones are increasingly in demand across all countries in Middle East and Africa , and are the main driver of growth for this industry in the region. Euromonitor International's Portable Consumer Electronics in Middle East ... Read More

  • Morocco Telecom Operators Country Intelligence Report

    ... of key indicators up to 2025. Published annually, the report provides detailed analysis of the near-term opportunities, competitive dynamics, and evolution of demand by service type and technology/platform across the fixed telephony, broadband, mobile, and ... Read More

  • Zambia and Zimbabwe Telecommunications Q4 2020

    ... of organic growth potential remain. in Zambia, we expect mobilesubscription growth to remain in positive territory throughout our forecast period, driven by increasing price competition andnetwork expansion to previously underserved areas of the country. However, ... Read More

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