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Analgesics Part 1: Global Trends

by April 28th, 2017

As explored in Euromonitor International’s new global briefing, “Analgesics Part 1: Global Trends”, although the global market for over-the-counter (OTC) analgesics is outsized within consumer health by cough, cold, and allergy medications (CCAs), the category totalled USD22.5 billion in 2016 global retail sales, an 11% increase since 2011. Driven by an ageing population as well […]

As mudanças nas relações de trabalho e o impacto no turismo latino-americano

by April 27th, 2017

Não é novidade que a região latino-americana vem passando por mudanças socioeconômicas. Países com relevante atividade turística, como Brasil e México, não têm sido diferentes. Dessa forma, a indústria do turismo na região tem sentido o impacto dessas mudanças, principalmente quanto às transformações na dinâmica do mercado de trabalho. Observam-se mudanças importantes no estilo de […]

New Concepts in Fashion Retailing

by April 26th, 2017

Euromonitor International is pleased to partner with WWD Retail 20 / 20 Forum London and will be releasing a report on ‘New Concepts in Fashion Retailing’ on May 1st 2017.  As hyperconnected consumers disregard the conventions of traditional retail, fashion players are increasingly looking to experiential shopping and personalisation to attract consumers’ attention. As digital retailers are […]

Top Three Trends in Home and Garden

by April 26th, 2017

  Euromonitor International is pleased to announce the release of the 2017 Home and Garden edition. During our research, we uncovered three top trends impacting the home and garden industry: a taste for all things Nordic, digitalisation throughout and the shrinking household effect. These three trends are detailed in the video. Watch on YouTube

Ageing: A Changing Narrative: A Top Global Consumer Trend for 2017

by April 25th, 2017

As 2017 unfolds, consumers aged over 50, the most vocal and youngest of whom are part of a generation known for their outspoken views, the baby boomers, are living a changed ageing narrative with shifting perceptions and attitudes towards maturing. This sees articulate ‘ambassadors’ and organisational advocates ‘disrupting ageing’ via louder consumption demands, shifting work […]