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April 16, 2012

New Passport: Home and Garden system now available

HomeAndGardenEuromonitor International is proud to announce the publication of our latest information system, Passport: Home and Garden.  This new database merges Euromonitor's former DIY and Gardening system with its former Housewares and Home Furnishing system to deliver a tool that better meets the needs of leading players in the industry.

In conjunction with the launch, Cruz del Barrio, global head of Home and Garden research, discusses key findings in the industry. Watch the video below for the findings, and visit the Home and Garden homepage for more information.

This video is also available on Youtube


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