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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 […]

Childrenswear: A Key Driver for the Global Licensing Industry

by April 25th, 2017

As I explore in our “Global Licensing Trends in Children’s Apparel and Footwear” Global Briefing, characters dominate children’s fashion licensing as the majority of these franchises target children. After children pass the age of eight, other licensing types provide fiercer competition to character licensing including fashion, music, celebrity and sports. Outerwear is the largest licensed […]

Households Country Briefings 2017: Analysing a Changing World

by April 24th, 2017

Euromonitor International is pleased to announce the launch of Households Country Briefings for 2017. The new set of reports – beginning with the release of China, USA and Singapore – will tackle ongoing changes in household demographics across 85 significant economies. Global shifts in gender, ageing, migration, housing and education are transforming the size, location […]

Keurig’s Dominance Is Proving a Hindrance To Pod Coffee Expansion in North America

by April 23rd, 2017

Prior to about 2009, one cannot really speak of a“global” market for coffee pods, because the market was so heavily centralized in Western Europe that Switzerland by itself had more annual sales than the entire developing world. However, in the relatively short amount of time since then, Europe has fallen in share to less than […]

Three Reasons Why Japan Is Falling Behind in Mobile Commerce

by April 22nd, 2017

Many see Japan as a technology leader in various industries and the country is continuing to develop innovative solutions in the digital space. However, if we look at adoption of technology on the consumer side, there is greater inconsistency than might be expected. Euromonitor International’s 2016 Digital Consumer Index unveiled a remarkable gap between Japan’s […]