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Selling Electronics to the Elderly

Millennials have lots of choices when it comes to electronic products, as companies have identified these young adults as a key consumer segment. Seniors (aged 60 and over) are often neglected, and there are not many products specifically tailored to suit the lifestyles of these older consumers. Manufacturers and retailers are missing out on an […]
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Sony Corp in Global Consumer Electronics

Sony Corp is one of the world’s largest consumer electronics companies. Aside from consumer electronics, the company also manufactures professional use cameras and components, such as image sensors for third-parties. In addition, it operates a music and film production company, as well as a financial services company in Japan. Sony’s electronics business has struggled to […]
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Apple Goes All Out for Profits With the iPhone X

Apple finally launched its highly anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone X alongside the refreshed iPhone 8 and 8 Plus during its launch event on 12 September. The iPhone X packs all the premium specifications that differentiate it from all previous iPhones with a full OLED screen, dual optical image stabilisation cameras, facial recognition, etc. However, with […]
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Quick Facts: Wearable Electronics

Wearable electronics have undergone considerable consolidation over the past three years, with numerous mergers and acquisitions and pioneers such as Jawbone exiting the market. Manufacturers are continuing to experiment with features and functionalities to find consumer’s sweet spot, which lies between functionality and fashion.
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Consumer Electronics in 2022: Increased Digitalisation Will Boost Sales

The latest research showed retail value growth keeping pace with volume sales over the forecast period. The fastest growing products were activity watches, wireless speakers and smart wearables in value terms. Fastest Growing Categories Source: Fossil and JBL Chic over geek Consumers will be buying activity wearables as a fashion statement, rather than to just track the number of […]
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Smartphones Disrupting Consumer Electronics in Canada

As Canadian consumers become more mobile and connected, smartphones continue to disrupt the consumer electronics industry in the region. In 2017, 12.6 million smartphones will be sold in Canada. With larger screens, navigation capabilities and higher-quality cameras, smartphones pose a threat to three consumer electronics categories in particular when it comes to the Canadian […]
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From mConsumer to Fast-Moving Startups: Consumer Health in the Age of Connectivity

The ever changing and evolving worlds of online platforms and mobile connectivity have been revolutionising the way consumers connect and communicate with brands and services as well as increasingly impacting the way businesses, and startups in particular, get their products to market. Consumer health is no exception. In a world where mobile internet subscriptions are […]
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Co-branding of Different Brands and Events Invigorates China Consumer Electronics Industry

Manufacturers of consumer electronics are seeking solutions to improve their profitability, but are restricted by saturation and fierce price competition. Thus, transformation seems to be urgent in order not to be squeezed out of the industry. With the fast development of video content on video websites, TV manufacturers started to cooperate with these platforms to […]
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Key Electronics Trends for 2017

2016 was a robust year for manufacturers and retailers, which was primarily driven by newer categories such as wearables and wireless speakers. Innovations in mature product categories like laptops and TVs prevented a downward spiral in sales. As the connected generation continues to expand, electronics companies and retailers will be looking to further engage consumers in […]
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Maximising the Value of an Autonomous Vehicle

Many cities are testing out autonomous vehicles (AV) and Singapore, a city-state, started its first public trial of an autonomous taxi service in August 2016. The trial is conducted by a Singapore-based company, nuTonomy and the trial will be conducted within One-North, a commercial hub. One-North is a 200-hectare development designed to host a cluster […]
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