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Fashion Friday: Best Performing Brands in Beauty and Fashion in Western Europe

by December 2nd, 2016

Discount brands have gained significant traction in Western Europe due to their lower price points and larger distribution networks. In addition, many brands that were previously limited to North America, such as Lululemon and Victoria’s Secret, are now opening stores in Western Europe and bringing online shopping with them. Download as an MP3

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Euromonitor to Speak at Innovation and Opportunity in Sports Nutrition 2016

by November 24th, 2016

Event Name: Innovation and Opportunity in Sports Nutrition Event Date: Monday 28th November 2016 Event Location: Messe Frankfurt – Germany Speaker: Karla Rendle, research analyst Description: Euromonitor International is pleased to be speaking at the Innovation and Opportunity in Sports Nutrition. Organised by NutraIngredients, ‘Innovation and Opportunity in Sports Nutrition’ is a conference that engages multiple fields from the cutting […]

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Euromonitor to Speak at Vapexpo Moscow 2016

by November 19th, 2016

Event: VAPEXPO MOSCOW 2016 Date: December 9th-10th Location: Moscow, Russia Event Description: VAPEXPO MOSCOW is the biggest professional Vape industry conference and exhibition, and the key networking platform for vape market players and vapers within CIS countries. The event brings together Vape industry manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers, showcasing the largest selection and latest vape designs, […]

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Import Substitution of Medicines in CIS Countries is Gaining Momentum

by November 8th, 2016

The crisis in the CIS zone in 2014-2015 inspired its members to start searching for new ways of obtaining products at affordable prices. After local currency devaluations in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and other CIS countries, goods imported in US dollars or euros became too expensive, as incomes remained unchanged in the local currencies. Although consumers […]

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Deregulated Sales of Analgesics – A Failed Scandinavian Experiment?

by November 7th, 2016

Scandinavian liberalisation of analgesics sales during the 2000s increased accessibility in chemists/pharmacies and legalised sales in grocery retailers, which quickly established themselves as amajor retailer of analgesics. In 2015, grocery retailers’ shares of analgesics sales in Denmark, Norway and Sweden were among Western Europe’s highest at 17%, 26% and 21%, respectively. Nevertheless, increased accessibility has […]

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Vietiniai gamintojai auginasi raumenis Baltijos šalių sporto papildų rinkoje

by November 6th, 2016

  Baltijos šalių maisto papildų rinka augo apie 8% kasmet per paskutinius penkerius metus ir 2016 metais viršijo 16 milijonų eurų. Pagrindinė šio intensyvaus augimo priežastis – vis tvirčiau įsigalintis sveiko ir tvirto kūno kultas. Bėgimo, dviračių sporto ir kitų daug ištvermės reikalaujančių masinių renginių populiarumas verčia vartotojus gręžtis į sporto papildus, o treniruočių režimas […]

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Excising Non-alcoholic Beer in Russia: What Are the Odds and Potential Outcome?

by November 6th, 2016

Excising non-alcoholic beer – sounds irrational? Well, not according to the Russian government, which is considering slapping excise charges on this product, which could, in turn, call into question its future development. Not only does it sound illogical to levy alcohol excise on a non-alcoholic drink, apart from the word “beer” in the product name, […]

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