Home and Garden

Homewares: Trends and Opportunities Around the World in 2015 and Beyond

by October 13th, 2015

Homewares: Trends and Opportunities around the World – 2015 and Beyond Presented by Cruz del Barrio – Head of Home and Garden Research at Euromonitor International Euromonitor’s webinar will focus on global homeware performance and review regional performance in Asia Pacific, Latin America, North America, Western and Eastern Europe. Utilising the latest data from Euromonitor […]

Doing Business in the Halal Market

by August 10th, 2015

The Muslim religion is the second largest and fastest growing religion in the world, with Muslim consumers expected to reach 26 percent of the global population by 2030. Muslim consumers seek products that cater to their religious needs and comply with Islamic requirements: from halal production process to halal labelling and packaging. The lack of […]

Introducing Passport Institutional Channels

by July 20th, 2015

Passport Institutional Channels helps you understand the full global potential for products and services in the private and public business-to-business marketplace. Through the evaluation of channels in 24 countries, Passport Institutional Channels helps you analyse target markets and end users, examine market opportunities and threats and identify the most effective routes to market. To learn […]

Home and Garden Struggled in Western Europe in 2014

by June 17th, 2015

After years of uncertainty, key developed countries (US, Germany, UK, Japan, Canada and Australia) showed positive performances in local currency terms in 2014. However, the Eurozone again delivered negative growth. Homewares was the fastest growing category in eleven countries. Gardening may be small in many countries, but was also fastest growing in ten. In Western […]

Brazil’s Business Environment: Consumption in Economic Slowdown

by May 12th, 2015

On the surface, Brazil looks like an attractive market. It is the seventh largest global economy and has a population of 200 million, with high consumer expenditure and high demand for commodities. But Brazilians are spending less, industrial confidence is deteriorating, and inflation is rising, meaning a future of slow growth and economic recovery. Consumer goods companies […]