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The Impact of the Brazilian Economic Crisis in the Luxury Market

by January 18th, 2017

The economic crisis in Brazil directly effected the luxury industry in Brazil making even the most resilient consumers become more conservative with their purchases. As a result, the luxury industry had its weakest growth performance of the last 10 years. In the same period, many international brands that have entered the market recently shut down […]

Retail in Mexico: Four Trends To Watch In 2017

by January 18th, 2017

Retail sales in Mexico grew an impressive 7% in 2016 thanks in large part to a stable economic performance despite global uncertainty. Below, Euromonitor International highlights four major trends that will likely shape the industry in 2017, including the impact of the strong US dollar, the proliferation of interest-free financing offers, mobile retailing, and continued […]

Euromonitor to Speak at ESOMAR Latin America 2017

by January 14th, 2017

Event Name: Esomar Latin America 2017 Date: 5-7 April 2017 Location: Mexico City Link to Event: https://www.esomar.org/events-and-awards/events/global-and-regional/latin-america-2017/latin-america-2017_overview.php Event Description: Latin America’s largest regional event ESOMAR LATAM, heads to Mexico City for two days of insights, intelligence and innovations.  This year’s event explores: Consumer decision-making Trends; data for insights, social media, artificial intelligence Effective brand communications The […]

Christmas Shopping Trends 2016

by December 13th, 2016

Holiday shopping is in full swing. High traffic provides prime opportunities to capture consumer attention and garner brand loyalty; however, as purchase behaviours shift, new consumerism alters priorities and value conscious consumption dictates decisions. Euromonitor International analysts look at the Christmas trends across different industries and countries. SHOPPING TRENDS ACROSS INDUSTRIES – Quest for innovation […]

Mexico Electronics Industry to Face Turbulence if NAFTA Breaks Up

by December 12th, 2016

Mexico is one of the largest electronics production hubs outside of Asia Pacific. In 2015, Mexico produced consumer and business electronics equivalent to USD46.6 billion, the 10th position in production value globally. Mexico’s electronics industry grew strongly in recent years, recording a 4% value CAGR over 2010-2015. However, with potentially changing US policy regarding free […]