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The Three Key Factors Driving the Green Economy

Growing threats to sustainability is leading both governments and businesses to explore different elements of the green economy including renewable energy and green technology. As the green economy gains traction, it is important for all stakeholders to understand the key factors driving it as they are relevant for policy making and determining the future business models. […]
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Thailand: A Rapidly Ageing Populace will Continue to Undermine the Economy’s Growth Potential

Thailand’s population is ageing at a much faster pace than its regional peers. This will aggravate the labour shortage issue the country currently faces and put pressure on public finances, via higher pension outlays and lower tax revenues. Furthermore, a generally poor rate of savings, an inadequate pension system along with Thailand’s culture, requiring families […]
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Ageing Households: Challenges and Opportunities

The world’s households are ageing rapidly, as higher life expectancy, better healthcare and improved living standards drive the median age of household heads upwards. This shift is the most prevalent demographic trend among the world’s homes – and brands and governments must be ready to address the mounting challenges, as well as take advantage of […]
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Engage, Return and Repeat: The Subscription Economy

Euromonitor’s new strategy briefing: Engage, Return and Repeat: The Subscription Economy explores all aspects of the subscription model. The subscription economy is one of several alternative business models gaining traction across sectors. On the whole, a successful subscription service is just one aspect of a multi-channel offer. For business, the model signifies a new revenue […]
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Webinar | Top 10 Global Consumer Trends 2017

Consumers in 2017 are more demanding of products, services and brands than ever before. Consumer identity is multidimensional and in flux, with shoppers in a broader age range more likely to have a hand in defining themselves and their needs. This webinar offers insights into key global consumer trends in 2017, helping decode your existing […]
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Top 3 Markets by Kitchen Penetration Growth in 2017

Euromonitor International has identified the world’s top three markets by household kitchen penetration growth in 2017. Based on factors such as growth of kitchen possession, associated facilities and kitchen-based durables penetration, the leading markets are Ethiopia, Uganda and Pakistan. These frontier markets are opening up new opportunities for providers of household goods and services, particularly kitchen […]
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Top 3 Trends in Natural Resources for 2017

Euromonitor International has identified three key trends in natural resources for 2017 including no rollback on climate initiatives, more proactive initiatives from business organisations to embrace resource management and the growing traction of the circular economy. The state of natural resources bear strong significance for the supply chain and manufacturing process as this involves future […]
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Falling Birth Rates Threaten Long-term Economic Growth in Key Developed Cities

While developed urban areas generally have more favourable demographics than their respective countries, most metropolises across the developed regions have been experiencing declining birth rates. Continued move toward a world with fewer children will not only significantly reshape consumer markets but, given a positive association between birth rates and GDP growth, will also jeopardise the vitality of […]
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Authenticity and Wellness as a Status Symbol among the Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2017

The top 10 consumer trends for 2017 were revealed today by market research company Euromonitor International. According to the report, ‘Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2017’, authenticity is a standout consumer value in 2017, heralded by everyone from changemakers and celebrities to supermarkets and chefs. In the conscious debate about what actually counts as […]
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Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2017

Consumers are now more demanding of products, services and brands than ever before, and are using digital tools to articulate and fulfil their needs. The 2017 consumer is harder to characterise, not least because identity is multidimensional and in flux, with shoppers more likely to have a hand in defining themselves and their needs. Download […]
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Most Read on Passport Economies in 2016

2016 has been a challenging year for the global economy, with two major political shocks in advanced economies – the UK’s decision to leave the EU, and the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency. In economic terms, the year has been defined by uncertainty, and consumers have reacted to this by reducing expenditure […]
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Most Read on Passport Consumers in 2016

In economic terms, the year has been defined by uncertainty, and consumers have reacted to this by reducing expenditure – with growth in global consumer expenditure slowing to 2.4% in real terms – the lowest rate of growth since the financial crisis. We’re seeing consumers reassess their priorities and increasingly asking themselves what they truly […]
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Christmas Shopping Trends 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 […]
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South African Consumer Markets Faced with Uncertainty In Spite of Recent Reprieve from Credit Downgrade

With much relief, South Africa sighs as Standard & Poor’s maintains its sovereign credit rating of the country’s foreign-currency debt at BBB-. This however does not take away from the precarious position that the country faces both economically and politically, with a tough road ahead in terms of economic growth and structural reform. Using the […]
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