Resources

Webinar Recording: The Future Seven – The Next Big Emerging Market Economies

by August 3rd, 2010

 The Euromonitor International Countries & Consumers research team will identify the world’s most exciting emerging markets – the Future 7. These countries all share characteristics such as large populations, strong economic growth, increasing consumer income and expenditure and openness to global trade. The Future 7: Argentina, Egypt, Indonesia, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey and Vietnam hold […]

Webinar Recording: The State of the Global Consumer Foodservice Industry 2010

by June 25th, 2010

There’s no question 2009 was the most difficult year for global consumer foodservice, with much of the world seeing previously strong sales growth fall into decline. While some foodservice categories and brands were more shielded than others, the impact of the global recession was felt industry wide. In this webinar, Beth Higgins, Head of Global […]

Webinar Recording: Home and Personal Care Prospects – Opportunities for Growth

by May 25th, 2010

Home and Personal Care Prospects – Opportunities for Growth investigates the short and long-term industry prospects through the exploration of shifting retailing dynamics, the impact of private label offerings and major category and geographical growth opportunities for the future. Euromonitor International’s global home and personal care research team will explore these concepts during an interactive […]

Webinar Recording: Global Growth Opportunities in Carbonates

by May 11th, 2010

Our experts will identify developing and untapped markets with potential, examine challenges in developed markets in the upcoming years, highlight cola vs. non cola trends and look at consumption patterns globally and regionally that are impacting the category. Globally, there is no doubt Coca-Cola and PepsiCo lead the way, though in many categories local brands […]

Webinar Recording: Beyond the Crisis – The New Consumer

by April 30th, 2010

Euromonitor International’s global Countries & Consumers research team invites you to their presentation “Beyond the Crisis – The New Consumer,” revealing the fragile state of the economic recovery in many countries and where risks remain. Consumer behaviour has changed – in some aspects the change is temporary, yet in others it is permanent. No industry […]

Webinar Recording: Global Business Travel – Back from the Edge

by April 15th, 2010

The recovery to pre-crisis levels in business travel is expected to take several years, what can travel operators do to maximise the opportunities available in the mid to long term? In this presentation, Euromonitor International’s Travel & Tourism research team will identify trends and prospects for the category highlighting: Potential recovery in business demand Emerging […]

Webinar Recording: Trends and Forces Shaping the World of Consumer Health

by April 6th, 2010

In response to the consumer trend of using a variety of products to ensure good health, we have combined OTC healthcare, vitamins and dietary supplements, sports nutrition and slimming products into one platform – Passport: Consumer Health. Join us as we review the performance of these four categories and discuss the trends and forces shaping the world of consumer health.

Webinar Recording: The Global Retailing Market – 2010

by March 10th, 2010

Prior to 2008, retailers enjoyed sustained growth in value terms, consumers in developed markets spent more against a benign economic backdrop and the number of middle class shoppers grew in emerging markets as economies developed. Since the downturn went global, consumers have adapted their spending patterns. These emerging trends have aided modern grocery retailing versus […]

Webinar Recording: Global Drinking Habits – Share of Throat and Wallet

by February 25th, 2010

Our experts will identify developing and untapped markets with potential, examine challenges in  developed markets in the upcoming years, highlight cola vs. non cola trends and look at consumption patterns globally and regionally that are impacting the category. Globally, there is no doubt Coca-Cola and PepsiCo lead the way, though in many categories local brands […]