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May 22, 2015

World Green Tea Growth Prospects

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The global green tea market is highly fragmented; the leaders Ito En and Unilever are close rivals, with just 4% value shares each in 2014. The potential for growth is huge, thanks to green tea’s health benefits. Unilever should look to address its weaknesses in Asia Pacific, particularly in China and Indonesia, in order to seize growth opportunities, thus defending its future global status.

May 11, 2015

Wearable Technology Poised to Ride Wave of Consumer Enthusiasm

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An exploration of consumer enthusiasm and purchase intent for wearable tech devices, drawing from Euromonitor International's 2014 Hyperconnectivity survey of ~8000 online consumers ranging in age from 15 to 65+ and living in 16 major markets.

 

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May 10, 2015

Cultural Diversity and its Impact on Global Consumer Markets

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This datagraphic visualises key points from the latest Strategy Briefing, Cultural Diversity and its Impact on Global Consumer Markets. Strong migration flows, combined with higher birth rates among minority populations, have led to an unprecedented level of ethnic, cultural and religious diversity in developed markets. This, along with ethnic minority consumers’ rising incomes, is profoundly impacting lifestyles and shopping behaviour within Western societies. The full report considers the impacts of this change on consumer behaviour.

May 9, 2015

Consumer Attitudes Towards Storing Data in the Cloud

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An exploration of attitudes of online consumers towards storing and sharing data on the cloud, drawing results from Euromonitor International's 2014 Hyperconnectivity survey of ~8000 online consumers ranging in age from 15 to 65+ and living in 16 major markets.

 

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April 28, 2015

The Economics of the UK Election

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After a deep and prolonged recession,  the UK economy has shown strong growth - outstripping many other major economies. However, much of this growth stems from a relatively fast-growing population. In per capita terms, growth has been less impressive. Added to which, government revenues have been disappointing, which has made reducing the deficit a more difficult task in a climate of austerity. Economic growth in the UK is forecast to decelerate from next year and the work of rebalancing the UK economy and placing it on a sustainable footing is far from over.

April 27, 2015

The Resources Landscape: Vital for Business

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The supply, demand and price of natural resources - be they water, energy, minerals or agricultural commodities - are at the heart of the economy and are a key risk to global economic growth. Natural resources pose an operational and reputational risk for all companies in all sectors. An understanding of the resource landscape and an awareness of the risks and opportunities stemming from natural resources should be top of the business agenda.

April 22, 2015

Small Sizes in Asia Provide Strongest Hair Care Packaging Growth

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Global volume sales of hair care packaging are set to grow at a CAGR of 3% over 2014-2019, to the benefit of HDPE bottles and flexible plastic, the most common pack types for conditioner and shampoos, respectively. Fastest growing developing markets show two trends: while in China and Brazil consumers favour economical HDPE bottles, in India, Indonesia and the Philippines, consumers opt for smaller sizes for shampoo, sold in single use flexible plastic, as they offer immediate affordability.

April 18, 2015

Nutrition Snapshot: South Africa in 2014

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The average South African purchases 771 calories a day from packaged food and soft drinks, with bakery, oils and fats and dairy being the top three contributors. Bakery is the leading source of protein delivering up to 8g per day, 3g more than dairy. 6g of fibre is purchased daily from packaged food and soft drinks. Despite 46% of the South African population currently being overweight and obese, by 2019, each person is expected to buy 95 calories more per capita per day.

April 15, 2015

Key Differences Between Apple and Android Users

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This datagraphic is an exploration of Android and Apple tablet and smartphone users, drawing from Euromonitor International's 2014 Hyperconnectivity survey of ~8000 online consumers ranging in age from 15 to 65+ and living in 16 major markets. The Hyperconnectivity survey focuses on how technology is impacting global consumers’ paths to purchase and payment methods as well as their privacy concerns, social connections, and leisure activities. Data and analysis of results from this Hyperconnectivity consumer survey are now available in the Passport Survey system, with an extract from the full report available for download here.

April 14, 2015

Global Beauty Sustains Growth Momentum

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Reaching US$465 billion in 2014 the beauty industry remained resilient to strong headwinds from foreign exchange turbulence, low oil prices, political and economic instability. There is continued penetration of staples in emerging markets, trade up to more superior products with enhanced benefits but also by the adoption of extended beauty routines. Both premium and mass beauty increased growth marginally by equal proportions. Premium is getting further traction in emerging markets.

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World Green Tea Growth Prospects

Wearable Technology Poised to Ride Wave of Consumer Enthusiasm

Cultural Diversity and its Impact on Global Consumer Markets

Consumer Attitudes Towards Storing Data in the Cloud

The Economics of the UK Election

The Resources Landscape: Vital for Business

Small Sizes in Asia Provide Strongest Hair Care Packaging Growth

Nutrition Snapshot: South Africa in 2014

Key Differences Between Apple and Android Users

Global Beauty Sustains Growth Momentum