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January 29, 2015

Global Trends, Developments and Prospects in Toys and Games

This presentation, originally given at the Hong Kong Toys and Games Fair 2015, address some of the major macro drivers affecting toys and games sales globally including economic and demographic trends. It also includes findings from Euromonitor International’s global research focusing on the performance of traditional toys and games, video games and digital gaming in key markets worldwide, providing data and commentary.

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January 15, 2015

White Paper: Top 10 Consumer Trends for 2015

250_2015consumerTrends-v1.02015 consumers like to shop but are time-poor, seeking convenience, greater choice, global availability and instant gratification. Their purchase decisions are increasingly being driven by the heart, making choices that have a positive impact on the world. Their lives are a blend of online activity and real world lifestyle – they want to access information instantly, share their lives on social media and showcase individuality.

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Download this white paper to learn:

 - How convenience encourages omnichannel shopping trends
- Which consumption styles are leading to brand innovation
- Why it’s so hard to sell to Millennials
- Rising concerns about privacy and digital footprint with the omnipresence of the internet of things and social media
-More about consumers in 2015 ...
 
 

December 4, 2014

Global Trends in Anti-Agers

Global anti-agers were worth US$25 billion with a value sales growth of 4% in 2013. In this presentation, we can see the performance of premium and mass anti-agers at both a global and Asia Pacific context. Looking at global anti-agers trends, some focus areas of this presentation are the adoption of anti-agers among younger consumers; the development of anti-aging elements beyond skin care products to other sectors such as hair care; and rising presence of anti-agers for men.

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December 3, 2014

Global Trends in Beauty and Personal Care: Opportunities for Future

Beauty and personal care reached US$454 billion in 2013 globally, with Asia Pacific region demonstrating highest value sales. This presentation focuses on performance across categories, and highlights some key beauty and personal care concepts currently prevalent across these countries, including the growth of multi-benefits products, at-home beauty experiences, as well as the dominance of "selfie" trend, and the rise of fashion beauty.

 

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November 25, 2014

Global Foodservice Sales Reach US$2.6 Trillion in 2013

NRN-2014_Top-25-CoverOur new list, compiled in collaboration with Nation's Restaurant News, focuses on the top 25 international foodservice operators of outside North America.  This list and corresponding regional analysis is prominently featured in Nation’s Restaurant News latest issue.   

Asia Pacific leads the way in foodservice sales with US$1 trillion dollars, followed by North America with US$544 billion and Western Europe at US$535 billion respectively. However, Eastern Europe experienced the most fixed year-on-year growth in 2012-2013with 10.8% sales growth, while Latin America also experienced strong growth with 9.7% expansion.  

In Latin America, Brazilian chain Habib’s still leads the way in sales, reflecting the continuing importance of value-priced local brands and in Western Europe, UK-based Costa Coffee has expanded with an additional 25 markets in the region, increasing their rivalry with Starbucks.

Michael Schaefer, Head of Consumer Foodservice Research, says, “Utilizing our extensive global research helps us formulate the top 25 list and provides unique insights to not only what is going on in foodservice globally, but what is trending regionally. This in turn offers operators an opportunity to better understand their own markets, as well as markets they may wish to expand into in the future.”

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To read the rest of the analysis provided by Euromonitor and Nation’s Restaurant News please visit: http://nrn.com/

November 18, 2014

Succeed in Emerging Markets: Selection, Strategy and First Steps

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250_MarketSelection-v1.1When making the decision to enter an emerging market, every business should include the following four pillars in its market entry strategy:

Market incorporates macroeconomic stability, consumer market size, growth and openness. 

Population focuses on demographics: this assists in understanding how a business product or service will fit into a competitive landscape.

Access, or the reality of market entry: if a country is not easily accessible, businesses will not successfully produce goods in the market or reach consumers.  Other topics discussed within the access pillar are infrastructure, Internet, partners and the retail landscape.

Business environment emphasizes the regulatory environment and corruption. 

 

According to Euromonitor’s Head of Strategic, Economic and Consumer Insight, Sarah Boumphrey, “Too many companies perform inadequate amounts of research prior to launching a product or service in a new market.  This is problematic because some markets simply might not work. Utilising Euromonitor’s four pillar model before entering new markets provides a better understanding of the needs of consumers and the business environment in countries of interest.”

Euromonitor’s four pillar market entry strategy model should be tailored on a case-by-case basis based on sector-specific and business-specific factors to ensure the best information is used for each business. This white paper gives you all the tools you will need to implement this approach for your customized best results.

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Vitamins and Dietary Supplements in the Asia Pacific Region: Is the Party Over?

Consumer health analyst Daniel Grimsey presented on vitamins and dietary supplements in the Asia Pacific region for the national conference of Complementary Medicines Australia (CMA) in Sydney on October 30, 2014. Asking the pertinent question “Is the party over?”, Daniel outlined the key growth drivers for vitamins and dietary supplement sales in APAC, identified the star performers within the category and assessed the future direction for the consumer health in the Asia Pacific region. For more information, view the full presentation.

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November 14, 2014

Chaves para Entender o Mercado de Vitaminas e Suplementos Alimentares na América Latina

250_consumerHealthPortuguese-v1.0Baixe este e-book para ter um panorama global sobre o mercado de vitaminas e suplementos alimentares, bem como conhecer as principais tendências na Argentina, Bolívia, Chile, Colômbia, Costa Rica, Equador, Guatemala, México, Peru, República Dominicana, Uruguai e Venezuela.

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O mercado global de vitaminas e suplementos alimentares está crescendo e a América Latina se destaca pelo dinamismo na venda desses produtos. A expectativa é que a demanda na região continue crescendo, atraindo forte competição e aumentando o valor da indústria para US$ 5,5 bilhões até 2018.

November 13, 2014

How Consumer Attitudes Towards Food are Changing

Growth rates for organic packaged food have struggled to return to their pre-recession heights and there are those in the industry that in are search of another label that represents natural, healthy and sustainable food. Could national or even regional branding replace the need for an organic label? We look at what the term organic means for consumers around the world and what its potential replacements are.

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November 12, 2014

Internet vs. Store Based Shopping: The Global Move Toward Omnichannel Retailing

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The lines between internet retailing, e-commerce and physical retailing are becoming increasingly blurred as the search for value, convenience and smartphones have changed the way people approach shopping.

Large retailers are responding to this change by taking an omnichannel approach: merging their offline, online and mobile channels to create a seamless shopping experience.

Download an extract of this briefing to learn:

  • The main drivers behind e-commerce growth
  • Internet retailing trends, including which categories and channels are winning and losing
  • Behaviour and characteristics of online shoppers
  • How brick and mortar stores are adding digital concepts to enhance the shopping experience
  • What the future looks like for the online retailing industry

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Global Trends, Developments and Prospects in Toys and Games

White Paper: Top 10 Consumer Trends for 2015

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Global Trends in Beauty and Personal Care: Opportunities for Future

Global Foodservice Sales Reach US$2.6 Trillion in 2013

Succeed in Emerging Markets: Selection, Strategy and First Steps

Vitamins and Dietary Supplements in the Asia Pacific Region: Is the Party Over?

Chaves para Entender o Mercado de Vitaminas e Suplementos Alimentares na América Latina

How Consumer Attitudes Towards Food are Changing

Internet vs. Store Based Shopping: The Global Move Toward Omnichannel Retailing