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December 5, 2014

Webinar Wrap-Up -- Designs of the Future: What Will Define Laundry Care in 2030 and Beyond?

Recorded immediately following our Laundry Care webinar, this video addresses questions raised on the impact of aging populations, application of inclusive universal design, frontier markets, non-traditional washing methods, poly-cotton fabric blends and fast fashion on the trajectory of laundry care development in the future. For more insights, watch the recorded webinar.

Ian_BellVideo features Ian Bell - Head of Home Care Research

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November 9, 2014

Ahmad Tea: Opportunities and Challenges Abroad

Hope.LeeAnalyst Insight by Hope Lee - Senior Beverages Analyst

Generally, Ahmad Tea exports its processed tea to its target markets and relies on local companies to pack, market and distribute them with its guidance. In Iran, Ahmad Tea has established itself for many years and ranks second in tea, and its local partner is Maham Qeshm Trading Co. In 2013, Ahmad Tea experienced a tough time in the face of high inflation and devaluation of local currency, resulting in inflated retail prices in local currency terms. Some shop keepers declined to stock Ahmad Tea, and this reduced availability caused a short-term losses of share. On the top of this, smuggling and counterfeit products are an ongoing issue and threat.

Emerging markets tend to present a relatively high risk in terms of political change and unpredictability, compared to developed markets. Ukraine is also an important market for Ahmad Tea, and the current unstable political situation in this country inevitably poses problems. It is understandable that Ahmad Tea has started to explore opportunities in its British home market, as a more stable alternative.

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November 7, 2014

Designs on the Future, Now. What will Shape Laundry Care in 2030 and Beyond?

Ian_BellAnalyst Insight by Ian Bell, Head of Home Care Research

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2030 is a fairly arbitrary date to set in the context of gazing into the future. Much can change, but it is still possible to predict, with at least some degree of confidence, what will be shaping the world of laundry care come 2030.

While consideration of a futuristic “Star Trek” outlook for laundry practice, in which machines self-regulate, self-dose and communicate with their load for optimal washing performance, has its merits, this future will likely affect very few of us. In this case, the future is already here right now, just not evenly distributed.

Sustainability is another obvious consideration for the 2030 world, but so much has been written and spoken about the subject that another rehash of the subject is likely to bring up little that is new or insightful.

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October 23, 2014

Designs of the Future: What Will Define Laundry Care in 2030 and Beyond?

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Income, technology and evolving washing practices are major factors impacting the future of laundry care. In this webinar, Ian Bell discusses important industry shifts that are changing global demand and helping with long term strategy planning.

Watch the recorded webinar now to learn:

  • What changes are coming to the automated laundry process
  • Insight into consumer profiles in 2030 and beyond
  • How to use sustainability as a key force for development

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Ian_BellSpeaker: Ian Bell, Head of Home Care Research, Euromonitor International

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October 22, 2014

30th Cleaning Seminar Japan 2014

Cleaning SeminarEvent Name: 30th Cleaning Seminar (In Japanese: 第30回 クリーニングに関する情報セミナー ‐世界の洗濯・クリーニング事情)

Organizer: The Japan Research Association for Textile End-Uses

First Presentation Time: Thursday 20th November, 15:00-15:50
 
Venue: Osaka (University of Osaka)

Second Presentation Time: Friday 21st November, 15:00-15:50

Venue: Tokyo (Japan Women’s University)

Website: http://homepage3.nifty.com/shohikagaku/gyoji.htm#clean

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October 2, 2014

The Future of Laundry Care

Laundry care was worth almost US$100 billion in 2014 and has doubled in size in the last fifteen years. Laundry is one of the fastest growing FMCG categories. However, moving toward 2030, changing demographic profiles will alter the way consumers interact with laundry products and appliances.

Ian_BellVideo features Ian Bell - Head of Home Care and Tissue & Hygiene Research

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September 12, 2014

Euromonitor to speak at World Conference on Fabric and Home Care

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Date: October 6 – 9 2014 

Location: Montreux Music and Convention Centre, Montreux, Switzerland

Conference: Euromonitor International is pleased to be a part of the World Conference on Fabric and Home Care a biannual conference which brings together top-level executives from around the world to discuss global research and perspectives on the technology, products, and business trends of the fabric and home care industry. The speakers are considered the best in the business and will deliver presentations on the most important topics in the industry today and what to expect in the future.

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August 19, 2014

Scotts Acquires Solus Brands

EURO_NT_Jack.Skelly_LThumbWith Jack Skelly, Research Analyst

Scotts Miracle-Gro’s UK subsidiary, The Scotts Company, recently purchased the Solus brands which includes Yeoman hand tools.  Although Scott’s is the leading garden care company in the world, it lacks a competitive hand tools brand. Yeoman will fill a gap in Scott’s brand portfolio in the UK, and if this move is successful, Scott’s can adapt the strategy worldwide. 

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August 6, 2014

Three Challenges Answered by Procter and Gamble’s Divestment Strategy

 

Procter and Gamble’s decision to divest 100 brands falls in line with the company’s mantra of efficiency and innovation but also aims to answer three key challenges the company is facing. First, by focusing on key brands only, Procter and Gamble is attempting to stay relevant in developed economies where markets are often saturated. Second, P&G has fallen by the wayside in emerging markets and the divestment is a way to focus more attention to a select few brands in these economies. Third, the key brands P&G are left will compete with local players in select markets.

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August 4, 2014

Procter and Gamble to Divest 100 Brands

Procter and Gamble announced they would divest 100 brands over the next two years, a move in line with the company’s ongoing restructuring process. One of the challenges that P&G faces is that the company does not have sufficient coverage across the pricing spectrum in comparison to its rivals, and by freeing up resources by divesting brands P&G may attempt to broaden its presence in both premium and value products.

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Webinar Wrap-Up -- Designs of the Future: What Will Define Laundry Care in 2030 and Beyond?

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