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An Introduction to the 8 Key Global Megatrends

Successfully identifying, analysing and acting on megatrends is essential for success in consumer markets. The world is changing faster than ever, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with competitors as technology spurs both the rate of and access to innovation. Amidst this change, it can be difficult for companies to understand why […]
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Spotlight on India: Consumers

Euromonitor International predicts that India will be the fastest-growing major economy in 2017. India was the world’s sixth largest consumer market in 2016 in US$ terms and we predict it will move up to third place by 2030, ahead of Japan and Germany. The Consumers team turn the spotlight onto India, from the Digital Consumer, […]
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The Best of Q3 2016 on Passport Consumers

September saw the launch of our Global Consumer Trends Survey 2016, with data on 11 additional countries bringing the total number covered to 20. As a one-stop shop for consumer contexts, preferences and trends this Lifestyles content was hugely popular with our clients.  We also continued to provide updates on our Top 10 Consumer Trends […]
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Eurozone Economic Outlook for 2016

The Eurozone economy will grow by 1.7 percent in 2016 and 2017 according to Euromonitor International. Domestic demand continues to be the main driver for this recovery, while global exports demand continues to weaken. Consumer spending will likely increase due to improvements in the labour market and better credit conditions. Uncertainty does play a […]
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Datagraphic: Consumers in 2016

Challenges and opportunities in reaching developed and emerging market consumers will continue to diverge in 2016; with the averaged developed economy household spending 10 times that of the average emerging market household. Housing will be the largest component of spending for developed country households, whereas for those in emerging markets two in every five dollars […]
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