Drive Consumer Expenditure by Tapping into Emerging Wealth Markets
April 29, 2014 | 9 a.m. CST/3 p.m. GMT
The global picture of wealth is changing. The number of high-income earners in emerging markets is rising rapidly, yet few companies are taking advantage of this growth to drive profits.
This webinar provides insights into the profiles and spending habits of high income earners and long-term forecasts for wealth distribution, helping you develop a more strategic plan for growth.
- What markets hold the most opportunities for expansion
- Pivotal trends shaping the future of the luxury goods market
- Short and medium term strategies used by the world's most prominent luxury brands for success
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In 2014, real global consumer expenditure will reach more than US$43 trillion, with 2013-2014 year-on-year real growth up by 3.2%. In this webinar, you will discover trends influencing how this money is spent.
You will learn:
- How to use post-recession buying habits to your advantage
- Messages that resonate with consumers in emerging vs. developed markets
- Strategies your company can embrace to capitalize on evolving consumer trends
Date: January 30, 2014
Time: 9 a.m. CST, 3 p.m. GMT
Speaker: Daphne Kasriel-Alexander, Consumers Editor at Euromonitor International
Daphne Kasriel-Alexander analyses consumer life at Euromonitor International. She studies and writes about consumer trends, behaviour and attitudes and manages a team of contributing consumer analysts based around the world who enrich Euromonitor’s analysis with local insights.
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There will be 775 million people aged over 65 in 2020, accounting for 8.2% of the world population. It is clear that this segment is not to be overlooked either by the impact of the trend in economic terms or in terms of their impact on consumer markets. Not least because as discovered in our Annual Survey 2011 this segment tend to spend their money rather than save, and what is more they are inclined to spend it on themselves.
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