December 29, 2017
There is nothing better than a glass of bubbly champagne to celebrate the end of year. These will be the top 10 markets for champagne globally in 2021 ranked by forecasted total volume consumption. TOP CHAMPAGNE MARKETS BY TOTAL VOLUME IN 2021  (MILLION LITRES)  1 France 102,2 2 United Kingdom 22,6 3 USA 20,5 4 […]
December 29, 2017
Harvey Nichols, the fourth biggest luxury goods retailer in the UK by retail sales value, has launched a state-of-the-art loyalty app that will reward customers for every pound they spend in its stores, its online platforms or in any of the brand’s upmarket bars and restaurants (including the famous OXO Tower on London’s South Bank). […]
July 23, 2014
According to Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, outspoken president of the eponymous champagne house, “Champagne’s stiffest competition comes not from other sparkling wines but from Viagra”. If there ever was a sentence encapsulating the category’s inherent contradictions, emotional gravitas and effervescent overconfidence, that would be it. Reality is unfortunately less lyrical. According to Euromonitor International’s latest research, global […]
July 16, 2014
Maturity, health-conscious consumers and a decline in product launches have all contributed to a slowdown in ice cream sales in saturated markets such as the US and the UK. However, whilst Unilever and Nestlé dominate overall sales of ice cream, with a combined global value share of 35%, a somewhat controversial revolution is brewing in […]
January 16, 2014
As more cideries enter the market with canned products, a long-dormant beast which was once influential during the times of Johnny Appleseed (late-18th century) may be reawakened to make its mark on the alcoholic drinks landscape. After the introduction of German beer overtook cider in the 18th century, cider has been reintroduced to American palates […]
December 29, 2017
Last week marked the 5 year anniversary of the nigh apocalyptic day of the Lehman Brother’s collapse, a singular event that ushered in the tectonic shifts of the Great Recession and with it what came to be known as the New Normal; a thriftier and less ostentatious approach to consumption and drinking habits, a necessity […]
October 15, 2012
While the market for champagne is booming in Nigeria, the market in developed countries like the UK continues to lag, according to market research company Euromonitor International.
April 15, 2011
Impressive Sales Results for Luxury Goods Growth in overall luxury goods has been fuelled by brisk economic growth and an increase in the number of high-earning households. The Polish market for luxury goods is relatively young and therefore value sales across all categories recorded a significant increase over the last five years. By 2010, almost […]

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