May 17, 2018
Global travel attractions were valued at USD 254,6 billion in 2017, bringing the attention of over 14,8 billion people. Visitor attractions in China, USA, Japan, France, Germany, United Kingdom and Russia draw the most people each year, with nearly 11 billion visitors. In celebration of International Museum Day, taking place on May 18th, use Euromonitor […]
March 28, 2017
As one of the founding members of the European Union (EU), the result of the German national elections to be held in September 2017 will hold significant importance not only for the country but for the European Union (EU) as a whole. Major polling trends reveal that Chancellor Angela Merkel’s liberal-conservative party, the Christlich-Demokratische Union […]
March 12, 2017
Uncertainty is going to be the dominant theme in the global economy in 2017. Continuing political, policy, and economic volatility around the world pose risks of further inertia due to a “wait-and-see” sentiment in the private and public sectors. Global companies should be ready for more disruptions that might arise given the geopolitical uncertainty and […]
October 3, 2016
The automotive industry is already one of the most automated globally, but the German car industry is planning to increase its levels of automation even further by introducing collaborative robots on assembly lines for the first time. Collaborative robots are anticipated to help an ageing workforce in German factories cope with the workload. In addition, […]
July 11, 2016
Following the UK’s referendum result in June 2016 to leave the European Union (EU), pro-longed uncertainty is the number one factor dominating the country’s business climate, given the different Brexit scenarios on the table and the length of time it will take to put the exit into place.
June 16, 2016
  In Germany, apple wine has seen high levels of innovation as part of mixers with different flavours. In the UK, flavored ciders and shandy are spilling over into other categories, including spirit-flavored beers. Finally, spirits in the UK are being influenced by flavour enhancements in vodka and bourbon. Watch on YouTube
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June 4, 2016
In Germany, food and drinks with at least one ethical label accounted for 40% of value sales in 2015. The largest contributors to this were the can be recycled label with US$37 billion, the no artificial preservatives label with US$9 billion and the no artificial flavours label with US$6 billion in sales. Strongest category performers […]
April 23, 2016
Although emerging and developing economies are leading the global middle class expansion, developed countries will continue to offer more solid middle classes with higher disposable incomes and greater homogeneity in terms of incomes, tastes and needs than their emerging market counterparts. For the long-term period through to 2030, Euromonitor International has identified five developed markets […]

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