January 19, 2014
Euromonitor International’s 2014 data, published on 13 January 2014, reveals that over 2012-2013 sales of nappies/diapers/pants in China grew by an astonishing US$1 billion to US$6 billion, generating more than one third of global incremental value growth. Nappies/diapers/pants manufacturers have certainly nothing to complain about and with the lifting of China’s strict one-child-policy it appears […]
January 19, 2014
Children aged under 15 are becoming a key segment for information and communications technologies (ICT), and the importance of this consumer group is set to rise rapidly as more of the world’s emerging-market kids come online. Growing child IT literacy rates, expansion of e-learning tools and the surge in children’s mobile gaming content are factors […]
January 19, 2014
The global love affair with wireless web-enabled handheld devices is transforming how consumers intake information, make purchasing decisions and communicate with each other. Increasingly, consumers are willing to accept small screens in return for mobility, which is gradually displacing big screens, such as TVs and PCs, from significance in households. As a result, having a […]
July 4, 2011
With a population of over 171 million in the rural Middle East and North Africa, the region represents a large reservoir of labour and a producer of food for the urban sector. Despite not being as well-heeled as their urban counterparts, these rural consumers make up for this with their sheer volume. With the rapid […]
March 5, 2012
  Since the global economic recession, growth has been slow for the consumer foodservice industry. In order to grow sales in mature markets, foodservice operators are looking to take traffic from competitors and be relevant across all times of the day. Beverages are a great way to accomplish this, states Michael Schaefer, head of consumer […]
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