During the pandemic conventional dietary habits were challenged, and daily use products were reconsidered. Consumers’ expectations of gaining some health-boosting benefits from food increased, as it appeared that immunity, obesity and other underlying health factors could be key when faced with COVID-19.
Measuring city tourism performance is increasingly important because of the changing nature of travel. Euromonitor International is addressing this gap by developing a proprietary Top 100 City Destinations Index. Download our white paper to see how cities are performing globally, regionally and across 6 key pillars that are important for the successful performance of a travel destination.
Despite renewed enthusiasm for make-up in 2021 after a dismal 2020, an elongated recovery of the US colour cosmetics market is expected, as consumer behaviour and spending shifts evolve. Euromonitor highlights opportunities in colour cosmetics, such as digitalisation and personalisation, and addresses future challenges.
In this webinar, speakers will be providing insights that will help organisations from a range of sectors understand and navigate this emerging space as well as focusing on direct implications on the traditional professional sports industry. Panel discussion will follow the presentation with questions regarding COVID's impact on the esports ecosystem, shifts in sports consumption generally and more.
As consumers and businesses pay more attention to social and environmental issues, product claims are becoming increasingly important for brands to communicate sustainability. In this webinar, we track sustainability claims across 40 countries and over 30,000 brands, assessing their popularity and growth as well the impact on consumer engagement and satisfaction.