E-commerce growth is coming down from pandemic-driven highs and achieving a new level of maturity. Join our panel discussion to discover winning online strategies of retailers and brands. Hear from leading FMCG business executives about how to grow sales online. Register now.
Luggage sales globally were heavily impacted by the pandemic, as travel halted. As COVID-19 restrictions eased in 2021, travel returned, and luggage sales rebounded. However, in 2022, inflationary pressures, the war in Ukraine and continued restrictions in China hampered the full recovery questioning if the industry will return to pre-pandemic levels as initially expected.
As the pandemic and the war in Ukraine have placed intense stress on global supply chains, purely efficiency-based models have shown their limits in the fashion industry. Since then, luxury and fashion players have pivoted their business models to build their resilience for tomorrow, and beat the impact of inflation, while they also need to anticipate regulatory shifts in terms of sustainability to plan for the future.
In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, staying ahead of consumer trends is crucial for companies to remain relevant and competitive. Megatrends, the long-term consumer-driven shifts in behaviour and values, play a pivotal role in shaping industries and economies. Quantifying these megatrends can be a complex task but helps you estimate market potential, spending propensity and ROI. So, where should you start? Here, we explain the importance, methodology and benefits of quantifying megatrends.
In an exclusive commentary for Gulf Physio, Senior Research Analyst, Dorothy Calba, shares her insights on the role the expansion of women’s football and women’s sports more broadly can play in the physio and sports equipment space.
Abnormal cost inflation has caused waves of pain for companies since late 2020, but our new Inflation Projection Tool launched in July 2023 strongly indicates that tools and hardware in home and garden stands out as a category where companies were harmed more than most (and brands more than retailers, so far). This sector is badly dislocated around its ability to pass on costs from production to end consumers.
E-commerce growth is coming down from pandemic-driven highs and achieving a new level of maturity.
You need to become savvier when deploying tactics to reach and engage with digital consumers to grow your online market share. Knowing where companies are winning online is crucial to sharpening your digital strategy.Explore More
Leveraging Euromonitor’s recent report, the Top 10 Global Consumer Trends 2023, the purpose of this webinar is to provide you with valuable insights on the most relevant trends in Asia Pacific and discuss how they can be applied to help businesses make informed decisions.Explore More
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Michelle Evans and her team share their insights around the tech trends that are redefining commerce in 2023. We explore how product development is being shaped by social platforms, the influence of gaming culture on shopping websites and ways retailers, brands and hospitality operators are offering more personalized experiences.Explore More