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Humanisation a Key Driver of Pet Product Sales

Liseth Galvis

Liseth Galvis

11 Aug 22

In 2020, the pet population in Western Europe increased substantially. More time spent at home as a result of home seclusion resulted in more adoptions, as people had more time to look after pets. In 2021 and 2022 growth in the pet population continues at a slower pace, driven by new lifestyles such as remote working. This has allowed more bonding between humans and pets, therefore reinforcing the humanisation trend.

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Cleaning Products US

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

North America 29 Sep 22 | AT: 10:00 AM

Returning to the Washington D.C. area in 2022, Cleaning Products US will bring together leading representatives from across the home and personal care sector - including household and cleaning products manufacturers, chemical suppliers, regulatory bodies, and retailers...

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Hybrid Working Podcast Series: Impact on Consumer Appliances, Electronics, Home Improvement and Gaming

Alexandre Loeur

Alexandre Loeur

5 Aug 22

The third in a series that explores how hybrid working has impacted several industries across Western Europe. In this episode we turn our attention to what it means for industries like consumer electronics and appliances, home improvement & gardening, toys & video games, and hygiene. Euromonitor’s Alexandre Loeur is joined by Veronika Kandusova, Per Brandberg and Miles Agbanrin. They discuss how the music and sports industry turned to gaming to engage with consumers, how people transformed their homes into workspaces, gyms or entertainment hubs and assess if these changes are here to stay.

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New Business Models – The Challenge at Hand

Ian Bell

Ian Bell

2 Aug 22

Businesses are in a constant state of flux, evolving to be organisations adapted to ‘of the time’; often this involves structures designed to mitigate for future challenges and change. There are a litany of examples of where this has failed, sometimes spectacularly, but for every Kodak, for every Nokia, there is an Apple or a Google suggesting, at times, adaptation can be world-conquering. For the vast majority, the reality of business model adaptation and development lies in the multitude of grey shades found in between graveyard and high earth orbit.

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New Business Models: From Connectivity Boom to Pandemic Dynamism and Inflation Surge

Ian Bell

Ian Bell

22 Jul 22

Only 55 companies have remained on the Fortune 500 list continuously since its inception in 1955. In that year, GM was the biggest company in the world. 70 or so years later, Wal-Mart, a discount store, is the biggest, while GM filed for bankruptcy in 2009. A generation ago, a “Kodak moment” referred to a picture-worthy moment. Today, it is widely used to describe companies that failed to adapt to market disruptions. Clearly, companies need to innovate their products and business models to survive.

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2nd Virtual DIY-Summit

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

Western Europe 2 Oct 22 | GMT: 11:50 AM

It is the world’s major event where retailers and manufacturers from the home improvement and garden centre industry have the opportunity for an exchange of views of current and future developments within the global market.

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