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The world continues to be a challenging place in 2023. Just as we thought it was safe to re-engage after the pandemic, the global economy started to look fragile again. In this video Fflur Roberts and Marguerite LeRolland, Euromonitor’s respective Heads of Luxury Goods and Fashion, discuss what they think will be the most impactful trends in the year ahead. How is the industry adapting to new retail preferences as our new lifestyles and working habits take form? What value propositions are consumers looking for in an inflationary environment and a cost-of-living crisis where spending is being squeezed. With the growing urgency in sustainability, what new business models are we likely to see filtering through?
This is the first of a new series of quarterly articles, highlighting key trends across energy, food and metal commodity markets. Commodity price volatility and supply shocks have ripple effects on the entire value chain, affecting business activities, costs and prices of end products. As a result, businesses are forced to adapt their strategies to manage the risks associated with commodity market fluctuations, while consumers’ behaviour shifts amid the cost-of-living crisis.
After a booming summer for socialising, things are starting to cool off. Inflation and the cost of living crisis are catching up with consumers who might still have some pent-up desire to go out. These conflicting desires leave consumers dangling between spend and save, while still looking for ways to continue their social lives.
High commodity prices and supply chain disruptions are to continue to set the global economy on a course of slower growth and high inflation in 2023. Euromonitor International takes a closer look at a category that is often used to test the resilience of colour cosmetics during periods of downturn - lipstick.
Consumer awareness of sugar content in soft drinks continues to grow and play a key role in product innovation and portfolio management. At the same time, suppliers are under increasing pressure to re-evaluate the various sweetening methods for soft drinks amid supply chain shortages and inflationary pressure. In this piece, we’ll look at how and why it’s important for ingredient suppliers to not just monitor their own commodity prices but the prices and availability of the end user products their ingredients go into.
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