The Hotel & Hospitality Show forms part of a dedicated portfolio of events proudly serving the hospitality industry across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. It showcases products, equipment, services & design, for restaurants, cafes, bars, hotels, and foodservice owners, managers, and operators.
The marketplace in OTC drugs is going through a period of acute change, as formulators and marketers increasingly must consider factors like sustainability and digitalisation in product design and brand outreach and development. In this podcast, Stella Vatcheva and Matthew Oster discuss prominent approaches from category adjacencies in consumer goods and how the OTC industry plans to incorporate these innovations moving forward.
As consumers seek a return to normal in 2022, acceptance, self-care and inclusion are at the forefront of consumers’ mindsets. In this webinar we examine how the self-love trend is manifesting itself in different markets around the world through the lens of consumer health products.
Personalisation is one of Euromonitor's Megatrends - this article highlights how personalisation is playing out in vitamins and dietary supplements.
The OTCToolbox Consumer Healthcare BD&I Event is a truly global event for anyone working in business development and innovation in the consumer healthcare/OTC industry. The five-day online conference and networking event is the only one dedicated to business development and innovation.
This report highlights the results of Euromonitor International's Voice of the Industry: Consumer Health survey, alongside commentary and context from Euromonitor International experts.
Menopausal consumers are an untapped market for many health and beauty businesses, as more people look to treat their symptoms holistically. Both internal and external treatments are thriving, with opportunity in phytoestrogens, Ayurveda and the microbiome. Menotech offers solutions in terms of tracking and symptomatic relief, while community offers a more affordable option in educating consumers, fighting taboos and fostering a support system.
Global growth in consumer health is expected to reach 2% in 2021, up just slightly from 2020. The fitful pace of reopenings has allowed for marginal improvements in consumer spend in categories suppressed during the height of the pandemic. But the persistent spread of the virus and the still-ongoing efforts to vaccinate consumers across the globe continue to constrain growth.