The pandemic has impacted the traditional toys industry unfavourably in Southeast Asia, except for Singapore. This is a striking difference from other regions where a prolonged stay at home period and travel restrictions have is due mainly to economic strain which stopped consumers from purchasing non-essential goods, and the exponential rise of free-to-play video games. Despite the challenging environment, the toy industry in the region remains afloat and can look forward to the future, because of ‘kidults’.
With price inflation impacting almost all consumer packaged goods globally in 2022, including in Asia Pacific, this report seeks to examine how soft drinks companies and consumers have been impacted. By looking at the median price movements of leading soft drinks categories across various markets, we are able to analyse and evaluate varying company strategies in light of growing inflationary pressures.
We give an APAC market overview, highlighting the ultra-premium nature of the Hong Kong pet market and focus on the drivers behind the demand for premium pet products, especially pet healthcare products.
Indonesia is the second largest cigarette market in the world, and is the largest market meaningfully accessible to international companies, given trading restrictions in China. Smoking levels remain high and despite economic and regulatory threats to demand, this remains a key market to watch for tobacco.
Euromonitor's Head of Economies Lan Ha takes a deep dive into the evolving role of ASEAN in the New Economic Era, the threats & opportunities it poses for the region, and what this means in the short and the long term. Our Head of Cities Research Fransua Vytautas Razvadauskas shall take the discussion even deeper envisaging what this means for emerging cities in ASEAN.
In this podcast, Euromonitor's Julia Illera, Rachel He, Amulya Pandit, and Herbert Yum discuss the key findings from their recent report, Wellness: Longevity and the Quest for Healthy Ageing in Asia Pacific. Hear insights on the link between rising longevity and consumers’ search for a healthy life and learn the three key pillars to indentify the wellness opportunities in the APAC region.
Wellness has been identified by Euromonitor International as having the furthest-reaching impact on industries and consumers in the future. This report looks at the link between rising longevity and consumers’ search for a healthy life and highlights the potential impact of the behaviour of healthier consumers on consumer goods industries in the years to come through three lenses - nutritional habits, physical wellness and internal balance - to help the reader understand the changing Asia Pacific consumer.