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Global Economic Forecasts: Q2 2022

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

8 Jun 22

Our Global Economic Forecast reports highlight quarterly macro changes across key markets. For our Q2 2022 edition, we consider the economic implications of the war in Ukraine and the potential impact of a global stagflation scenario.

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Home and Garden in Latin America Faces an Online Transaction Reality

Felipe Carreirão

Felipe Carreirão

3 Jun 22

The e-commerce tsunami formed by the pandemic earthquake shook both consumers and companies to a new transaction reality. Although recent growth already hinted at the need for all players to adapt and excel in the online environment, the rapid developments of the pandemic represented a hard landing for those players that took their time to act, with many struggling to fulfil consumers' needs and expectations.

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The Future of Work – Hybrid Work Model Call for New Management Practices

Indre Zebrauskaite

Indre Zebrauskaite

23 May 22

COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in employees’ work preferences and employers’ attitudes towards remote working. While during strict quarantines companies were forced to enter remote working, many are planning to retain teleworking options for their employees, expand investments into communications and IT solutions facilitating successful remote and hybrid work models.

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Hybrid Working Podcast Series: Impact on Food and Nutrition

Natalia Theofilopoulou

Natalia Theofilopoulou

18 May 22

This episode is part of a series we have recently started, that explores how hybrid working has impacted several industries in Western Europe. This is the second episode in the series. We will focus on how retailers in the food and nutrition space are responding to this recent change in working patterns, in terms of retailing, product assortment and distribution.

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The Socialisation Paradox: A Dichotomy of Consumer Comfort

Amy Rollinson

Amy Rollinson

16 May 22

Consumers are approaching a return to pre-pandemic life in different ways based on their comfort levels. Certain consumers are eager, whilst others are hesitant, to resume their normal activities, creating The Socialisation Paradox. This impacts a range of industries, from travel, food service, alcoholic drinks and home. Some consumers will continue to invest in making their home a sanctuary, while others will seek hedonistic endeavors. For some, foreign travel is an exciting prospect, while anxiety of others continues to buoy domestic tourism.

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时尚行业未来三大趋势

Marguerite Le Rolland

Marguerite Le Rolland

11 May 22

鞋服是受疫情影响最严重的行业之一,但就在该行业以超预期的速度复苏时,却遇上了诸多动荡,包括充满不确定性的乌克兰危机和飞速增长的通胀率。这不仅意味着生产成本的上升,供应链进一步陷入困境,还会面临消费者支出的减少。 在如此挑战的背景下,时尚行业正加速转型,以适应疫情后的新世界,本文将探讨这些变化对该行业长期而言将意味着什么。

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Global Economic Outlook: Q2 2022

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

21 Apr 22

The global economy faces new headwinds following the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, while the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over. The war in Ukraine and its resulting sanctions imposed on Russia are projected to cause accelerated energy and commodity prices, further disruptions in global supply chains and reduced business and consumer confidence.

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Snackification: Product Innovation and The Future of Occasions

Margaux Laine

Margaux Laine

14 Apr 22

Historically, urbanisation drove snackification. Convenience and portability were key due to time pressures and a growing on-demand culture. Two years following the onset of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, digitalisation and technology have become key elements, whilst premiumisation has been negatively affected by the economic costs of the pandemic. Lastly, health priorities have gained importance, offering innovation opportunities.

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Three Key Trends That Will Shape the Future of Fashion

Marguerite Le Rolland

Marguerite Le Rolland

31 Mar 22

The apparel and footwear industry was among the worst hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, but just as recovery was taking place faster than expected, the industry is now facing more turbulences around the fast-moving uncertainty in Ukraine, galloping inflation rates, which mean rising production costs, further supply chain woes, not to mention weakened consumer spending.