LONDON, UK – Market research company Euromonitor International has launched a new data solution that focuses on e-commerce, providing businesses with market intelligence and valuable insights to aid their decision-making process on how consumers are engaging with brands online.
Tissue World is setting up in Düsseldorf for the first time, bringing together thousands of industry professionals for three days of trading, learning, and networking in one of Europe’s most mature tissue markets.
Use this webinar as an opportunity to engage with experts from the industry and commentators with an external viewpoint. Supply chains, geopolitics, consumer behaviour, leadership strategies – we invite you bring your curiosity, ideas and questions.
Consumer expectations for holistic care are growing, and businesses are setting sights on new opportunities, accelerating industry convergence within women’s wellness. This article explores how this is unfolding in North America across five prominent industries—sanitary protection, adult incontinence, skin care, sexual health and gut health— and discusses opportunities and challenges ahead.
The consumer tissue and hygiene industry is expected to see continued growth beyond 2021, supported by improved health awareness, product accessibility and incomes, particularly in developing markets. As consumers continue to prioritise efficacy, multifunctionality, value, and a clean and ethical positioning, brands that are accessible, purpose-driven, digitally-savvy and keen to build around consumer need states are most likely to thrive in the long run.
Consumer lifestyles and purchase decisions are increasingly leaning towards more sustainable practices. Sustainable supply chain, reduction in non-recyclable plastic packaging, and alternative fibres are among the strategies being adopted by the industry to meet changing demand in global tissue products.
We’re in a whole new era of “clean,” as the wipes industry has adapted to meet the needs of a changing world. In a paradigm shift, clean now means safe, as killing viruses and germs becomes paramount.