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Shifting Consumer Behaviours Shape Strategies for Leading Personal Accessories Brands

Benjamin Schneider

Benjamin Schneider

16 Sep 21

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic accelerating several global consumer trends toward increased digital device use, as well as increased value and values-driven consumption, many leading players across personal accessories - including bags and luggage, jewellery, watches, and writing instruments - are employing a set of similar strategies to build their brands and drive profits and demand.

Podcast

Sustainability in Luxury Goods: An Interview with Euromonitor International and Valuence Holdings

Fflur Roberts

Fflur Roberts

15 Sep 21

While the global luxury goods market is expected to recover from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, sustainability will remain an increasing focus area for luxury players to engage with consumers; values are changing, and a new normal is taking shape. In this podcast, Euromonitor International’s Industry Manager Fflur Roberts and Consultant Yuri Gorai discuss sustainability trends in the global luxury goods industry as well as in the important Japanese market with Senior Specialist for Investor Relations and ESG at Valuence Holdings, Taro Okamura.

Podcast

Top Trends Shaping the Apparel Industry in South Africa

Rubab Abdoolla

Rubab Abdoolla

10 Sep 21

As South Africa has experienced recessionary economic conditions in the past year due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, value sales of apparel and footwear have declined by 15%. As a result, new trends such as digitalisation, cash-on-delivery and the rise of casual wear have emerged and are gaining traction. Though the pandemic caused massive disruption to supply chains with country-wide lockdowns, port backlogs and shipping delays, many companies have turned to local production, which has the advantage of more agile supply. In a market where agility is needed, it is in retailers' interest to support and invest in the local manufacturing industry.

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HITT - Hospitality Inside Think Tank

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

13 Sep 21 | CET: 07:00 AM
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Corporates Turn Their Focus to Mitigating Longer Term Risks in a Post-Pandemic World

Fflur Roberts

Fflur Roberts

19 Aug 21

Luxury and fashion players are facing a deeply transformed consumer and retail landscape post-COVID-19. Strong merger and acquisition activity is expected, whilst organic growth strategies are likely to revolve around agile adaptability and a careful review of legacy standard operating procedures. Those best fitted to the new environment are set to survive and thrive.​

Podcast

Fashion Friday: Top 3 Trends Shaping Apparel in Latin America

Jorge Zuniga

Jorge Zuniga

13 Aug 21

The impact of COVID-19 raised awareness about the environmental consequences that consumption habits have on the planet. Companies that demonstrate purpose-driven solutions and sustainable commitments as part of the core business are increasing to…

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