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The global economic environment has become more volatile during the last few years, with many risks clouding the outlook. Business leaders now need to focus on building resilience, improve efficiency and enhancing market foresight to prepare themselves for macroeconomic shocks and identify new growth opportunities.
Sustained high inflation has hit sales of home and garden products across most of Western Europe, as well as in many countries in the Asia Pacific region. With consumer confidence shaken by rising prices, exerting downward pressure on people’s purchasing power, shoppers are postponing purchases of big-ticket items like furniture, as they prioritise spending on daily essentials.
Between 2022-2040, East Africa is predicted to record faster economic growth than sub-Saharan Africa at large and other Asian economies that are experiencing rapid industrialisation. However, like in other parts of sub-Saharan Africa, the region will still need to grapple with major challenges, including widespread poverty and political instability.
Across various markets worldwide, plant-based and vegan labelled foods have become fixtures. While the term “vegan” is unambiguous and long-standing, the term “plant-based” has achieved popularity more recently. Euromonitor’s health and wellness data allow the state of play to be accurately accessed – are foods labelled “vegan” selling more or less than foods labelled “plant-based”?
Luggage sales globally were heavily impacted by the pandemic, as travel halted. As COVID-19 restrictions eased in 2021, travel returned, and luggage sales rebounded. However, in 2022, inflationary pressures, the war in Ukraine and continued restrictions in China hampered the full recovery questioning if the industry will return to pre-pandemic levels as initially expected.
As the pandemic and the war in Ukraine have placed intense stress on global supply chains, purely efficiency-based models have shown their limits in the fashion industry. Since then, luxury and fashion players have pivoted their business models to build their resilience for tomorrow, and beat the impact of inflation, while they also need to anticipate regulatory shifts in terms of sustainability to plan for the future.
E-commerce growth is coming down from pandemic-driven highs and achieving a new level of maturity.
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Leveraging Euromonitor’s recent report, the Top 10 Global Consumer Trends 2023, the purpose of this webinar is to provide you with valuable insights on the most relevant trends in Asia Pacific and discuss how they can be applied to help businesses make informed decisions.Explore More
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