Euromonitor’s Sustainability Practice empowers businesses to create change and transform markets. By leveraging our data and thought leadership, opportunities to attract customers and gain competitive advantage become clear.
Our experts can help you build an effective sustainability strategy. By leveraging our data across product claims, retail sales, surveys and company financials, we can identify opportunities and safeguard against threats, helping to futureproof your business. Wherever you are on your sustainability journey, our approach can help you prioritise, expand and innovate your sustainable initiatives.
Would you like to know the types of sustainable products proving popular in your markets? For example, are 'can be recycled' product claims more popular than 'vegan' - in which categories? Take a look at our Sustainable Product Claims Index for an overview. The index is part of our Sustainability Opportunity Tracker. Learn more.
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Sustainability is becoming one of the most important innovation areas in the pet care industry. Our client sought to further improve their market position by identifying opportunities to win in selected markets. Sizing and forecasting the market for products with sustainability claims was key.
How much more will consumers pay for sustainability? Which product claims add the most value? Discover how a premium package food player determined which consumer segments and markets they should target and prioritise.
This global home goods business wanted to better understand investment opportunities present in the market. Sustainability had often been discussed more as a risk than as an opportunity. Now the goal was to develop sustainability as a foundation for growing the bottom line.
Businesses are under pressure to consider their impact on people and the planet, addressing environmental concerns and helping consumers build sustainable habits. Do you have a plan in place to integrate responsible practices into strategic thinking to create change?
Acting on climate change mitigation is a must for fmcg companies nowadays, but it needs to be done in a transparent and accountable way. Setting net zero strategies is an excellent way to demonstrate environmental commitment, but also to proactively tackle a still disruptive market space. This article takes a look at what a net zero strategy is, why it is important, and why companies should act now to uncover market potential with carbon neutral product claims.
Shoptalk Europe, held in Barcelona, stands as the premier retail conference in Europe, bringing together brands, retailers, and industry professionals to explore topics such as retail transformation, shifting consumer behaviour, and strategies to adapt to an ever-changing business landscape.
2022 faced simultaneous headwinds: inflation reached record levels around the globe, driven by energy and food shortages because of the war in Ukraine. The ensuing rise in interest rates coupled with growing political tensions has negatively impacted consumer and business confidence, resulting in a projected fall of real GDP to 2.3% in 2023. Against this bleak backdrop, the issue of climate change is more pressing than ever.
Grupo Ohla, the largest Latin American Marketing & Sales conglomerate, together with the Adam Smith Center from Florida International University (FIU) invites you to the next "Latin American Summit: Market Insights, Trends, and Consumers" to be held on May 3th and 4th, in in Miami, Florida, United States, and will be streamed live to all Latin America.
Megatrends are powerful shifts in consumer behaviour that transform the future of business. Plan your innovation roadmap, build consumer-centric strategies and unlock your growth potential with this megatrend analysis report.
The Earth Day 2023 theme underscores the significance of investing in our planet, emphasising the role that governments, businesses, and consumers must play in fostering a more sustainable economy. Immediate collaboration towards significant actions is needed to keep global warming below 1.5C. The private sector's essential magnitude and celerity give it the capability to steer the most significant changes. As a result, stakeholders expect businesses to take action on the issue.