During the forecast period, volume sales of wearable electronics are expected to be boosted by the social media marketing strategies of well-known brands, both through their own campaigns and via partnerships with well-known influencers. Platforms such as TikTok are already being used to boost the popularity of certain brands, especially in the form of product reviews and comparisons.
Since the COVID-19 crisis, many consumers have been on a mission to boost their health and wellbeing to ensure that they are not vulnerable any future pandemics that may come their way. One way in which they are looking to achieve this is through the use of wearable electronics, which allow them to track metrics such as blood pressure, steps taken, heart rate and many other indicators.
Devices that make use of technology, such as the internet of things (IOT), are expected to increase in popularity in South Africa over the forecast period. Such products are expected to boost demand for wearable electronics, as these are currently being used for the remote operation of smart devices such as televisions, laptops, fridges, and many other products via consumers’ smartphones.
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Electronic devices designed to be worn by the user, typically on the wrist or head. The category only covers products designed for retail sale and consumer usage. Products designed for use in medical, military and any other profession such as diving are excluded.See All of Our Definitions
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