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  1. Global and Regional Mega-Trends: Understanding Consumer Attitudes and Behaviors in Changing Lifestages

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: CS0002AB
    Consumer lifestages are rapidly evolving as gender stereotypes evolve, with many women leaving behind traditional household duties and men showing a growing interest in personal care. Increasing numbers of young adults are also choosing to delay responsibilities such as marriage and children until later life; whilst several older consumers seek to defy their age and remain young in both attitude and appearance.
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  2. Global and Regional Mega-Trends: Understanding Consumer Attitudes and Behaviors in Individuality

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: CS0008AB
    There is a feeling of time-scarcity among consumers who simply feel there isn’t enough time in the day to do what they want. Busier and more active lifestyles, and longer working hours are leading to greater pressure on consumers, which in turn is leading to increasing level of stress. Many consumers are quickly realizing that they need to re-prioritize what is important to them, and take time out to relax and unwind at the end of the day.
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  3. The Future of Hotels in Hungary to 2019: Market Profile

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: TT1877MP
    "The Future of Hotels in Hungary to 2019: Market Profile" is the result of extensive research on the travel and tourism industry covering the hotels market in Hungary. It provides detailed analysis on key trends and issues, market size and forecasts, key performance indicators and competitive landscape in the Hungarian hotels market. The report also includes an overview of the Hungarian travel and tourism industry covering key trends, barriers to tourism and tourist attractions with a detailed SWOT analysis of the tourism industry in Hungary. Review and forecast data for tourism demand factors and market indicators has also been included in the report. This report also provides an overview of the leading companies in the hotels market in Hungary.
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  4. Consumer Attitudes and Online Retail Dynamics in Russia, 2014–2019

    By: Conlumino
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: RT0215IS
    The online retail market in Russia is expanding at a rapid pace despite a gloomy economic environment. Cash-strapped Russian shoppers are looking for cheaper deals and value for money and in the process are purchasing more goods online, where cash on delivery is the most preferred payment method. Until recently, the country’s tier I cities, such as Moscow and Saint Petersburg, were responsible for the majority of online retail sales in the country. However, improvements in internet infrastructure, affordable access to the internet, rising income levels, and increasing computer literacy, developing cities will be potential retail markets in the future.
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  5. Consumer Attitudes and Online Retail Dynamics in France, 2014–2019

    By: Conlumino
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: RT0216IS
    Online will continue to enjoy double digit growth over the next five years, where convenience will be the prime factor moving French consumers to shop online. Moreover, the number of people going online through mobile devices is increasing in the country, and is further expected to improve multi-channel buying habits among consumers. In response, online retailers are expanding their business and attracting online shoppers by providing customer services such as free shipping and a drive-through service. Many international online retailers have entered the country in the past few years and more retailers have plans to do the same. Online retailers have integrated their sites with social networking sites, to attract consumers who prefer to read reviews about the company and products before they purchase.
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  6. Consumer Attitudes and Online Retail Dynamics in the US, 2014–2019

    By: Conlumino
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: RT0223IS
    Online sales are expected to gain traction over the next few years as an increasing number of customers use online platforms to make purchases. In a sea of choices, consumers are leveraging technology and are becoming more and more tech-savvy, with the usage of mobiles, internet, and social media becoming a large part of the shopping process. Events such as Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other holiday season sales are witnessing record sales annually. With the increase in the number of internet users in the US, the future of online retailing looks bright; moreover, due to a wide variety of channels available for shopping, “Omni-channel retailing” is being adopted by more and more retailers. The major focus of the retailer is to create a unified shopping experience for the customer by integrating their online and offline shopping channels.
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  7. Travel and Tourism in New Zealand to 2019

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: TT0252MR
    The New Zealand inbound tourism market has registered strong growth over the last few years, and this trend is expected to continue, driven by Tourism New Zealand’s promotional efforts. China has been a key target market for Tourism New Zealand and it has now shifted its focus from volume to value. New Zealand aims to attract high value Chinese travelers who travel more widely, stay for longer, and spend more money. Conversely, the number of domestic trips totaled 16.8 million in 2014, recording hardly any growth during the historic period. This is largely due to the growing preference of New Zealanders for outbound trips due to the stronger New Zealand dollar, which increased the affordability of international trips.
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  8. Travel and Tourism in the UAE to 2019

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: TT0239MR
    International arrivals to the UAE increased at a CAGR of 8.13% during the historic period. The growth was partly driven by the steady political environment in the UAE compared to other major tourist destinations in the region such as Egypt and Tunisia. However, trips from Russia, the fastest-growing source market for the UAE during the historic period, have been declining since 2014 due to the depreciating currency in that country. Driven by a reduced unemployment rate, domestic trips totaled 7.6 million in 2014, while outbound trips stood at 4.6 million. Dubai has set “Tourism Vision 2020” plan, aiming to attract 20 million tourists and AED300 billion (US$81.7 billion) of tourism revenue.
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  9. Global Electrical and Electronics Retailing, 2014–2019; Market Dynamics, Retail Trends, and Competitive Landscape

    By: Conlumino
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: RT0346SR
    Over the past decade, significant demand for portable data-enabled devices has emerged across the globe. A revolution in this regard was the launch of affordable smartphones and other handheld devices during the past few years. Following recession, consumers in developed markets have become price-conscious and favor the online channel for better price deals and savings. The channel has significantly increased its penetration in the category and has become the second largest channel behind specialist retailers. In order to remain competitive, specialist retailers are integrating their offline and online platforms to provide an omni-channel shopping experience. Emerging markets, such as India and China, are key growth drivers, producing high demand driven by rising spending power across the thriving middle-class population.
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  10. Electrical and Electronics Retailing in Americas, 2014–2019; Market Dynamics, Retail Trends, and Competitive Landscape

    By: Conlumino
    , Published: Aug-2015
    , Product code: RT0360SR
    The US leads the Electrical and Electronics retail market in the Americas, with total sales of US$278.8 billion. The country witnessed slow growth over the past five years, impacted by the economic crisis and subsequent consumer frugality. The US Electrical and Electronics market is forecast to expand by 3.8% during 2014–2019, influenced by returning economic growth and strong sales growth over the online channel. Latin American countries such as Peru, Chile, and Brazil are growing at a higher rate due to stable economic and political conditions, increased disposable income, and high growth in domestic demand, driven by the growing affluent and middle class population. A wider choice of products, lower prices, comfortable delivery options, and favorable return policies are helping the growth of online channels in the region, which is causing specialist retailers to continue losing their share to the online channel in the Electrical and Electronics market.
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