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  1. Seize+Adapt Case Study: Wider Opportunities for a Detergent Dosing Bottle

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CS0006SA
    Packaging innovation can be a tricky area to navigate, but by thinking laterally and exploring pack formats that are already available outside your own market sectors, it may be possible to Seize+Adapt an idea, modifying it to suit your own purposes. This case study was compiled using Canadean's Pack-Track packaging innovation tool and takes a closer look at a plastic bottle with an internal dosing mechanism, currently used for a laundry care product, and considers how the format could cross over into other categories.
    $495.00

  2. Seize+Adapt Case Study: Wider Opportunities for a Bleach Tablet Dispenser Pack

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CS0007SA
    Packaging innovation can be a tricky area to navigate, but by thinking laterally and exploring pack formats that are already available outside your own market sectors, it may be possible to Seize+Adapt an idea, modifying it to suit your own purposes. This case study was compiled using Canadean's Pack-Track packaging innovation tool and takes a closer look at a plastic bottle with a child-resistant dispensing closure, currently used for a household care product, and considers how the format could cross over into other categories.
    $495.00

  3. Hot Topics: Organic and Natural – Capitalizing on consumer preferences for natural and organic products

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CS0013CS
    Organic and natural trends involve individuals who seek a mixture of high quality, simplified, healthy and ethical products that are often part of wider environmental and social responsibility. In food and drink, "quality" often refers to pleasantness in taste and aroma, which allows self-indulgence. Natural or organic claims suggest that the ingredients are responsibly sourced and in line with higher environmental responsibility and animal welfare. Knowing a product abides by organic standards means that it is unadulterated by preservatives and artificial additives, so consumers consider it safer, healthier and more ethical.
    $3,450.00

  4. FMCG Industry Business Outlook and Procurement Survey Nov 2016–Apr 2017

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CS6065PR
    Mergers and acquisitions are expected to increase within the FMCG industry over the next six months (November 2016-April 2017) as a result of rising competition, margin pressure, and low-cost debt financing. Even though pricing pressure and market uncertainty have been highlighted as major business concerns for the global FMCG industry over the next six months, respondents are willing to increase their focus towards expansion in current markets and development of new products. Furthermore, developing economies such as China, Mexico, and Brazil are projected to offer significant growth opportunities for the global FMCG industry due to the growing middle class, expansion of retail stores, and lifestyle changes among the young population. On average, the global FMCG industries procurement expenditure is projected to increase by 5% over the next six months.
    $1,950.00

  5. TrendSights Analysis: Blurring Gender Boundaries

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CS0055TS
    As a result of the changing landscapes of gender conventions, many brands are adopting a gender-neutral approach in the way they conceive and promote products. This trend is a reflection of the cultural changes that have been defining the concept of what it means to be a man or a woman, as well as their roles in today's society. Blurring Gender Boundaries addresses the new concepts that are defying conventional ideas and values related to the role of products in gender identities.
    $3,450.00

  6. TrendSights Analysis: Wellbeing

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: CS0020TS
    The Wellbeing trend comes from a growing understanding and interest in health that is informing the product choices consumers are making. It accompanies broad attitudes to both physical and mental health, and comes out of a realization that the products one uses and consumes have a far reaching impact on us.
    $3,450.00

  7. Tobacco Company Profile – Donskoy Tabak

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CI0063MR
    Donskoy Tabak is the largest Russian-owned manufacturer of cigarettes and is part of the Agrokom Group. It ranked fourth overall in the Russian cigarette market in 2015, generating domestic sales of 27 billion pieces. Donskoy Tabak sits within a wider grouping of companies that come under the control of the Agrokom Group. Activities range from meat processing to mineral water, with a large number based in the Rostov-on-Don area. The company has been fairly active in developing new products in recent years, with aims to strengthen its position both in the domestic and international markets. Donskoy Tabak acquired Nevo Tabak, boosting its domestic sales and market share in 2010.
    $975.00

  8. Tobacco Company Profile – Tabacuba

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CI0086MR
    Tabacuba, or Grupo Empresarial de Tabaco de Cuba (Union of Tobacco Companies of Cuba), is the dominant cigarette manufacturer in Cuba and 100% state-owned by the Government of Cuba. The company established joint ventures; Habanos SA is responsible for distribution and international sale of cigars worldwide and Brascuba is responsible for the production of cigarettes for sale via hard currency markets and also for export.
    $975.00

  9. Cigarettes in Egypt

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CG0249MR
    The Egyptian cigarette market had, until recently, recorded strong growth, assisted by a policy of price maintenance, a relatively buoyant economy, and population expansion. However, between 2011 and 2012 the market suffered falls in volumes, with tax-led price increases a major factor forcing many to opt for non-duty paid sales, which until then had not been a problem in Egypt. Per capita consumption averages 903 pieces, which is high by African standards, although lower than in some other North African and Middle Eastern countries.
    $975.00

  10. Cigarettes in Syria

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: CG0321MR
    Syria is one of the larger countries in the Middle East. Although the global financial crisis caused a slowdown in growth in 2008, real GDP still grew by 6% in 2009, but the economy slowed in 2010 with growth down to 3.2%. There was a 2% decline in 2011 as the political and social unrest of the Arab uprising continued, with no sign of the violence ending. The cigarette industry has a large youth population and a strong cultural prevalence of smoking cigarettes and narghile (water pipes). A high percentage of adult males and females are smokers. King size filter cigarettes used to dominate the market and were favored by most consumers.
    $975.00

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