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Euromonitor International: Our Story
 
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Euromonitor International is the world’s leading independent provider of strategic market research. We create data and analysis on thousands of products and services around the world. As independent market research experts, you can rely on us for unbiased historic trends and forecasts for every region, country, category, channel and consumer. Our innovative market research products, reliable reports and daily updates from expert analysts make Euromonitor International an essential resource for every organisation. Euromonitor International's extensive network of in-country analysts provides the depth of local business information required in today’s international business environment. Our global industry specialist teams ensure the international consistency of our research. With offices around the world, analysts in over 80 countries and market research on every key trend and driver, we give you powerful access to the real story behind consumer change. Emerging countries or developed economies: we identify the next opportunity first.
Strengths and Weaknesses of ASEAN
 
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The Association of South Eastern Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a group of ten countries aiming to spur economic growth among its member countries. The next step for ASEAN, states Hilary Walsh, Economy Finance and Trade Manager at Euromonitor, is to create a European-style economic block, which the group hopes will be in place by 2015. Although the agreement will lower barriers to trade and investment in the area, ASEAN countries must be cautious of economic integration, as economic problems among groups can lead to contagion, much like the European Union's debt crisis.
Three Restaurant Technology Trends in Foodservice at the NRA Show 2017
 
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Technology was on display at the National Restaurant Association Show 2017. Consumer facing technology that enhances the level of customisation was a big trend at the show, with Coca-Cola's freestyle machine on display. Software solutions catering to back-of-house processes, such as technology that monitors food safety were also prevalent at the show. Lastly, consumer-facing technology that caters to convenience and speed was also a large trend.
An Overview of the Global Soft Drinks Market in 2017
 
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Euromonitor International’s 2017 edition of Soft Drinks is now live and available to access on Passport, including updated figures for 2016, latest forecasts that now extend to 2021, and size and brand/company share data for 80 different countries. Overall, 2016 proved to be a year of overall volume growth, but also a year of changing consumer attitudes and aggressive innovation. Traditional category lines continue to blur or disappear. Beverage brands are rethinking how to reach their consumers, how to meet nutritional needs with their products and how to craft profitable growth strategies as consumption declines in some important areas.
How can Euromonitor Help you Grow?
 
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We are a global market research company focused on industries, countries, economies and consumers worldwide. Our cross-country comparable research helps your organisation identify opportunities and develop growth strategies in countries and regions across the globe. With offices around the world, analysts in 80 countries and market research on every key trend and driver, we give you powerful access to the real story behind consumer change.
Using Passport to Understand the Value Chain
 
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Passport by Euromonitor International defines effective market entry strategy for your business. Use Passport to analyse adjacent industries, local market environments and target consumers and gain a complete understanding of the entire value chain.
Working at Euromonitor International
 
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Euromonitor International is the world's leading strategic independent market research company. We offer unmatched opportunities in our offices around the world, from research and consulting to business development and technology. Working at Euromonitor is dynamic and fast-paced, spanning industries, countries and languages as we strive to better understand the world and how people do business in it. We also give back to the communities we exist in, giving over £1 million this year alone to charitable causes.
The Importance of Megatrend Analysis
 
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A megatrend is a shift in behaviour or attitude that has global impact and crosses multiple industries. In a rapidly changing global environment, megatrend analysis is critical for companies seeking to drive sustainable growth and remain relevant as competition increases and new ideas disrupt entire industries. Learn more about Euromonitor International’s 4 step megatrend analysis framework, what is a megatrend is, what drives them and why this is important for your organisation.
The Success of Private Label Brands
 
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Innovation is a driving factor in private label brands as consumers look to spend less. Learn more: http://go.euromonitor.com/new-face-of-private-label-global-market-trends-2018-strategy-briefing.html
Key Challenges and Opportunities for the ASEAN
 
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The Association of Southeastern Asian Nations, or ASEAN, still faces challenges - but those challenges come opportunities. The ASEAN is divided into two tiers, with the first tier composed of nations with a strong consumption basis and more developed retail landscapes. The second tier is composed of countries without a large middle class and no discretionary spending. The division means that companies entering the ASEAN should not rely on a "one-size fits all' strategy.
Global Energy Consumption  Five Key Facts
 
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Global primary energy consumption increased by 11.0% between 2008-2013. Watch the complete video for insights into regional and industrial energy trends.
Industry, Economic and Consumer Trends 2019
 
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With a stronger global economy, in 2018 consumer expenditure is expected to grow at its strongest rate since 2011. However, shifting consumer attitudes and behaviours will continue to cause disruption for businesses. Learn about what 2019 means for industries, economies and consumers as Euromonitor analysts from around the globe share their perspectives on their respective fields of research.
Vietnam and India: The Next Hubs for Manufacturing in Asia
 
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Amidst China’s transition into a high-skilled manufacturing hub, Vietnam and India are attracting numerous businesses that are seeking to shift their low to medium skilled manufacturing plants to neighboring nations, offering lower cost of labour. The governments of both these nations are making strides to enhance investment sentiments. However, challenges like shortage of skilled labour, low productivity, high corruption and large infrastructure deficit to need to be addressed to cement their position as a chief manufacturing hub in the region.
Global Industry Overview: Apparel
 
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Magdalena Kondej, Head of Global Apparel Research at Euromonitor International, gives a detailed overview of the apparel industry. 2010 was a relatively good year for the industry following poor performances in 2008 and 2009. Although companies faced rising cotton prices and an increase in overall wages, the industry managed growth of 4% in value sales globally. Although consumers are spending on apparel, it's at a more moderate pace than other products, explains Kondej. Learn more: http://go.euromonitor.com/extract-global-consumer-survey-results-apparel-beauty-grooming.html
Mercosur Rises to the World Stage
 
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Trade negations were a prominent part of international discourse in 2012, and as a result of this, the Mercosur trade agreement between Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Venezuela and Bolivia rose to the international stage. Mercosur countries are not only important because of their growth in consumer expenditure, but also because of their rich agricultural and natural resources. Mercosur has also evolved from a trade agreement to more of a European Union style model which is tackling debt relief and negotiations with outside groups. The importance of Mercosur, as it rises to the world stage, cannot be understated.
Distribution sélective : Kiko et Sephora tirent leur épingle du jeu
 
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Les spécialistes de la distribution des produits de beauté en France adoptent des stratégies variées pour attirer des consommateurs traditionnellement attachés à des notions de conseils et services sur mesure. Des magasins tels que Kiko, qui est apparu sur le marché français en 2010, utilisent des couleurs vives de la musique et surtout le libre-service pour pousser leurs ventes. D'autres chaines, notamment Sephora, tirent parti de leur ventes en ligne pour forer une communauté dans laquelle les utilisateurs peuvent évaluer les produits et lire les avis des consommateurs. Le circuit de la distribution sélective des produits de beauté va rester très compétitif, et seuls les acteurs qui peuvent adapter leur offre à une audience ciblée pourront survivre.
Megatrends: Ethical Living
 
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Ethical Living is one of Euromonitor’s eight in-focus megatrends, impacting multiple industries and geographies. Climate change and more recently plastic pollution have grabbed the world's attention, raising consumers ethical standards and driving demand for sustainable products. Meeting these standards is no longer optional with many players heavily investing in eco-innovation and green communication as a key strategy initiative to protect brand reputation and foster sustainable growth.
Comex -- Sherwin-Williams: la historia interminable
 
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La adquisición de Comex por parte de Sherwin-Williams se ha convertido en una novela por entregas. Aunque la compra se anunció a finales del 2012, en julio el regulador mexicano frenó la operación. Pero dado que tanto en EE. UU. como en Canadá había sido aprobada, S-W finalizó la compra de todas las tiendas y fábricas en ambos países en septiembre. S-W tendrá que hacer ciertas concesiones para completar la compra de Comex, posiblemente la venta de una parte de la red de negocios en México.
5 Key Trends from the Sweets and Snacks Expo 2017
 
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The 2017 Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago, IL brought 760 exhibitors and more than 17,000 attendees together to highlight the latest developments in the snack food industry. Euromonitor International highlights five key trends that emerged from the event. In confectionery, manufacturers innovated with spicy flavors while the lines between gum and mints continued to blur. In savoury snacks, new products featured vegetables, pulses and ancient grains, and “healthy indulgence” was a key industrywide theme at the event. Even cookies aimed for a more healthful positioning at the show, as high-protein cookies emerged as a new potential star in the snacks market.
Passport by Euromonitor International
 
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Passport is a global market research database providing insight on industries, economies and consumers worldwide, helping our clients analyse market context and identify future trends impacting businesses globally. Our clients in more than 106 countries rely on Passport for their strategies and annual planning to develop and expand business opportunities, answer critical tactical questions and influence strategic decision-making.
What Makes Euromonitor a Unique Place to Work?
 
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Euromonitor helps companies with decisions and strategies that really make a difference. The work, while intellectually demanding and stimulating, focuses on quality above all else. Our focus is on our team. We pride ourselves on our diversity, our global footprint and the work we do every day. Empowerment and fostering a culture that pushes us to be the best we can be is a priority. Corporate social responsibility is more than a fad to us. We engage with the wider communities that surround our global offices as a big part of what we do every day. We push ourselves to give something back that really makes a difference.
Analysing the Recent Success of Cien Q10 Beauty Cream
 
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Surprising findings from a study conducted by the Spanish main consumer organization: Lidl´s face cream “Cien Q10” is more effective than other brands up to ten times the price. After reaching the top position in this quality ranking, Cien Q10 became a complete sell-out in Spain. Even a few months after the publication of this study, Spanish women still struggle to find the product, which vanishes from the shelves after every replacement. Learn more: http://go.euromonitor.com/extract-global-consumer-survey-results-apparel-beauty-grooming.html
Economic, Consumer and Industry Trends for 2018
 
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With a stronger global economy, in 2018 consumer expenditure is expected to grow at its strongest rate since 2011. This year, consumers will continue to question their values, priorities and purchasing decisions; deepening their engagement in the brands and issues that matter to them. Euromonitor asked its experts in economies, consumers and industries to discuss what 2018 means for their respective fields of research.
The End of an Era for Powder Laundry Detergent in Latin America
 
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http://blog.euromonitor.com/ In June of 2015, Procter and Gamble decided to no longer produce the powder variants of two popular laundry detergent brands, Ariel and Ace. This decision is mainly pricing-based, as liquid detergents are cheaper to produce. In Latin America, liquid formats are being produced by almost every brand including home businesses and smaller players. In the next years, pricing will become even more competitive as powder variants are slowly transitioned out of product portfolios.
El fin de una era para el detergente en polvo en América Latina
 
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En junio de 2015, Procter and Gamble decidió no seguir produciendo las versiones en polvo de Ariel y Ace, dos de sus marcas más populares de detergentes. Esta decisión se debe principalmente a un tema de precio, ya que los detergentes líquidos son más económicos de producir. En América Latina, el forma to líquido ya está siendo producido por casi todas las empresas, incluyendo pequeños jugadores y hasta negocios en casa. En los próximos años, el precio de los detergentes se volverá aún más competitivo a medida que los productos en polvo salgan lentamente de los portafolios de las empresas.
Hainan Province: One of the Fastest Growing Travel and Tourism Economies
 
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http://go.euromonitor.com/white-paper-cities-china-economic-consumer-dynamics-successful-business.html Caroline Bremner, Head of Travel and Tourism Research at Euromonitor International, just came back from WTTC's 14th annual Global Summit in Hainan. Hainan Province aims to become "an international island resort destination on a par with Hawaii" according to China's State Council and is one of the world's fastest growing travel and tourism economies, boasting a more concentrated collection of luxury properties than anywhere else in the world. Due to a lack of development in the past, Hainan offers tourists a wealth of natural attractions, including a tropical climate, stunning beaches, forests and hot springs, as well as a rich cultural heritage. To ensure that the island meets its goals, areas for development in the future include boosting air connectivity and creating greater product diversification to cater to a broader range of visitors.
What is the Future of Market Research?
 
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The market research industry is an exciting moment of evolution, with disruption in both execution and delivery. The relationship between researchers and clients is changing due to technological developments, shifting economic power and evolving consumer values. What will the future of market research look like 10 years from now? Watch the video to find out more.
Top 5 Trends from the Sweets & Snacks Expo 2018
 
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Euromonitor attended the Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago in May 2018, and observed five key trends at the show. From the blending of flavour profiles to organic and fibre-filled snacks, this year's expo showed that companies are responding to consumer demand for healthy products, mixing up old recipes and taking chances on new ingredients.
Burberry Terminates Licensing Deal with Sanyo Shokai
 
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http://blog.euromonitor.com/ In June 2015, Burberry terminated its licensing agreement with Sanyo Shokai, a popular Japanese clothing manufacturer and distributor. This is in line with the trend of licensing by luxury brands declining due to the fact that licensing often creates a gap in pricing and brand perceptions between the original products and licensed ones. However, the luxury goods market in Japan remains promising due to increasing tourism and strong economic outlook.
The Retailing Environment in Latin America
 
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This video discusses the key retailing trends in Latin America including discounters in Chile, cash and carry in Argentina, co-branded finance cards in Mexico, and Internet retailing in the whole region. Watch the video for full insights into these trends and more.
Doing Business in the Halal Market
 
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What is the Halal market, and what potential opportunities lie there? Learn more about the Halal market in this video, and download Euromonitor's latest whitepaper today. http://go.euromonitor.com/white-paper-business-halal-market-products-trends-growth-opportunities.html
Working in Euromonitor International's Düsseldorf Office
 
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Euromonitor International is pleased to announce the upcoming opening of a new subsidiary in Düsseldorf. As a brand new office, It will have the feel of a start-up environment, while at the same time it will benefit from Euromonitor International’s multicultural and collaborative global network. The Düsseldorf office will be entrepreneurial, inclusive and dynamic. Hear Euromonitor’s Düsseldorf managers William Henderson and Wiebke Schoon talk about their vision for the new office. For job postings, visit https://employmentlistings.euromonitor.com/epostings/index.cfm?version=3
Más de 20 proyectos para nuevos hoteles en Chile planificados hacia 2020
 
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Chile se ha transformado en el escenario ideal para nuevos proyectos hoteleros en el segmento de lujo y medio, lo que presenta varias oportunidades para los diferentes jugadores de la industria. En este vídeo Rocío Guzmán, analista en Euromonitor International nos presenta las razones por las que Chile se ha vuelto un destino de inversión atractivo así como las oportunidades que esto trae.
Key Trends in Skin Care
 
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http://blog.euromonitor.com/ Consumers spend the most on skin care out of all beauty segments across the world. Learn more about this fast-paced segment by watching the video.
Commerce 2040: Technology Changing the Entertainment Landscape
 
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Technology may change the face of the entertainment industry by 2040, with dramatic acceleration in the foreseeable future. Sports fans in 2040 may start to craft their entertainment experience at home, donning VR headsets to obtain a realistic view of their seat, and use augmented reality glasses to interact with services when they arrive at the stadium. Learn more by downloading our white paper, Commerce 2040: Revolutionary Tech Will Boost Consumer Engagement. https://go.euromonitor.com/white-paper-digital-consumer-2018-commerce-2040-revolutionary-tech-boosts-consumer-engagement.html
The Impact of the Olympics on the Economy
 
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http://bit.ly/NZOA9E Although the sheer number of tourists arriving in London for the Olympics will boost sales in areas like retailing and apparel, there will most likely be no significant impact on the economy, especially in an area as economically volatile as the Eurozone. Daniel Tarling-Hunter, economist at Euromonitor, states that a construction boom was seen as production started on Olympic venues; however, weak housing demand has already slowed growth in this sector.
Innovation Key in the Crowded Bottled Water Industry
 
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Bottled water is the largest category for packaging in beverages and is the main reason the PET bottle is a dominant pack type. Market saturation for these bottles is forcing companies to innovate in order to stand out in the crowd. Sustainability is one way to innovate, with companies releasing lightweight bottles and bottles made from plant based materials. Beyond this, some companies are introducing glass bottles in the water segment to be noticed. Given the large market for bottled water, Karine Dussimon, Senior Packaging Research Analyst at Euromonitor, states that whether companies use glass or plastic, further innovation will be necessary to stand out from the competition.
Diversificação marca o mercado de bebidas no Brasil
 
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Com o amadurecimento da categoria de Soft Drinks (bebidas não alcoólicas) no Brasil, a diversificação de produtos é fundamental para ter sucesso no mercado. Enquanto as bebidas carbonatadas enfrentam resistência devido às preocupações com a saúde, os sucos são beneficiados pela imagem saudável das frutas e super frutas. Confira a análise completa no vídeo.
The Opportunities and Challenges of China's Urbanisation Plan
 
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Learn More: http://go.euromonitor.com/white-paper-cities-china-economic-consumer-dynamics-successful-business.html Urbanisation continues to be a national priority in China following the government's release of an urbanization plan. The government hopes to rebalance the Chinese economy by having 60 percent of China's population in urban areas by 2020. The plan will lead to improved urban infrastructure, more public services and heavy investment in construction. However, urbanisation can cause problems as well and in China's case, pollution is the main concern.
Beauty Brands Leave China as Consumers move to Local Products
 
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http://blog.euromonitor.com/ L'Oréal announced in early January 2014 that it is pulling the Garnier brand from China, following Revlon's decision to withdraw its entire operations out of the country. Oru Mohiuddin, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Research Analyst at Euromonitor, states that the two companies can no longer complete with local Chinese players. Consumers in China are deciding that it is no longer savvy to pay a premium price for a Western brand as they feel local beauty products perform the same at a lower price. L'Oréal should fare better than Revlon as L'Oréal still has brands in the country such as Maybelline, which ranks first in the Chinese color cosmetics industry.
The Future of Cigarettes
 
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http://www.euromonitor.com/ Don Hedley, Tobacco Research Analyst at Euromonitor, explains the future of the cigarette. The tobacco industry is searching for a 'safe' cigarette; something that delivers nicotine without harming carcinogens and carbon monoxide. Hedley explains why the alternative is most likely not a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) product; not only are there more smokers in the world, but tobacco companies have also stated that NRT products do not deliver nicotine to the user in a fast enough manner. Hedley discusses what the "safe cigarette" might look like and speculates how far the industry is from reaching that product.
Using Passport to Target Consumers
 
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Grow your marketing efforts by using consumer data found with Passport by Euromonitor International. Pinpoint attractive countries, define age groups, analyse item possession rates and reveal lifestyle trends all with the click of a mouse. Passport can help any organisation plan for the future.
日本企業の海外展開  - Japanese Companies Expand Overseas
 
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English Translation: Euromonitor International's research analyst, Tomoko Tanoura, explains the strategy of overseas expansion by Japanese companies. Since 2005, Japan's population has been shrinking due to constant low birth rate. This indicates that the Japanese economy will also shrink year on year. Overall, the economy in Japan is not faring well, experiencing negative GDP growth in both 2008 and 2009. Japan's shrinking and graying population coupled with a weak economy means the demand for consumer products in Japan will not be bright in the forecast period. From this point of view, Japanese companies are trying to look to expand into overseas markets for their survival. There are many successful Japanese multinationals that do well outside of Japan. Other than the car manufacturers such as Toyota and Honda, there are also many successful Japanese companies ranging from consumer electronics companies, such as Panasonic, Sony, Toshiba, and Sharp Corp to beauty and personal care companies such as Shiseido Co and Kao Corp. These companies have been actively establishing their overseas business for a long time which helps explain their strong presence in international markets. In fact, in certain categories, Japanese companies are the largest players globally. For example, Japanese companies such as Sony, Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, and Olympus dominate digital cameras and digital camcorders throughout the world. However, it should be noted that there is a lack of big Japanese companies operating globally in industries such as packaged foods, alcoholic drinks and non-alcoholic drinks. Even though there are companies operating in the Asia region, overseas sales usually form less than 10% of total company sales. It is not until recently that Japanese companies from these industries actively looked outside of Japan. For example, Asahi Breweries, Kirin and Suntory were acquiring overseas companies. Japanese food and drinks companies need to look outside of Japan to actively sustain growth. When expanding, one key point is that Japanese multinationals need to be less complacent and react more to consumers in different regions. Consumers are aware of the high quality of Japanese products, but the cost of a product is an important factor that influences purchasing decisions. Another important factor will be how products are designed and marketed to consumers. This is especially crucial in the volatile global economy where consumers will be spending more prudently. Korean companies such as Samsung and LG are gaining on Japanese companies in consumer appliances and consumer electronics, so Japanese manufactures must step up competition in these areas. It is never too late to expand, even in areas like common food products such as chocolates, where brands like Ferrero Rocher can be successful globally. Hence, it is possible for Japanese food and drinks brands to be successful globally as well.
Panorama de retail en Latinoamérica ¿estaremos realmente tan afectados  1
 
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El desarrollo del retail va muy de la mano de la economía. Actualmente la economía global está pasando por un momento difícil pero la industria de retail se mantiene estable en Latinoamérica en general con tasas de crecimiento de 4% anual en términos constantes para los próximos 5 años, según datos de Euromonitor International. La región se compone de países cuyo mercado retail está más desarrollado como Chile, México y Uruguay y países donde aún hay muchas oportunidades de expansión como Bolivia, Guatemala y República Dominicana. Por su parte, el crecimiento de la clase media ha ayudado a impulsar el mercado. Aunque los efectos de la economía aún no se han materializado en el retail, se puede esperar que en el futuro las tasas de crecimiento sean más moderadas.
Impact of Industry 4.0 on Services
 
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The fourth industrial revolution is set to bring changes to not only manufacturing industries but also business services. Industries such as advertising, recruitment and legal services are projected to see an increased demand for peronalised, real-time delivery of services through multiple channels. At the same time, investment in digital services is expected to be a priority for business services providers.
5 Key Trends for Health and Wellness
 
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Euromonitor is proud to announce the geographic expansion of its Health and Wellness research, reflecting the continued contribution of healthy nutrition to the growth and innovation within food and beverage industries. Watch the video to see five key trends we've uncovered while expanding our research.
A Year of Growth in Soft Drinks
 
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Despite the negative headlines and ongoing changes in consumer habits, the global soft drinks industry enjoyed a year of growth in 2018, propelled by another standout performance in packaged water and the emergence of high value functional drinks. Over the next five years, the impact of regional taxation regimes on sugar-sweetened beverages and issues of plastic waste and sustainability remain significant challenges for the consumer beverages sector.
Key Influencers Reshaping Global Beauty
 
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The beauty industry is entering 2016 with a degree of caution and modest growth projections. Euromonitor has identified four key growth influencers set to shape the industry in the upcoming years, including diversity, the era of niche, health beauty and tech beauty. These four influencers will have a major impact on both innovation and growth in the beauty industry.
Ireland's Thriving Pharmaceutical Industry
 
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http://blog.euromonitor.com/ Ireland is a global leader in research, development and innovation, and with government investment and support, is likely to remain a leader for some time. The success of the pharmaceutical industry in Ireland is a result of these investments, with pharmaceutical exports from Ireland reaching US$39 billion in 2013. Ireland’s young workforce, favorable tax environment and experience working with multinational companies means the pharmaceutical industry is poised for success in the future as well.
Using Analytics Tools in Passport to Increase Bottom Line
 
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Jane works at a leading confectionery company and is tasked with increasing the company’s bottom line. Using Passport by Euromonitor International and its suite of Analytics tools, Jane can find an attractive market that offers a strong macro and industry forecast, relative stability in the event of economic shocks, a potential competitive opening and growing consumer segments that cater to her product.