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Friday, 26 July 2013

Just Released : E-Commerce Industry Germany, France, Italy , Europe And Spain 2013

Mintel’s European retail report series covers the 19 leading economies of Europe. In total these countries account for around 95% of all European retail sales, excluding Russia.

Our market size and forecast is for all online retail sales, transacted online. Online retail sales exclude purchases of services such as travel or event tickets and digital downloads/streaming.

The market includes online business-to-consumer sales by all types of retailers in Germany.





Table of Content

Report Scope and Technical Notes
Market definition
Financial definitions
VAT
Figure 1: European VAT rates, 2010-13
Abbreviations/terminology
Country codes

Executive Summary
What we think

The Market Environment
Key points
Broadband connections
Figure 2: Germany: Percentage of all households having a broadband internet connection, total and by selected household type, 2012
Shopping and selling by device
Figure 3: Germany: The consumer: Percentage of consumers shopping or selling online in past three months, by device, May 2013
Consumer confidence
Figure 4: Germany: Consumer confidence levels, June 2012-June 2013

Market Size and Forecast
Key points
Online sales reach 8.5% of all retail
Figure 5: Germany: Online retail sales (incl. VAT), 2008-12
Figure 6: Germany: Online retail sales forecasts (incl. VAT), 2013-18
Segmentation by product category
Figure 7: Germany: Online retail sales: Estimated segmentation by selected categories, 2012
Home shopping specialists’ sales and forecast
Figure 8: Germany: Mail order/online pureplay specialists’ sales (incl. VAT), 2008-12
Figure 9: Germany: Mail order/online pureplay specialists’ sales forecasts (incl. VAT), 2013-18

Leading Online Retailers
Key points
Amazon and Otto retain strong leads
Figure 10: Germany: Major online retailers by net online revenues, 2011 and 2012
Other leaders
Electricals: Metro Group scales up
Grocers: Limited online services
DIY: Bauhaus and Toom still not online
Other retailers: Ikea and H&M early movers
Market shares
Figure 11: Germany: Leading online retailers’ share of online retail sales, 2011-12


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The Consumer: Participation in Online Shopping
Key points
Growth in participation slows
Figure 12: Germany: The consumer: Percentage of all individuals having ordered goods or services online, 2008-12
Figure 13: Europe: The consumer: Percentage of all individuals having ordered goods or services online in the past three months, selected countries, 2012
By category: Clothing most popular
Figure 14: Germany: The consumer: Percentage of all individuals having ordered goods online in the past 12 months, by category, 2008-12
Cross-border shopping
Figure 15: Germany: The consumer: Percentage of all individuals having ordered goods or services online, by location of seller, 2011 and 2012

The Consumer: E-commerce and Home Shopping
Key points
What we asked
Catalogue shopping still holds appeal
Figure 16: Germany: The consumer: How they shopped from home in the last 12 months, May 2013
Online shopping broadly based by age, affluence and gender
Figure 17: Germany: The consumer: How they shopped from home in the last 12 months, by average age/affluence, May 2013
Figure 18: Germany: The consumer: How they shopped from home in the last 12 months, by gender, May 2013

The Consumer: M-commerce and T-commerce
Key points
What we asked
Clothing most popular
Figure 19: Germany: The consumer: What they bought online (from a smartphone or tablet away from home) in the last 12 months, May 2013
Mobile shoppers are younger and more affluent
Figure 20: Germany: The consumer: What they bought online (from a smartphone or tablet away from home) in the last 12 months, May 2013
Figure 21: Germany: The consumer: What they bought online (from a smartphone or tablet away from home) in the last 12 months, May 2013

The Consumer: Attitudes to Shopping Online
Key points
What we asked
Consumers interacting with brands and retailers online
Figure 22: Germany: Online shopping habits and attitudes, May 2013
Collection appeals to young and affluent
Figure 23: Germany: Online shopping habits and attitudes, by average age/affluence, May 2013
Figure 24: Germany: Online shopping habits and attitudes, by average age/affluence, by gender, May 2013

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Thursday, 25 July 2013

US Cookware 2013 Aailable At Marketresearchreports.biz

The most enthusiastic home cooks, who have both strong interest in cooking from scratch and advanced cooking skills, are a core target for the cookware market and are well-served by top cookware brands and specialty retailers. While marketers can’t ignore this hard-core group, category growth may require a more concerted effort at reaching out to a broader, less highly skilled audience.




Table of Content

Scope and Themes
What you need to know
Definition
Segmentation definitions and overview
Data sources
Consumer survey data
Abbreviations and terms
Abbreviations
Terms




Executive Summary
The market
Category tracks with slow improvement in economy
Figure 1: Total U.S. retail sales of cookware and fan chart forecast, at current prices, 2008-18
Segments offering specialization and convenience outperform the market
Figure 2: Total U.S. retail sales of cookware, by segment, 2011 and 2013
Discount stores lead sales, specialty stores experience growth
The consumer
Cooking interest and skill drive category purchases
Figure 3: Purchase of cookware, by cooking segments, April 2013
Replacement remains top reason for purchase
Figure 4: Reasons for purchase of cookware/bakeware, April 2013
Easy cleaning and price most important purchase considerations
Figure 5: Attribute importance for cookware and bakeware, very important, April 2013
Attitudes toward cookware and bakeware
Figure 6: Attitudes toward cookware and cooking, agree strongly, April 2013
What we think

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Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Top Research : Sports Goods Retailing - UK - July 2013: MarketResearchReports.biz


The sports goods retailing market is heading into a period of potentially significant change as the major chains look to step into the gap left by the collapse of JJB, the independent sector attempts to reverse long-term trends of steady decline and brands themselves begin to take control of their own high street and online sales channels.






TABLE OF CONTENT

Introduction
Definition
Abbreviations


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Executive Summary
The market
Figure 1: Consumer expenditure on sports goods, 2008-18
Market bats on after JJB’s dismissal
Major chains ambitious for the future
Market drivers
Participation growth widens pool of potential buyers
Sports stores resist the challenge of the internet
Market segmentation
Figure 2: Expenditure on sports goods (£m), by segment, 2012
Clothing still the key item of kit
Interest in running helps footwear step up
The consumer
Figure 3: Sports goods purchasing habits, May 2013
Pressure on incomes raises cash consciousness
Battle lines drawn around consumers’ quest for low-cost quality
Figure 4: Incentives to sports goods purchasing, May 2013
Ability to pay and ability to play the key drivers of purchasing
What we think


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Friday, 12 July 2013

Study Report: Pizza at Retail Market Growth In US - July 2013

The biggest competition for frozen pizza brands is consumers’ return to restaurant pizza as spending power revives alongside the recovering economy. Frozen brands must work harder to improve the quality of their products so that they can better compete with restaurant pizza. Doing so will require improving recipes, variety, and healthfulness, as well as the addition of side dishes that fit the same criteria.




TABLE OF CONTENT

Scope and Themes
What you need to know
Definition
Data sources
Sales data
Consumer survey data
Advertising creative
Abbreviations and terms
Abbreviations
Terms

Executive Summary
Overview
A declining market as spending power returns
Figure 1: Total market sales and fan chart forecast of pizza at retail, at current prices, 2008-18
Economic rebound dents sales, but demographic factors help
Figure 2: U.S. child population changes, 2013-18
Supermarkets account for 60% of the market
Figure 3: Sales of pizza at retail, by channel, 2011 and 2013
Four major players
The consumer
Seven in 10 report eating frozen/refrigerated pizza in last six months
Figure 4: Types of pizza eaten last 6 months, by age, April 2013
Roughly seven in 10 agree frozen pizza helps deal with immediate hunger
Figure 5: Attitudes toward store-bought pizza, April 2013




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Thursday, 11 July 2013

Industrial Report: Pizza Market Analysis In UK - July 2013

Although the pizza market has been fairly reliant on commodity inflation and the thriving chilled sector for underlying growth, this report identifies tangible NPD opportunities to potentially encourage stronger volume growth and expand the user base. These include a clear demand among parents for pizza designed for children, strong interest in gluten-free and microwaveable pizzas and – in the wake of the horsemeat scandal – an appetite for British –sourced meat in toppings, peaking among the lower usage yet fast-growing over-65s demographic.





TABLE OF CONTENT

Introduction
Definition
Abbreviations

Executive Summary
The market
Figure 1: Total UK retail value sales of pizza, 2008-18
Figure 2: Total UK retail volume sales of pizza, 2008-18
Segment performance
Figure 3: UK retail value sales of pizza, by sector, 2012
Market factors
Ageing population represents a challenge
Companies, brands and innovation
NPD in the frozen sector rallies in 2012
Chicago Town takes on delivery sector with on-pack claim
Goodfella’s diversifies with extra thin and deep pan launches
Pizzas bearing an ‘economy’ claim triple over 2011-12…
… as launches with no additives or preservatives reach a four-year high
Chicago Town leads Dr. Oetker’s sales success
The consumer
Pizza boasts universal usage among families
Frozen pizza is more widely eaten than chilled, despite negative perceptions
Frozen pizza scores on convenience and value for money
Figure 4: Consumer perceptions of frozen and chilled pizza, April 2013
Three in four pizza users want bases to be as natural as possible
Figure 5: Consumer attitudes towards pizza, April 2013
Untapped opportunities for children’s pizza
Figure 6: Further consumer attitudes towards pizza, April 2013



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Popular Market Report: Food Packaging Market Trends In US - July 2013

Consumers are looking to get more and more out of their food packaging. Food companies will need to find innovative ways to cater to demand for convenient, transparent and environmentally responsible packaging while providing consumers with the utmost value.




TABLE OF CONTENT

Scope and Themes
What you need to know
Definition
Data sources
Consumer survey data
Advertising creative
Abbreviations and terms
Abbreviations
Terms

Executive Summary
The market
Food product launches down but new packaging holding strong
Figure 1: New food product and new packaging introductions, 2007-12
Market factors
Recession and slow recovery drive more consumers to demand value
Increasing mobile technology requires brands to engage consumers differently
Aging population may require changing packaging design to be easier to use
The consumer
Most consumers want packaging to retain freshness, many want it resealable
Figure 2: Important food packaging attributes, by gender, April 2013
Glass, flexible, resealable packaging associated with attributes consumers favor
Consumers expect health information but confused, untrusting
Figure 3: Agreement with attitudes toward food packaging, by age, April 2013
Reusable, versatile packaging most likely to be chosen over other packaging
Figure 4: Preferences in packaging attributes for purchasing decision, April 2013
Green packaging most important among high-income consumers
Figure 5: Preferences in packaging attributes for purchasing decision, by household income, April 2013



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Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Market Overview: Soap, Bath and Shower Products Market Growth China - June 2013

China’s soap, bath and shower (SBS) product market grew at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.6% from 2007-12. The market growth is driven by the shower and liquid/gel soap categories as consumers increasingly shift from the basic soap bar to the more convenient format of liquid soap/shower gel. The growing sophistication in consumer usage regimes including applying products that complement each other and using products with different fragrances for different times of the day opens new opportunities for brands to meet the demand of increasingly sophisticated users.



TABLE OF CONTENT

Introduction
Definition
Abbreviations
Report structure
Consumer research

Executive Summary
The market
Figure 1: Soap, bath and shower sales, by value, 2007-12
Figure 2: The market for cosmetics and toiletries in China, by value growth and share, 2007-12
The forecast
Figure 3: China soap, bath and shower sales, by value, 2007-17
Companies
Figure 4: Company market share of soap, bath and shower products, by value, 2009-12
Market segmentation
Figure 5: Value sales of soap, bath and shower, by category, 2007-12
Issues
Different usages and preferences offer growth potential
Figure 6: Properties looked for when buying shower/bath products and liquid/bar soap and hand gel products, April 2013
Consumer engagement helps drive sales
Figure 7: Opinion on soap, bath and shower products, by gender, April 2013
Sales channel increasingly shifting online
Figure 8: Channel of purchase of soap, bath and shower products in the last 12 months, April 2013
Growing segmentation of market by age and gender
Figure 9: Agreement with the opinion “I buy different soap, bath and shower products for different family members according to their needs (eg kids, female and male)”, by gender and age, April 2013


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Market Report: Nappies and Baby Wipes Market Analysis China - June 2013

The nappies and baby wipes market in China continues to grow strongly and holds great future potential, but realising that potential will mean facing the challenge of improving product quality and benefits, communication with consumers, and utilizing the increasingly complex range of retail channels to connect with consumers.



TABLE OF CONTENT

Introduction
Definition
Methodology
Abbreviations

Executive Summary
The market
Figure 1: China - Total market value for nappies/diapers and baby wipes, 2008-18
Companies and brands
Figure 2: China – Leading nappy manufacturer market shares, by value, 2012
Figure 3: China – Leading baby wipe manufacturer market shares, by value, 2012
The consumer
Figure 4: Types of baby nappies and wipes used, May 2013
Key trends
Consumers use a wide range of products
Figure 5: Reasons for not using baby nappies and wipes products, May 2013
Occasion of use influences choice of product
Figure 6: Occasions when baby nappies and wipes products are used, May 2013
Product materials and effectiveness are key purchasing criteria
Figure 7: Most important factors considered when buying disposable baby nappies, May 2013
Consumers demanding more choice from retailers
Figure 8: Stores that consumers bought baby nappies/baby wipes from in last 12 months, May 2013


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