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B2B Market Reports

Mintel B2B reports provide market research and analysis on the critical issues affecting industrial and B2B markets. They not only explain the trends and identify future scenarios, but contextualise it in clear and concise formats, illustrated with tables and charts.


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- market size, segmentation and trend analysis

- market growth history and detailed forecasts

- industry, supply and demand structure

- company and competitor profiles

- research from key trade members

 

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  1. Ceramic Tiles - UK - July 2017

    “Use of ceramic tiles in the UK remains atypical to the rest of Europe, and is largely restricted to kitchens and bathrooms. Demand has been boosted by the en-suite trend, which originated from the new build market but has extended to the refurbishment market, but there has also been competition ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    UK
  2. Commercial Property - UK - July 2017

    “The overall outlook for the commercial property market is cautiously optimistic considering current economic and political uncertainties. In the short term, the market is set to be supported by continued occupier demand in key sectors, especially the industrial sector, and a relatively robust ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    UK
  3. Residential Windows & Doors - UK - June 2017

    “The wide range of factors affecting demand for windows and doors in the residential sector tend to lead to strong growth when the economy is performing well, and more challenging times when the economy declines or stagnates. The market therefore tends to exaggerate economic fluctuations, and ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2017
    UK
  4. Construction - UK - April 2017

    “Just when the construction market was demonstrating strong growth following the economic disruption of the recession, the UK decided to negotiate an exit from the EU. This has created an unusual level of economic uncertainty, and construction prospects have consequently become even more ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2017
    UK
  5. Schools, Universities and Hospitals - UK - March 2017

    “Changes in the population bring different challenges to the schools, universities and hospitals sector, but these tend to be far less influential than government policy in determining construction activity. The sectors are so important politically that spending plans have been ring-fenced even in ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2017
    UK
  6. Shopfitting - UK - January 2017

    “There was belief prior to the recession that the increased frequency of store refurbishments in what remains an intensely competitive retail sector had broken the highly cyclical nature of the shopfitting sector. This proved overly optimistic as large retail chains delayed the roll out of ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    UK
  7. Electrical Wholesale - UK - January 2017

    “A buoyant new construction market and continued repair and maintenance demand were facilitating sales growth in the electrical wholesale market after considerable disruption during the recession. However, the commodity nature of many products, intense industry competition, and the fact that ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    UK
  8. Civil Engineering - UK - January 2017

    “The major projects set to drive civil engineering construction output over the next five years include Crossrail, Hinkley Point C, Thames Tideway Tunnel, major road schemes, Network Rail’s modernisation programme, and, once fully approved, HS2. However, shortages in skilled labour and ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    UK
  9. Plumbing - UK - December 2016

    “The plumbing products sector has been recovering strongly from the recession, aided by the en-suite trend, high house price inflation encouraging home improvements, and comparatively buoyant new construction activity. Even so, there have been areas of disappointment, such as the government’s ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2016
    UK
  10. House Building - UK - December 2016

    “The housebuilding industry is enjoying a period of strong growth and rising profitability, though output remains low compared with historic levels despite that growth. The real issue is that annual house completions are running at about half the 250,000 figure the government identifies as ...

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    US $1,288.43 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2016
    UK
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