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Retail Market Research

Mintel’s retail market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the retail market size and retail market share.


Mintel’s retail industry reports can help you gain further insight into the retail market trends and gain valuable retail consumer data.


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  1. Black Consumers Attitudes toward Advertising - US - July 2014

    "Many marketers are shifting their dollars away from the Black consumer segment, while others are moving their initiatives away from traditional to digital. Since Blacks are receptive to advertising and want to see more targeted to them, they are paying attention to which companies demonstrate a ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2014
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  2. Black Consumers and Social Media - US - May 2014

    “Social media has become a forum for Black consumers. It is one space where consumers feel as though they can remove their mask and totally be themselves and express themselves, oftentimes without fear of judgment. But, this notion doesn’t extend to brands. Companies are still companies on social ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2014
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  3. Book Retailing - US - March 2010

    The recession has significantly impacted retail book sales. Sales of all books declined 5% between 2007 and 2009, to $23.9 billion. When professional and educational books are excluded, sales declined 4%, to $11 billion. As sales of trade hardback and paperback books dropped, e-book sales soared. ...

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    US $3,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    March 2010
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