Asia Pacific Market Research
Mintel provide a range of market reports for Asia Pacific, across a number of industries and sectors. Available reports can include:
“Weight loss and health supplements need to move away from the traditional dull, ‘drug’ feel image to improve their appeal to today’s consumers.”
–Lui Meng Chow, Research Analyst
This report will cover the following key topics:
"In the near future, the biggest opportunity still lies in loans for financing large household purchases. Consumers want to have more say in the loan design, which is currently the biggest gap in the market."Read More
“Over the past five years, the nappies and baby wipes market has experienced staggering growth, driven by rising awareness of babies’ personal hygiene and the convenience seeking lifestyle, which increasingly makes disposable baby products daily essentials."Read More
“As a result of the government’s plans to reduce income disparity and the living quality gap between rural and urban areas, the minimum wage has been rising to encourage China’s domestic consumption. As a consequence, this has allowed various lower income earners to achieve middle class status."Read More
"Cases of ’illness of affluence’, such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, are on the rise amongst urban Chinese residents owing to the advancement and fast pace of modern life. Meanwhile, mass industrialisation has made a bitter pill for the environment."Read More
"Operators need to re-adjust their products and services package to target the demand of the mass consumers not just the lucrative. Increasing average income indicates that Chinese are becoming more willing to pay for better quality to improve their lifestyle."Read More
“Saving remains an important financial priority for consumers and the idea of spending the money to enjoy life now without thinking about tomorrow is still uncomfortable for many. This means that while consumers are confident about making more purchases, they are still spending within what they ...
“The rising cost of living, particularly within the larger cities, has only served to contribute to the financial pressure on the twentysomethings. As a result, many have yet to break free from the parental home and find their own financial independence, or to appreciate the importance of ...
“The pressure to save money and improve financial status is still paramount for Chinese consumers. It is driven by both the desire to provide a comfortable long-term future, as well as the ability to meet the various big spending occasions associated with their life aspirations. This provides a ...