UK Market Research
Mintel provide a range of market reports for UK, across a number of industries and sectors. Available reports can include:
This report presents an overview of the key issues facing the SIPP industry. As well as examining the wider economic, demographic and regulatory environment, the report details the value of new business and takes a look at the competitive landscape.
Growth in the UK’s £213 million complementary medicines market has gathered pace in the last two years. It is estimated to have grown in value by some 18% between 2007 and 2009 when Mintel last reviewed the industry.
Too many small kitchen appliances quickly lose their novelty appeal and end up at the back of a cupboard. Manufacturers need to remind the two-fifths of adults with appliances that they no longer use of their products’ benefits and inspire them with new ideas for using them.
Consumers are becoming ...
The value clothing market is continuing to grow strongly, up an estimated 6% in 2009 to £8.1 billion. With a similar growth rate in 2008, sales of value clothing have not been dented by the consumer downturn.
Specialist fashion discounters (led by Primark, TK Maxx and Matalan) are the main ...
This report assesses the performance of the £523 million shaving and depilatories market since the last Mintel report was published in July 2007.
This report provides an overview of the UK leisure industry, in terms of overall spending trends and the performance of individual sectors, as well as providing an insight into the UK leisure consumer, in terms of behaviour, response to the recession and attitudes and opinions.
This report examines consumer behaviour in the exercise and sport market, primarily in terms of participation levels, frequency, duration and attitudes. It identifies current trends and innovations, assesses how the market is changing and outlines future developments.
The books market has proved more resilient than many other consumer sectors: an overall 1% decline in 2009 to £3.42 billion is expected primarily as a result of recession. However, value sales would be higher were it not for the extent of price-cutting by the supermarkets and Amazon.