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Consumer Lifestyle Marketing and Promotion Market Research

Mintel’s consumer lifestyles, marketing and promotion market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the consumer lifestyles, marketing and promotion market size and consumer lifestyles, marketing and promotion market share.


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  1. Lifestyles of the Modern Family - UK - August 2013

    “Children growing up in Single Parent families have a lot of say in family purchasing decisions, and brands that appeal to the tastes of both children and parents reap the most benefits.”

    – Ina Mitskavets, Senior Consumer & Lifestyles Analyst

    Some questions answered in this report include:

    • What ...

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    £1,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    August 2013
    UK
  2. Marketing to Mums and Mums-to-be - UK - September 2011

    The employment gap between women with and without children has been narrowing down since the late 90s, with more women choosing to return to work full-time after having a child. Current economic uncertainty and the rising cost of living, coupled with the government’s austerity measures have had ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    UK
  3. Marketing to Dads - UK - September 2011

    There has been much talk in the newspapers of the rise in stay at home dads, although these fathers are very much in the minority. Despite huge progress in sexual equality over the last couple of generations, men still retain their role as the main breadwinner in the household, whilst mums ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    UK
  4. Marketing To Young Couples - UK - July 2011

    The number of 16-34-year-olds is growing, although it is keeping pace with the wider population. They account for a quarter of the total UK population and as such represent a significant consumer group to market to. The plans and aspirations that they have for the coming years will shape the ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    July 2011
    UK
  5. Marketing to the Modern Family - UK - July 2011

    This market research report looks at the modern UK family, and the factors which have affected the household structure over recent years. The report provides marketers with an vital insight into how the contemporary UK family can be best communicated with, not simply as a whole, but by different ...

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    July 2011
    UK
  6. Marketing to Singles - UK - April 2011

    Consumer behaviour can be complicated and bewildering. What makes people think, feel and reason in a certain way? How do they choose between different product alternatives (eg brands, products and retailers) and equally what influences their purchase decisions (eg culture, family, media)?

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    April 2011
    UK
  7. Marketing to Retired People - UK - April 2011

    Consumer behaviour can be complicated and bewildering. What makes retired people think, feel and reason in a certain way? How do they choose between different product alternatives (eg brands, products and retailers) and equally what influences their purchase decisions (eg culture, family, media)?

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    £2,195.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    April 2011
    UK