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Leisure Time Market Research

Mintel's leisure time market research reports take the stress out of staying on top of one of the world's fastest-moving consumer sectors. From sport to cinema, gambling to gardening, our world-leading research and analysis gives you detailed data on all market segments and unrivalled insight into consumer's leisure choices - today and tomorrow. It's time well spent.

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  1. On-premise Alcohol Trends - US - May 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2016
    • US

    "Sales of alcohol at bars, restaurants, and other establishments continue to grow as consumers feel relatively positive about the US economy. The alcohol industry is continually adapting to new consumer preferences including the movement toward craft beer, lower alcohol drinks, ...

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  2. Family Leisure Trends - US - January 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2015
    • US

    “Technology has permeated family life, and work continues to encroach upon family time. Companies and marketers need to continue to expand how they define ‘family’ in an effort to resonate with increasingly diverse family households. ” 

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  3. Asian American Lifestyles and Entertainment - US - September 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2014
    • US

    “Asians are an important and growing market for entertainment and leisure categories. These high-income, highly educated consumers represent a potentially lucrative market, especially for entertainment that provides multiple values, but marketers need to reach them where they ...

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  4. Asians and Entertainment - US - July 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2012
    • US

    The spending power of Asians is soaring, and is expected to climb from $543 billion in 2010 to $775 billion by 2015. Asians have much higher median household incomes, a result of higher than average educational attainment and a greater likelihood of employment in high-paying ...

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