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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. Brexit: Future Hopes and Fears - Ireland - September 2019

    “Provenance will continue to play well post-Brexit and Irish consumers will increasingly favour food and drink products sourced locally. Highlighting where food and drink products are originating from and how much of the purchase price local manufacturers receive will resonate with consumers who ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2019
    Ireland
  2. Christmas Spending Habits - Ireland - February 2018

    “Irish consumers spent more during Christmas 2017 compared with Christmas 2016, showing strong gift purchasing and a high level of favouritism for branded goods when shopping for Christmas groceries.”

    - Brian O’Connor, Senior Consumer Analyst

    This Report examines Irish consumers shopping habits in ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2018
    Ireland
  3. Price Promotions and Loyalty Schemes - Ireland - April 2012

    Consumer spending power has taken a nosedive between 2008 and 2012, with consumers finding themselves with less money to spend, and growing household costs. Thus the hunt for bargains is helping to sustain the popularity of loyalty cards in retail stores, and is driving the proliferation of ...

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    £1,095.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    April 2012
    Ireland