Europe Market Research
Mintel provide a range of market reports for Europe, across a number of industries and sectors. Available reports can include:
“With any leisure business, revenues and profits are dictated by capacity and the ability of that business to maximise efficiencies from that capacity; if automation offers a way of increasing throughput, this can have a beneficial effect on profitability because the core overheads essentially ...
“The revival in confidence has stalled. Although the economy is picking up speed, the population as a whole isn’t feeling the benefit of the recovery. People are as likely to say that they feel worse off than they did a year ago as they are to say that their finances have improved.
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“Just 7% of non-HCP owners said that they had never heard of the product. This represents an excellent level of product awareness, but the opinions about premiums suggest that insurers are failing to get their price message across, or to make full use of their low cost in marketing the plans.”Read More
OTC Medications in UK by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2014. This market covers analgesics, cough/cold/flu, gastro-intestinal, dermatological remedies and vitamins and minerals. It excludes products which require prescriptions but ...Read More
“Although the top reason for taking vitamins/supplements is generic, the rise in value sales of vitamins/supplements specifically for men and women suggests that consumers want a degree of personalisation, offering opportunities for the market.”Read More
“Although people are still more confident than they were in 2013, Mintel’s data suggests that they’re not entirely convinced by the economic revival. Across all three key measures (current situation, impact of the slowdown and how they expect their finances to fare over the next year), sentiment ...
“Improving financial situations could see people go back to branded products, after using lower-priced private label products during tough economic times. Growth of private label is therefore reliant on competitive pricing and innovations, in both product and packaging."
“Health, fitness and nutrition brands could promote the idea of longer-term health as an investment, with incremental steps taken every day, creating a virtuous circle of healthy habits for life.”
– Ina Mitskavets, Senior Lifestyles and Consumer Analyst
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“Operators are going to have to start looking at ‘infilling’ with smaller clubs in the same way that the major supermarket chains have switched to building smaller convenience stores serving local neighbourhoods.”
– Michael Oliver, Senior Leisure and Media Analyst
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“The analgesics market benefitted from the strong marketing and product innovation output in 2013, as well as a strong performance by the topical analgesics segment. However, a battle still remains as consumers increasingly seek cheaper own-label products over those produced by well-known brands, ...