Europe Market Research
Mintel provide a range of market reports for Europe, across a number of industries and sectors. Available reports can include:
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.
In response to increasing demand for data concerning the dynamic economy and growth markets of Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland, Mintel has developed a series of reports covering a wide variety of sectors within both of these dynamic regions. Each one provides detailed coverage of key ...
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.
This report looks at the fluctuations in food prices and the impact of these and other recent economic changes on consumers’ grocery shopping behaviour, as well as the ways in which retailers and brands have responded to these changes.
This report provides an overview of trends in family leisure, investigating the core market factors, strengths and weaknesses, consumer dynamics, and product trends.
The world of new technology is by definition a fast-moving one, and there have been many new developments, especially in mobile technology, since Mintel’s report The IPod Generation – UK, April 2007.
This report looks at the clothing buying habits and attitudes towards fashion of men and women aged 55 and over.
Despite the increasing range of extra activities that sites like Facebook offer, internet users are still mostly pre-occupied with one another, with research showing 66% visit to keep up with current friends compared with 10% of respondents that visit social networks for music, for example. How ...