North America Market Research
Mintel provide a range of market reports for North America, across a number of industries and sectors. Available reports can include:
"As parents are more likely to be working full time than ever before, the approach to parenting necessitates a certain level of independence from their children. The result is a greater respect afforded to their children, evidenced by greater input from children on family activities. This comes ...
“Canadians are somewhat pessimistic about economic conditions and concerned about food inflation and employment but the housing market is not a national concern”.
– Sanjay Sharma, Senior Financial Services Analyst
This report discusses the following key topics:
"The emotional benefits of feeling good and being happier are keeping consumers motivated and engaged. Canadians remain steadfast in cooking and less willing to compromise health for convenience."
- Carol Wong-Li, Senior Analyst, Lifestyles and Leisure
This report looks at the following areas:
"Although the majority of Canadians perceive their current financial situation as stable, there is a sense that the rising cost of goods is impacting consumers – leading to a greater prioritization of addressing current debt and saving for the future. The outlook on the economy is cautious leading ...
"Millennials are seeking new ways to define themselves (not necessarily rooted in traditional expectations). Taking pride in being unique from others of their generation, brands will need to be respectful of their individuality and sense of responsibility. From brands, Millennials seek a ...
"Pets are common among Canadian households. The relationship between owners and their pets runs deep, driving an approach to care akin to that of a parent and their child. As pet owners feel that the benefits of owning a pet far outweigh the work involved, they are often willing to spontaneously ...
"Holiday shopping represents the most lucrative time of year for retailers across all categories, much of it driven by Christmas. For the upcoming holidays, nine of 10 Canadians will be buying gifts."
This reports covers the following issues:
Canadians are active as demonstrated by the two thirds of the population who play sports weekly, driven by participation in individual sports or fitness activities. Motivating participation is a strong belief in the benefits that extend beyond the improvement of physical health, including mental ...
"Consumers are highly engaged on social media and the power of posts is seen to be influential on purchase decisions. Marketing efforts on these platforms that are done well should garner the attention of audiences that may be traditionally harder to reach, such as French speakers and older women."Read More
“While the drop in oil prices was expected to give consumers extra cash, the record-high level of household debt is top of mind among Canadian consumers leading them to adopt a slightly more conservative approach to spending: focusing on paying off debts and making cutbacks in many areas.”Read More