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British Lifestyles Market Report 2022
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“British consumers face a squeeze on incomes that is unprecedented in modern times. This is already shaping shopping decisions and wider consumer behaviour, with price coming to the fore and…

British Lifestyles Market Report 2022

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Description

The UK British Lifestyles Market Report identifies current consumer behaviours, including the impact of the cost of living on British lifestyles, and expectations for the future. This report covers numerous categories in detail, focusing on the allocation and absence of consumer spending.

 

Current Landscape of British Lifestyles

The cost of living crisis has been centred on current changes in spending patterns and priorities, with many consumers expecting these effects to be long-lasting on their British lifestyles. The turmoil in the financial markets that followed the September 2022 fiscal event and the inevitable increase in mortgage rates will only have compounded that pessimism.

The conflict in Ukraine has had a profound impact on prices and is a key contributor to household concerns around the cost of living, mainly due to the impact on energy markets. However, it has also brought the issue of international security to the fore.

 

UK Public Opinion and British Lifestyle Trends

Inflation will be the critical factor in consumer spending patterns throughout the rest of 2022 and 2023, and rising mortgage rates will mean that the financial strain will spread to middle-income groups. This will have adverse outcomes for British lifestyles and the discretionary markets, where hard-up consumers will need to reduce or eliminate spending. The biggest threat to British lifestyles is that gloomy financial expectations will become engrained in Brit’s mindsets, leading to long-term cautiousness and reluctance to spend.

  • 41% of UK adults expect their financial situation to improve in five years.
  • Two-thirds of consumers say they are concerned about International security.
  • 41% of UK adults are spending less on holidays compared to a year ago.
  • 61% of UK consumers are actively cutting back on leisure/entertainment activities due to the cost of living crisis.

 

Future British Lifestyle Trends

Mintel’s British Lifestyles market report outlines that the cost of living crisis is not a crisis for everyone. Many better-off households will be able to absorb price rises without too much discomfort. For these consumers, the pent-up demand after two years of pandemic restrictions will present opportunities for premium and luxury brands to offer indulgent products and positive experiences.

As inflation subsides, we expected consumers to loosen self-imposed spending restrictions, which will boost the discretionary market and sales of big-ticket items.

To discover more about the UK British Lifestyles Market Report 2022, read our UK Lifestyle of Generation Z Market Report 2022or take a look at our extensive Consumer Lifestyle Market Research.

Quickly Understand

  • British lifestyle trends, demographic makeup and household finances, including the impact of COVID-19 and the cost of living crisis on consumer behaviours.
  • Consumer spending trends and patterns over the last five years and forecasts for spending over the next five years, and the key factors driving these changes.
  • UK public opinion and concerns including issues such as the cost of living, health and climate change.
  • How consumers expect their British lifestyles to look in five years’ time

 

Covered in this Report

Categories: Food, Alcoholic drinks, Non-alcoholic drinks, Beauty and personal care, OTC and pharmaceuticals, Household care, Holidays, Leisure, Foodservice, Transport, Fashion, Home and garden retail, Housing, Personal finance, Technology and media.

Expert Analysis from a Specialist in British Lifestyles

This report, written by Rich Shepherd, a leading analyst in consumer lifestyles, delivers in-depth commentary and analysis to highlight British lifestyle trends and add expert context to the numbers.

British consumers face a squeeze on incomes that is unprecedented in modern times. This is already shaping shopping decisions and wider consumer behaviour, with price coming to the fore and half of consumers saying that they are delaying major purchases and events. Discretionary spending is particularly vulnerable to budget cuts. Still, the impact is not being felt uniformly, and there remain opportunities for premium brands to reach those consumers who are able to absorb price rises. Looking ahead, consumers are nervous about a number of threats, and will continue to look to brands to help them make the right decisions for the environment, their health. and their security.”

 

Rich Shepherd
Category Director – B2B, Social and Economic Research

Table of Contents

  1. Overview

    • Key issues covered in this Report
    • Categories covered in this Report
  2. Executive Summary

    • The five-year outlook for consumer spending
      • Figure 1: Outlook for consumer spending, 2022-27
    • The market
    • Consumer spending is projected to exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022
      • Figure 2: Market forecast for total consumer spending, 2017-27
    • Holidays, foodservice and leisure near recoveries from COVID-19
      • Figure 3: Estimated percentage change in consumer spending, by category, 2021-22
    • Housing and heating costs account for around a third of total spending
      • Figure 4: Estimated consumer spending, by category (£ billions), 2022
    • The consumer
    • Financial wellbeing has fallen throughout 2022…
      • Figure 5: The financial wellbeing index, 2016-22
    • … and confidence for the year ahead is at an index-record low
      • Figure 6: The financial confidence index, 2016-22
    • Spending changes reflect a more defensive consumer mentality amid rising costs
      • Figure 7: Changes in spending habits, 2022
    • Increased spend split between higher prices and higher sales volumes
      • Figure 8: Reasons for spending more, 2022
    • Around half of spending cuts are due to concerted efforts to reduce outgoings
      • Figure 9: Reasons for spending less, 2022
    • Half of consumers are delaying major purchases, and a fifth expect to use savings for essentials
      • Figure 10: Consumer responses to the rising cost of living, 2022
    • The cost of living is the biggest concern, but is only one of many worries facing consumers
      • Figure 11: Consumers’ level of concern over a range of issues, 2022
    • Consumers are not generally optimistic for the future
      • Figure 12: Consumers’ expectations of what life will be like in five years’ time, 2022
  3. Issues and Insights

    • The cost of living crisis is reshaping consumer priorities
    • Inequalities mean opportunities remain at the upper end of the market
    • A nervous outlook for the future
  4. The People

    • Population growth expected to slow over the next 20 years
      • Figure 13: UK population, 2021 projection, 1992-2042
    • More over-65s in England and Wales than under-15s
      • Figure 14: UK population, by age, 1980-2060
    • A declining birth rate
      • Figure 15: Number of live births and deaths, England and Wales, 2001-21
    • Immigration and emigration dropped in 2021
      • Figure 16: Mid-year international migration estimates, UK, 2012-21
    • Younger groups are more diverse
      • Figure 17: Ethnicity, by age, 2011 UK Census
  5. The Economy

    • Inflation is the key concern for consumers and brands…
      • Figure 18: CPI annual rate, 2012-22
    • …and despite government support, energy prices are still a major concern
    • The cost of living crisis will weigh down the post-COVID recovery…
      • Figure 19: Quarterly growth in GDP, % change, 2016-22
    • … and consumer spending power will be curbed
    • The conflict in Ukraine is hurting the UK economy in a number of ways
    • Unemployment is at a near 50-year low
  6. Household Finances

    • Consumers’ financial wellbeing has fallen consistently this year…
      • Figure 20: The financial wellbeing index, 2016-22
    • … and inequalities are being exposed
    • Households are feeling increasingly worse off
      • Figure 21: Changes in household finances, 2016-22
    • Confidence has tumbled as the cost of living has risen
      • Figure 22: The financial confidence index, 2016-22
  7. Market Size and Performance

    • Total spending is expected to recover its pre-pandemic peak this year
      • Figure 23: Total UK consumer spending (£ trillions), 2017-22 (est)
      • Figure 24: Total UK consumer spending and annual growth (£ billions and % change), 2017-22 (est)
  8. Market Forecast

    • The five-year outlook for consumer spending
      • Figure 25: Outlook for consumer spending, 2022-27
    • Price rises will boost nominal spending in 2023 but further growth will be slow
      • Figure 26: Market forecast for total consumer spending (£ billions), 2017-27
    • Forecast methodology
  9. Market Segmentation

    • Housing accounts for around a third of consumer spending
      • Figure 27: Estimated consumer spending, by category (£ billions), 2022
    • Food and drink has seen the biggest growth since the pandemic began
      • Figure 28: Estimated percentage change in consumer spending, by category, 2019-22
    • Holidays, foodservice and leisure are nearing recovery
      • Figure 29: Estimated percentage change in consumer spending, by category, 2021-22
    • Forecasts for fashion and household care point to changing priorities
      • Figure 30: Forecast percentage change in consumer spending, by category, 2022-27
  10. Food through Retail

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for food through retail
      • Figure 31: Category outlook, food through retail, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 32: Market size and forecast for UK retail sales of food, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Snack bars and breakfast biscuits to benefit from out-of-home occasions
    • Incomes squeeze offers ongoing support to ready meals
    • Chocolate to benefit from being seen as an affordable treat
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Bread returns to long-term volume decline
    • Breakfast cereals losing out from return to workplaces and places of study
    • Home baking sales still slipping back from COVID-19 peak
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Snack categories should do well again
    • Good time for innovation and marketing in ready meals
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Hybrid working will have long-term impact on snacking
    • At-home lunches offer world cuisines opportunities
    • Strong demand for meat-free and plant-based meal options
    • The income squeeze will hit efforts to eat healthily
  11. Alcoholic Drinks through Retail

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for alcoholic drinks through retail
      • Figure 33: Category outlook, alcoholic drinks through retail, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 34: Market size and forecast for UK retail sales of alcoholic drinks, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • RTDs
    • Cider and beer
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Still wine
    • Spirits
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
  12. Non-alcoholic Drinks through Retail

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for non-alcoholic drinks through retail
      • Figure 35: Category outlook, non-alcoholic drinks through retail, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 36: Market size and forecast for UK retail sales of non-alcoholic drinks, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Bottled water
    • Sports and energy drinks
    • Ready-to-drink hot drinks
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Mixer drinks
    • Hot drinks
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Sustainability continues to rise up the consumer agenda
    • The deposit return scheme will impact consumer behaviour
    • Greater emphasis on health set to endure
    • The alcohol moderation trend presents major opportunities for soft drinks
  13. Beauty and Personal Care

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for beauty and personal care
      • Figure 37: Category outlook, beauty and personal care, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 38: Market size and forecast for the UK beauty and personal care market, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Professional Services
    • Suncare
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Soap, Bath and Shower
    • Hair Colourants
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
      • Figure 39: BPC brand perceptions, 2022
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Consumers are embracing streamlined routines
    • Digital lifestyles will further impact demand
  14. OTC and Pharmaceuticals

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for OTC and pharmaceuticals
      • Figure 40: Category outlook, OTC and pharmaceuticals, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 41: Market size and forecast for the UK OTC and healthcare market, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Cold, cough and flu remedies
    • Children’s over-the-counter remedies
    • Hay fever remedies
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Vitamins and supplements
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Consumers cut back
      • Figure 42: Expected changes in behaviour due to rising prices, 2022
    • The impact of stress
  15. Household Care

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for household care
      • Figure 43: Category outlook, household care, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 44: Market size and forecast for the UK household care market, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Toilet paper
    • Laundry detergents
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Cleaning products
    • Air care
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Shrinkflation can be a legitimate response to rising costs
    • Consumers will scrutinise spend, even if they don’t eliminate it
    • Big name brands like Fairy will likely excel again
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Energy costs put a different focus on consumer concerns
      • Figure 45: Ways consumers have sought to save money while doing the laundry in the last six months, 2022
    • A time to forge ahead with eco behaviours
    • The balance between performance and cost urges brands to maintain marketing spend
    • Promote the positives of looking after the home
  16. Holidays

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for holidays
      • Figure 46: Category outlook, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 47: Market size and forecast for the value of domestic and overseas holidays* taken by UK residents, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Luxury holidays
    • Camping and caravanning
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Short overseas breaks
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • The income squeeze threatens to stifle pent-up demand
    • Hybrid working opens the door for mixing business and leisure
  17. Leisure

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for leisure
      • Figure 48: Category outlook, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 49: Market size and forecast of value sales in the leisure market, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Retail gambling
    • Music concerts and festivals
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Online gambling
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Cautious spending habits will prolong the market’s recovery
    • A shot of adrenaline trumps a shot of Sambuca
  18. Foodservice

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for foodservice
      • Figure 50: Category outlook, foodservice, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 51: Market size and forecast of value sales in foodservice, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Burger and chicken foodservices
    • Travel hub foodservices
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Mid-market foodservices
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Technology drives foodservice convenience
    • Consumer desire to support local businesses
    • Innovation will be needed to maintain the popularity of takeaways
  19. Transport

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for transport
      • Figure 52: Category outlook, transport, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 53: Market size and forecast for the UK transport market, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Used cars
    • Alternative fuelled vehicles
    • Two wheelers
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • New cars
    • Diesel cars
    • Airlines
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Hybrid working reduces the need for regular commuting
  20. Fashion

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for fashion
      • Figure 54: Category outlook, fashion, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 55: Market size and forecast of value sales of clothing and footwear, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Sportswear
    • Footwear
    • Underwear
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Womenswear
    • Online fashion
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Consumers cut back on fashion
    • Gen Zs are still prioritising fashion
    • Growing focus on sustainability by Millennials
    • Appealing to more affluent shoppers by differentiating the offer
  21. Home and Garden

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for home and garden retail
      • Figure 56: Category outlook, home and garden, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 57: Market size and forecast for value sales of home and garden products, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Sustainable and energy efficient home ranges and projects
    • ‘Lifestyle brand’ homewares
    • Lighter DIY projects
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Furniture sales drop
    • Bigger home projects
    • Household electrical goods
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Many consumers remain online out of choice
    • A reassessment of priorities sees sustainability move up the agenda
  22. Housing

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for housing expenditure
      • Figure 58: Category outlook, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 59: Market size and forecast for consumer expenditure in the housing market, 2017-27
    • Rising energy costs push up average bills by 64% compared to a year ago
    • Longer fixed-term deals provide shelter from mortgage rate hike
      • Figure 60: Monthly average of UK resident banks interest rates secured on dwellings to individuals – stock of outstanding mortgages, 2016-22
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Energy price increases are causing considerable stress to consumers…
    • …and will boost interest in energy efficient products
    • Mortgage holders and parents are among the most exposed to rising interest rates
  23. Personal Finance

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for personal finance
      • Figure 61: Category outlook, personal finance, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 62: Market size and forecast for consumer expenditure on personal finance, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Regulation and inflation drive up insurance prices
    • Demand for unsecured credit rises as inflation hits consumers
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • Level of savings falls amongst consumers
    • Rising costs cause consumers to rethink retirement plans
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
    • Consumer demand for convenience boost demand for buy now pay later offerings
    • Consumer interest and investment in cryptocurrencies increases
  24. Technology and Media

    • What we think
    • The five-year outlook for technology and media
      • Figure 63: Category outlook, technology and media, 2022-27
    • Market – past, present, future
      • Figure 64: Market size and forecast of value sales of technology and media, 2017-27
    • What will outperform the market in 2022?…
    • Wearables market still in a growth phase
    • TVs could benefit from a world cup year
    • Smartphones market rebounds after pandemic years
    • … and what will underperform in 2022?
    • TV streaming services face a period of rationalistion
    • Mobile network providers continue to see a decline
    • Books market will struggle against tough comparisons
    • Learnings from the last income squeeze
    • Impact of changes in consumer lifestyles on the market
  25. Consumer Spending Habits

    • Reported spending is more likely to have fallen than increased in all categories
      • Figure 65: Changes in spending habits, 2022
    • Higher earners’ spending is more insulated from inflation…
    • … while tapping into the experience economy offers growth opportunities among younger consumers
      • Figure 66: Proportion of consumers spending more in each category compared to a year ago, by age, 2022
  26. Factors Behind Consumer Spending Increases

    • Rising prices have a clear and direct impact on spending
      • Figure 67: Reasons for spending more, 2022
    • The recovery from COVID-19 still offers opportunities to spend…
    • … while consumers still find ways to trade up in a slowdown
  27. Factors Behind Consumer Spending Cuts

    • Financial concerns fuel budget cuts
      • Figure 68: Reasons for spending less, 2022
    • Fashion and entertainment are most vulnerable to cutbacks
    • The post-pandemic focus is moving away from homes and gardens
    • Trading down in essentials
  28. The Impact of Inflation on Consumer Behaviour

    • Half of consumers are delaying a major purchase/event
      • Figure 69: Consumer responses to the rising cost of living, 2022
    • A fifth of under-35s are putting off having children
      • Figure 70: Agreement with the statement “Due to the rising cost of living, I am delaying plans to have children/another child”, by age, 2022
    • Many expect to drain savings…
    • … while one in seven are using or expect to use credit for essentials
      • Figure 71: Consumer responses to the rising cost of living, by household income, 2022
    • A new incentive in the Great Resignation?
  29. Current Consumer Concerns

    • The cost of living tops current consumer concerns…
      • Figure 72: Consumers’ level of concern over a range of issues, 2022
    • … but is just one of many worries
    • Eco-anxieties will keep sustainability front of mind
    • Ukraine has brought security concerns to the fore
    • Mental health support is key among younger groups
      • Figure 73: Proportion of consumers who are very concerned or somewhat concerned about their health, by age, 2022
  30. Consumer Predictions for the Next Five Years

    • Pandemics to become a fact of life?
      • Figure 74: Consumers’ expectations of what life will be like in five years’ time, 2022
    • A mixed outlook for personal finances…
    • … but greater optimism among younger and hard-up groups
      • Figure 75: Expectations that consumers’ own financial situation will improve over the next five years, by current financial situation, 2022
    • Fostering a greater sense of security online and offline
  31. Appendix – Data Sources, Abbreviations and Supporting Information

    • Abbreviations
    • Consumer research methodology
  32. Appendix – Forecast Methodology

    • Market forecast and prediction intervals
      • Figure 76: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for total consumer spending, 2022-27
    • Market drivers and assumptions
    • Forecast methodology
  33. Appendix – Food through Retail

      • Figure 77: Market size and forecast for UK retail sales of food, 2017-27
      • Figure 78: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for UK retail sales of food, 2022-27
  34. Appendix – Alcoholic Drinks through Retail

      • Figure 79: Market size and forecast for UK retail sales of alcoholic drinks, 2017-27
      • Figure 80: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for UK retail sales of alcoholic drinks, 2022-27
  35. Appendix – Non-alcoholic Drinks through Retail

      • Figure 81: Market size and forecast for UK retail sales of non-alcoholic drinks, 2017-27
      • Figure 82: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for UK retail sales of non-alcoholic drinks, 2022-27
  36. Appendix – Beauty and Personal Care

      • Figure 83: Market size and forecast for the UK beauty and personal care market, 2017-27
      • Figure 84: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for the UK beauty and personal care market, 2022-27
  37. Appendix – OTC and Pharmaceuticals

      • Figure 85: Market size and forecast for the UK OTC and healthcare market, 2017-27
      • Figure 86: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for the UK OTC and healthcare market, 2022-27
  38. Appendix – Household Care

      • Figure 87: Market size and forecast for the UK household care market, 2017-27
      • Figure 88: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for the UK household care market, 2022-27
  39. Appendix – Holidays

      • Figure 89: Market size and forecast for the value of domestic and overseas holidays* taken by UK residents, 2017-27
      • Figure 90: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for the value of domestic and overseas holidays* taken by UK residents, 2022-27
  40. Appendix – Leisure

      • Figure 91: Market size and forecast of value sales in the leisure market, 2017-27
      • Figure 92: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast of value sales in the leisure market, 2022-27
  41. Appendix – Foodservice

      • Figure 93: Market size and forecast of value sales in foodservice, 2017-27
      • Figure 94: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast of value sales in foodservice, 2022-27
  42. Appendix – Transport

      • Figure 95: Market size and forecast for the UK transport market, 2017-27
      • Figure 96: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for the UK transport market, 2022-27
  43. Appendix – Fashion

      • Figure 97: Market size and forecast of value sales of clothing and footwear, 2017-27
      • Figure 98: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast of value sales of clothing and footwear, 2022-27
  44. Appendix – Home and Garden

      • Figure 99: Market size and forecast for value sales of home and garden products, 2017-27
      • Figure 100: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for value sales of home and garden products, 2022-27
  45. Appendix – Newsagents’ Goods

      • Figure 101: Market size and forecast for retail value sales of newsagents’ goods, 2017-27
      • Figure 102: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for retail value sales of newsagents’ goods, 2022-27
  46. Appendix – Housing

      • Figure 103: Market size and forecast for consumer expenditure in the housing market, 2017-27
      • Figure 104: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for consumer expenditure in the housing market, 2022-27
  47. Appendix – Personal Finance

      • Figure 105: Market size and forecast for consumer expenditure on personal finance, 2017-27
      • Figure 106: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for consumer expenditure on personal finance, 2022-27
  48. Appendix – Technology and Media

      • Figure 107: Market size and forecast of value sales of technology and media, 2017-27
      • Figure 108: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast of value sales of technology and media, 2022-27
  49. Appendix – Miscellaneous Expenditure

      • Figure 109: Market size and forecast for miscellaneous expenditure, 2017-27
      • Figure 110: Lower bound, central and upper bound forecast for miscellaneous expenditure, 2022-27

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