New Comprehensive Social Studies by Euromonitor International Published by MarketPublishers.com08 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand Euromonitor International social studies have been added to its catalogue.
The First Age: Birth to Three Years Old. Despite falling birth rates across the globe, the world market for baby care products keeps on growing. Mature markets show high per capita spend but low growth, whereas emerging markets show rapid growth rates but relatively low per capita spend. The research report provides unique and unbiased insights into the baby care products market world-wide, focusing on exploration of the different growth rates in twelve major markets. The wider social drivers of family life, trends in market maturity and category forecasts are incorporated in the study as well …
The Global Rise of Social Networks: Brave New World or the Same Old Thing? Social networks are changing the balance of power between brands and their customers as well as changing how people connect with one another. The study provides an excellent way of understanding the history and evolution of social networks from the early days of bulletin boards to present day mobile internet. The report features current behaviour and explores the psychological and social impact of connecting through social media. Looking into emerging trends world-wide, the research gives a top line insight across markets and within consumer segments …
Global FMCG Trends in 2009-2010: Legacy of the Downturn. The research report examines the latest figures enabling to identify the winners and losers among fast moving consumer goods (FMCGs) sectors during the economic recession of 2009 and into 2010. In particular, the study features key demand factors across FMCG markets, trends in major markets, key market driving forces, competition situation, impact of regulatory measures, future prospects for FMCG markets …
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