Innovation Centring on Consumer Need to Drive Growth in Home Care, Finds Euromonitor International
04 Apr 2012 • by Natalie Aster
The economic downturn proved challenging for home care, with cheaper brands offering strong innovations at lower prices triggering a round of price promotion, making it difficult to drive value growth. Consumer demand in emerging markets is increasingly reflecting that of developed markets as they seek more specialised products. Going forward, brands perceived as good value for money, with a regionally diverse presence, are expected to drive strong growth.
According to the report “Innovation Centring on Consumer Need to Drive Growth in Home Care” by Euromonitor International, growth in Western markets is almost entirely dependent on successful product launches and marketing campaigns, due to market maturity. Despite these difficulties, Western markets remain key, as consumers have higher spending power. North America and Western Europe combined are projected to post over US$1.4 billion in absolute growth between 2010 and 2015.
Innovation Centring on Consumer Need to Drive Growth in Home Care
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Emerging markets are growing fast, as increasing incomes prompt consumers to expand their cleaning regime and to embrace more sophisticated products. Consumers are becoming increasingly savvy, and manufacturers are having to adapt their products to meet regional preferences.
More information can be found in the report “Innovation Centring on Consumer Need to Drive Growth in Home Care” by Euromonitor International.
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