Advancement of Personal Care Private Labels in Developed Economies Explored in New Canadean Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
29 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – At present, private label personal care market is growing at a fast pace in developed economies. With the demand for private label personal care being on the rise and consumers increasingly trusting it, private labels are taking a new stance in the marketplace.
Consumers in developed economies pay much attention to value of products, thus making it a significant factor while making a purchase.
Ageing populations and male grooming are amongst less developed target markets. As a result, they offer immense opportunities for private label players to turn into a preferred choice ahead of brands.
Internet also has large impact on a way consumers shop since a rising number of people make purchases online and research online. Online sales platforms represent a tool that private labels must make use of in their favor.
New research report “Private Label Personal Care” worked out by Canadean offers a detailed discussion of advancement of private labels taking place in developed economies. The study sheds light on key consumer groups offering opportunities for development of private labels. It limelights major trends in the field of personal care and contains a brand prospective on the private label personal care’s changing shape. The report also comprises unique insights into market data.
Private Label Personal Care: Does the shift in consumers' shopping habits in developed economies mean major brands face a revitalized competition?
Published: June, 2015
Price: US$ 7,995.00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at Canadean page.