Home & Garden Marketplace Sees New Consumption Patterns, States Euromonitor in Topical Market Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

08 Aug 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – A slew of social, economic, demographic, environmental and technological factors are remolding customer behaviours and attitudes from pole to pole, and these are exerting an increasing impact on choices and expenditure patterns in the home and garden universe. Novel consumption habits are emerging in versatile segments such as gardening, home furnishings, home improvement that are greatly impacted by the trends like frugality, sustainability, well-being success, connectivity and a longing for experiential consumption patterns and practices.

Topical research study “The New Home and Garden Consumer” drawn up by Euromonitor presents a true, comprehensive review of the home and garden marketplace. The research report analyses the size and shape of the market; gives strategic insights into a number of the major issues pertaining to the market, including emerging countries and regions along with categories, and also burning industry themes and white spaces. It sheds light on key growth sectors and discusses the factors stimulating the change; pinpoints essential opportunities for future growth; reviews and canvasses the competitive scene and assesses the dominant companies and leading brands; offers an analysis of the major factors having a bearing on the market and propelling the change. Granular 5-year forecasts showing how the sector will likely change in the coming years are provided, as are criteria for success.

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