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  • What Britain Wears: Active wear Capsule Report 2016; Product analysis, Retailer developments, Consumer data

    Summary The last 18 months have seen an unprecedented influx of interest in the health and fitness sector, resulting in heavy expansion from non-specialist retailers. Heightened competition in the market has seen retailers rely more on aesthetic fashion trends to create newness and a point of difference from rivals. However, consumer demand for true performance wear gives sport specialists a winning element as emerging non-specialists are still embryonic when it comes to product quality and specifications. Key Findings -?Replacement a key driver for active wear purchases Replacing a worn out garment was ranked the top reason across all product categories for buying active wear over the last 12 months. -?Sport shoes represent most popular active wear category With the trend for sports fashion continuing to grow, active wear garments have become multifunctional. It is no longer considered socially inappropriate for active wear styles to be worn both for physical activities and to social events.... -?Non-specialists must trade more on fashion credentials As an influx of non-specialist retailers emerge into the active wear market, a point of difference needs to be established to gain traction -?Dedicated active wear zones The rise in consumer interest and demand for active wear has resulted in a widespread increase in the allocation of prime footfall positions in store. Synopsis Verdict's Active wear Capsule report is just one of a wide range of What Britain Wears reports produced by Conlumino, and offers a comprehensive insight into the Active wear market in the UK. With detail consumer analysis, the report looks at the best-selling products, top retail destinations for Active wear and purchase drivers. It also offers insight into average spend per year to category level, the price points available across the market and both quantitative and qualitative analysis outlining the relevance that active wear products hold in consumer lifestyles. Reasons?To?Buy -?This capsule report helps form proactive growth strategies by providing expert insight and robust consumer data on a little-reported market. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help manufacturers and retailers to understand and succeed in the challenging active wear market.

    • Release Date: January 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 7000
    • Format: PDf

  • City Profile  Stockholm; Comprehensive overview of the city, PEST analysis and analysis of key industries including technology, tourism and hospitality, construction and retail.

    Summary Stockholm metropolitan area (also referred to as the Greater Stockholm) is one of three metropolitan areas in Sweden. The area is the largest metropolitan region in the Nordic countries. The city with strong presence of service sector is a key contributor to the Swedish economy contributing about 32% of the national GDP. The region's economy is dominated by tourism, financial intermediation, real estate; wholesale and retail trade; hotels and restaurants. Key Findings " ?The service sectors remain the key contributors to the regional economy  and the major employers. " ?Stockholm is a key tourist destinations among the Nordics, for both domestic and international tourists. The tourism and hospitality sectors experienced healthy growth over the past two years. Strong performance is observed in the construction sector with increasing employment, number of building permits issued and building completions. Synopsis  City Profile  Stockholm provides historical and forecast data on key city level metrics along with analytical coverage of the latest political, economic, social, technological, infrastructural, legal and environmental issues affecting Stockholm. The report contains detailed tourism, retail, construction, technology and public infrastructure data and insight into economic, social, and industry trends. Reasons?To?Buy " ?Gain a comprehensive knowledge of future economic and demographic trends and understand the performance of various sectors within the city. " ?Analyze and understand the business environment in the city to align your investment and expansion strategies. " ?The report helps to drive a conclusion in choosing a suitable city to invest or expand according to your business structure. " ?Explore new opportunities in the hospitality, tourism, construction, real estate and retail sectors.

    • Release Date: January 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 250
    • Format: PDF

  • Menswear Retailing in the UK | Verdict Sector Report; Market size, strategic issues and competitive outlook

    Summary The UK menswear market will grow by ?3.2bn in the five years to 2020 - equating to 29.5% growth on 2015. A growing interest in fashion and a willingness to buy more frequently will boost future spend, with spend by per increasing by over ?100 in the coming five years. With competition deepening, retailers can gain a competitive advantage by building their ranges of non-core product areas such as big and tall, tailoring and sportswear, to grow destination appeal by serving niche customer groups. Key Findings -?The UK menswear market is forecast to grow by 29.5% between 2015 and 2020, the strongest growth of all the UK clothing sectors. This will be driven by males becoming more interested in trends and fashion, encouraging them to shop and purchase more frequently. -?Though MandS still has the largest share of the market in 2015, this continues to be eroded by stronger performing rivals such as Next and Primark, which are enticing MandS's family shoppers and gradually encroaching on the top spot. -?As wage growth recovers and improved disposable incomes allow consumers to increase their spend on clothing, average spend per head on menswear will reach ?526.35 in 2020. -?More choice is required to build penetration among mature males as 33.0% of 65+s say there is not enough stylish clothing and footwear targeted directly at them and 68.0% say they care a lot about their personal appearance. -?The menswear online clothing market is forecast to grow by 162.2% in the five years to 2015 reaching ?2.2bn, as spend shifts from more traditional shopping methods and multichannel retailers such as Top man, John Lewis, River Island and New Look continue to invest in their platforms and increase menswear product availability online. Synopsis The Menswear Retailing in the UK report offers a comprehensive insight into the menswear market in the UK, analysing the market, the major players, and the main trends. It also provides forecasts to 2020. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Market Size -?Market Forecast -?Market Shares -?Channel Shares -?Outlook -?Recommendations -?Trends Reasons?To?Buy -?Utilise the detailed data and insight on the market to help form an effective growth strategy in the menswear sector -?Learn how men's growing demand for fashion will boost spend in the sector, and how retailers should respond -?Identify the opportunities to grow business in this sector by comparing strategies of the key players in the market and their performance metrics -?Understand how spend per head will change over the coming years, and learn which age groups will be most lucrative to target -?Utilise consumer data on big and tall menswear to understand opportunities in the category -?Understand the opportunities in the online menswear market by learning about online shopping habits and the customer journey

    • Release Date: January 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 5759
    • Format: PDF

  • Childrenswear Retailing in the UK | Verdict Sector Report; Market size, strategic issues and competitive outlook

    Summary The childrenswear market is set to grow by 2.8% in 2015; the same level of growth achieved in 2014, and only very gradual. The composition of growth is now very different from 10 years ago, when very rapid price deflation of 4.0% drove a 7.5% rise in volume. Inflation is easing, at just 0.1% in 2015 following a period of rising sourcing costs, ensuring that growth is now becoming more organic, with volume growth of 2.7% forecast for 2015. However, while value growth in the childrenswear market has recovered to pre-recession levels, volume growth has not as parents continue to purchase more carefully - a shift we saw throughout the downturn, which we expect to see maintained. Key Findings -?The tween and young teen markets represent the biggest opportunity in the UK childrenswear sector for retailers to exploit over the next five years, given they are the fastest growing children's population segments to 2020 and yet there is currently little competition specifically targeting this audience. Retailers must concentrate on tailored ranges, appropriately interpreted fashion trends and focused marketing and social media initiatives in order to take advantage -?Over 50% of school uniform shoppers are prepared to spend more on school uniform items if they are designed with technical attributes such as easy iron, scuff resistant (shoes), adjustable waists and stain-resistant fabric. As a standard offer, most retailers now provide permanent pleating and Teflon coating to prevent stains, but more premium features such as non-iron and scuff resistant coating on shoes would allow them to have a more tiered price architecture - encouraging trading up and higher spend per head. -?Despite the largest proportion of childrenswear retailers being positioned in the midmarket, such as Gap Kids, MandS and Next, there is considerable polarisation in the market, with retailers in the value and premium sectors performing well, which is ultimately resulting in midmarket retailers being squeezed. The midmarket is trying to fight back with greater emphasis on value ranges such as Mother care's Value Essentials range, striving to offer shoppers lower prices but maintain quality, providing a differentiator to value retailers. Synopsis The UK childrenswear market 2010-2020 offers a comprehensive insight into the factors driving the market, the inhibitors, the major players performance, the main trends and consumer attitudes. It also forecasts to 2020. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?The Outlook -?Recommendations -?Market Size -?Market Forecast -?Channel Shares -?Market Shares -?Trends Reasons?To?Buy -?Understand which categories within childrenswear are forecast to outperform and how you can grow your share of spend in these markets. -?Gain a better understanding on consumer shopping habits for back to school clothing, which retailers are most popular and how frequently back to school products are purchased, to enable you to better compete in this lucrative market. -?Gain knowledge of the strategies for tapping into the Tween market which is due to be the fastest growing segment of childrenswear -?Identify the opportunities to grow business in this sector by comparing strategies of the key players in the market and their performance metrics

    • Release Date: January 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 5759
    • Format: PDF

  • The UK Accessories Market 2016-2021

    Summary The UK accessories market is becoming more fragmented as clothing specialists, footwear specialists, and the general merchandisers broaden their ranges and intensify the competition - at the expense of the accessories specialists. Key Findings -?Women's accessories continues to make up the lions share of the market, with the sales forecast to reach ?2,078m in 2016 -68.2% of all spend on accessories in the UK. -?Accessories specialists have continued to lose share, falling 2.5 percentage points to 10.5% in the five years to 2016, with just two players with significant scale remaining. -?Shopper acquisition is essential, with 54% of all UK clothing and footwear shoppers purchasing accessories in 2015. Males, 45+s and DEs shop for accessories the least. -?Online penetration will reach 15.2% of all accessories spend in 2016, versus 22.5% in clothing. By 2020, online sales will take a fifth of spend. -?Males are triggered to spend on accessories due to replacement purchases, the highest trigger among males. This compares to females, with 'wanting a treat' the most common trigger at 45.5%. Synopsis The Accessories Sector report offers a comprehensive insight into the accessories market in the UK, analysing the market, the major players, the main trends, and consumer attitudes. It covers in detail various sectors within accessories, and provides forecasts to 2021. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: What people buy Where people shop How people shop Why people shop Reasons?To?Buy -?Utilise the detailed market data and insight to help form an effective growth strategy across the accessories market -?It covers forecasts to 2021, covering women's, men's and children's accessories. -?Identifies the drivers and inhibitors operating on the market helping to inform growth strategy. -?Detailed look at channel and retailer shares in this market -?Understand the opportunities in the market by learning who shops for accessories products, how frequently they shop and what drives their store selection.

    • Release Date: January 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 5759
    • Format: Pdf

  • What Britain Wears Casual Wear

    Summary The casualwear market has seen in a boom in people seeking fitness wear, this is leading to the reduction of space in store for more conventional casualwear options as retailers invest into fashionable fitness ranges. Fortunately retailers are often able to cross-merchandise their fitness wear alongside casual wear. Additionally people are less willing to spend a significant amount of money on casual wear therefore more affordable retailers are benefitting. Fashion retailers are also seeking ways to better entertain their customers, with interesting, quirky store layouts and designs as well as branching into offering services and coffee shops in store. Key Findings -?Casualwear represents the biggest single segment of the Clothing and Footwear market. While deflationary trends are still a problem for the market, owing to declining cotton prices and increasing competition at the value end, high volumes continue to give way to value growth. -?Online growth is now one of the biggest opportunities for growth, with internet sales expected to increase significantly for the Casualwear market by 2020. -?Online shopping is stimulating further competition as consumers use the internet to seek fashion from international players as well as domestic retailers. -?Low inflation means most of the growth in the market over the next five years will be dependent on high volume sales, which is likely to lead to increased competition and a change in the nature of promotional activities which could see more multi-buy deals infiltrating the market. -?Fashion trends still play a big role in encouraging purchases in casualwear. For example, the widespread denim trend that has extended beyond staple jeans to encompass multiple categories like dresses, skirts, shirts and jackets has boosted sales of casualwear over the past year. -?57.6% of consumers put as much thought into their casual outfits as they do when dressing up. This means that casual clothing needs to be both comfortable and durable as well as fashionable. Synopsis  What Britain Wears Casual Wear , a Trend Report by Verdict Retail, providing an executive-level overview of Britains spending on casual wear with forecasts of values and volumes up to 2020. It delivers deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the casualwear market, analyzing key trends in the market based on proprietary data from Verdict Retail's aftermarket databases. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: -?Market size and forecast; a look at the total market size and forecast size for casual wear in Britain -?Market value and forecast; a look at the total market value and forecast value for casual wear parts in Britain. -?Summary of main players; with their past and future performances outlined and ranked. -?Consumer behavior in purchasing casual wear; an insight into who buys the products and what products are being brought. Reasons?To?Buy -?This Capsule Report helps executives build proactive, profitable growth strategies by offering comprehensive, relevant analysis of the casual wear fashion market based on insights from within Verdict's bespoke annual consumer insight survey. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help manufacturers and retailers to understand and succeed in the casual wear market. -?Enables understanding of developments across different retail channels, from specialists and pureplays to grocers and department stores.

    • Release Date: January 31, 2016
    • Price: USD 7000
    • Format: Pdf

  • Convenience and Foodservice at the Service Station

    Summary Globally, the number of convenience stores and food outlets at service stations are expected to grow4.9% on average between 2015 and 2019. With motorists increasingly using service stations to purchase grocery items and more major fuel retailers partnering with convenience retailers, Verdict expects non fuel sales to rise over the next few years. Verdict has identified that the average frequency of purchases at service station retailers who are partnered with a local grocer or fast food retailer is higher than at fuel retailers that only offer own brand retail products. In the UK, some fuel retailers have seen average motorist expenditure increase by up to 13% due to strong partnerships with grocers and fast food retailers. On average, motorists use the retail facilities at the service station one and half times per month compared to four times to refuel. In order to increase the frequency of retail purchases at the service station, it is important for fuel retailers to examine their product mix and establish how best to target the needs of motorists. Key Findings -?Convenience is key to increasing site appeal. Small store formats are a success, not least when they are situated at service station forecourts. However the one size fits all approach is no longer suitable, and the format must adapt depending on the local demographic and passing traffic. Key shopper missions must be identified by retailers in order to make the most of a convenience store, and in turn, increase site appeal. This can be done by adapting the store layout to make it easier for motorists to complete a shop, or indeed just refuel. -?New concepts and seasonal flavors will drive footfall. Depending on their customer profile, forecourts can offer their novelty-seeking guests new foodservice concepts such as bubble tea bars which would offer a fun alternative to their usual experience. Moreover, seasonal flavors promising an indulgent treat to motorists should be included in the menus of foodservice outlets and promoted in order to generate extra footfall and raise brand awareness. Synopsis  Convenience and Foodservice at the Service Station , is an essential resource for service station retailers big and small looking to increase the productivity and attractiveness of their proposition to motorists across the globe. Verdict examines the key ways to adopt a low risk, high reward convenience and foodservice offer to the forecourt through detailed market data, and insightful analysis of the trends impacting key retailers and markets over the coming five years. Reasons?To?Buy -?Understand the key future trends set to affect the future of the market to shape your future strategies. -?Benchmark your convenience retail business's profitability by accessing competitors' shop site network data -?Develop new marketing ideas by examining the shop strategies related to product mix, promotions, and partners employed by retailers. -?Examine the breakdown of different food product categories, to more effectively plan your product mix. -?Drive customer footfall at service station shops by understanding what features customers value and use most at European service stations and shops.

    • Release Date: December 31, 2015
    • Price: USD 8900
    • Format: PDF

  • What Britain Wears: The Denim Market; Product Analysis, Retailer Developments and Consumer Data

    Summary The Denim market has proliferated to encompass everything from jeans and jackets to dresses and dungarees. While jeans have enjoyed long-term relevance to the typical consumer's wardrobe, other products have experienced more periodic interest. Yet the last year has seen the interest in Denim products peak, paving the way for retailers to push less conventional lines like dresses and dungarees. Over the year, consumers spent between ?30 and ?50 on each product group. Key Findings -?Over the year, consumers spent between ?30 and ?50 on each product group. Over twice as much on average was spent on women's jackets as men's, suggesting that women's Denim jackets were bought in higher volumes over the year. -?Consumer research demonstrated that this is a market where consumers shop around. There was particularly high cross-over at the value end. A high proportion of value shoppers also went to middle market players for their Denim products. By contrast, Next and MandS saw far lower cross-over with competitors. -?Price was the chief driver when selecting retailers for Denim, with Range coming in close behind. The Top 10 retailers were clearly polarised between value-level retailers and middle market leaders. -?Just shy of half of all consumers shopped the sector over the last year, with the highest penetration rate witnessed in the 18-24 group. These incredibly high penetration rates demonstrate how great the demand is for Denim products and how fundamental they should be to fashion retailers' propositions. -?The Denim market enjoyed higher custom from women than men. There was also a difference in the preference for shopping channels, with city centre high streets representing the most popular destination for women and shopping malls proving more attractive to men. Synopsis  What Britain Wears: The Denim Market , a Capsule Report by Verdict Retail, provides an executive-level overview of the Denim market in the UK, with consumer data regarding shopping and spending habits on Denim in the UK. It delivers deep qualitative insight into the UK Denim market, analyzing key trends in the market based on proprietary data from Verdict Retail's consumer surveys. It also provides the following: -?Average spend on denim products by category and gender. -?Key Retailer developments, including retailer usage and what drives store choice. -?Who's buying Denim and Who's buying what? Split by demographics. Reasons?To?Buy -?This Trend Report helps executives build proactive, profitable growth strategies by offering comprehensive, relevant analysis of the UK Denim market based on insights from Verdict's consumer survey and secondary research. -?The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately. -?The broad but detailed perspective will help manufacturers and retailers to understand and succeed in the challenging UK Denim market.

    • Release Date: December 31, 2015
    • Price: USD 7000
    • Format: Pdf


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