- Published: May 2012
- Region: Great Britain, United Kingdom
UK Homeware Retailers 2010
- ID: 1198445
- January 2010
- Region: United Kingdom, Great Britain
- 22 Pages
- Verdict Research Limited
By the end of 2010, the homewares market will have shrunk by 1.9% as it continues to feel the impact of the recession. This report explores the dynamics, growth trends and drivers of the homewares market and why growth has stalled so violently. In addition the report profiles the leading operators and major casualties in the market.
- Market size, sales and growth rates for the homewares market overall and at category level and for nine sub segments.
- 10 year market share records with key operating and store portfolio statistics for all leading sector participants.
- Space allocation for leading players across 18 product categories.
- Strategies for success in an increasingly competitive and shrinking market.
With consumers cutting back on discretionary spend and taking less interest in home improvement, the homewares market is suffering. By the end of 2010 the market will have shrunk by 1.9%, resulting in a decline of £652m since its peak in 2008. With the robust growth of the last decade over, retailers will have to work harder to attract spend.
Levels of consumer confidence and activity in the housing market have improved, but not to levels where they will boost spending on homewares significantly. With the homewares market seeing either no growth or slow spending increases for the foreseeable future, to increase sales, retailers will have to gain share from competitors.
The departure of Woolworths, Rosebys and The Pier from the market during late 2008 and the beginning of 2009 has lessened the impact of the decline in the market and allowed the survivors to up their share. However, without similar failures they could find 2010 much harder, with a return to declining like-for-like sales highly probable.
Reasons to Purchase:
- UK Homewares Retailers 2010 is a comprehensive report, combining insightful analysis into the market downturn with robust statistical interpretation.
- This report analyses the prospects for over 27 of the leading players in the market, enabling performance benchmarking.
- A comprehensive outlook section is included listing the key issues likely to impact the homewares market through 2010 and beyond. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
CHAPTER 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 6
- About CSI 6
CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 7
- Summary of Findings – DIY 7
CHAPTER 3 SYNOPSIS AND COMPARATIVES 10
- Synopsis and Comparatives – DIY 10
CHAPTER 4 RANKINGS 12
- Overall ranking – DIY 12
- Winners since last year – DIY 13
- Losers since last year – DIY 14
- Ranking for range – DIY 15
- Ranking for price – DIY 16
- Ranking for convenience – DIY 17
- Ranking for quality – DIY 18
- Ranking for service – DIY 19
- Ranking for ambience – DIY 20
- Ranking for facilities – DIY 21
- Ranking for layout – DIY 22
LIST OF TABLES:
Table 1: DIY highest scoring retailers overall and by factor 2009 & 2010 10
Table 2: CSI comparatives between DIY and all retail 2010 10
Table 3: Retailers ranked by overall CSI score 2005-2010 12
Table 4: DIY retailers with the most significant gains in overall CSI score 2010 13
Table 5: Retailers with the most significant gains in CSI ranking in DIY 2010 13
Table 6: DIY retailers with the most significant losses in overall CSI score 2010 14
Table 7: Retailers with the most significant losses in CSI ranking in DIY 2010 14
Table 8: Retailers ranked by CSI score for range 2005-2010 15
Table 9: Retailers ranked by CSI score for price 2005-2010 16
Table 10: Retailers ranked by CSI score for convenience 2005-2010 17
Table 11: Retailers ranked by CSI score for quality 2005-2010 18
Table 12: Retailers ranked by CSI score for service 2005-2010 19
Table 13: Retailers ranked by CSI score for ambience 2005-2010 20
Table 14: Retailers ranked by CSI score for facilities 2005-2010 21
Table 15: Retailers ranked by CSI score for layout 2005-2010 22
LIST OF FIGURES:
Figure 1: Yearly overall score comparatives, DIY and all retail 2005-2010 11