- Published: October 2011
- Region: Great Britain, United Kingdom
Annual Forecasting Homewares 2014
- Published: August 2010
- Region: United Kingdom
- 66 Pages
- Verdict Research Limited
UK Retail Futures 2014: Homewares provides comprehensive insight into sector related issues such as market shares, channels of distribution and the changing patterns of consumer demand. It combines this with a host of economic, social and political factors to derive thorough sector forecasts over the next five years.
Scope of this research:
- Market expenditure, inflation and volume growth forecast to 2014 as well as data from the last ten years
- Comprehensive analysis covering inflation, volume and sales growth split by categories
- Channels of distribution analysis 2009,2010 and 2014 covering homewares specialists and non-specialists
- Comprehensive analysis of the key issues set to impact the homewares market over the next five years
Research and analysis highlights:
Homewares volumes will remain firmly in negative territory until advancing in 2012. The recovery will be slow, with the slack housing market dampening consumers' sense of wealth.
Competition will increase as more non-specialists aim to boost sales by expanding their homewares ranges, posing the risk of some retailers mainly independents falling out of the market once more.
Fashion trends and design have become more apparent, increasing the pace of the market and replacement purchases.
Key reasons to purchase this research:
- Plan for the future, using this report to develop strategies that will enable you to compete effectively against rivals in tougher market conditions
- Enhance your understanding of key issues, trends, and dynamics in the market, providing a valuable tool to help steer your business into the future
- See how core homewares categories are expected to perform over the next five years. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Executive Summary extracts
Percentage point difference with Total Retail
Table: Principle sources of data and information
Figure: Verdict forecasting methodology