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Global Luxury Goods Market Report: 2016 Edition

  • ID: 3673590
  • April 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 67 Pages
  • Koncept Analytics
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Luxury Goods Market: Globe Trotters Drive Growth

Luxury goods refer to products or services of superior quality that are distinguished from normal goods because of their unique craftsmanship, exclusivity and the reputation associated. They are characterized by their quality, price, scarcity, uniqueness, status, ancestral heritage and personal history. Luxury goods can reach the customers in three ways, through retail, wholesale or online. The wholesale route gives wider market exposure; retail channels give the opportunity for having direct contact with the customers, while the online mode gives flexibility to the customers.

Growing affluence and rising consumer consciousness have ensured sustained growth in the global luxury goods market, which is helmed by personal luxury goods at the forefront. Key factors driving this growth are rise in HNWI population, increased internet penetration, rise in urban population, increased number of millionaires and a rise in ageing population.

The report provides an overview of the global luxury goods market including the key trends, growth drivers and challenges associated. In recent years, demand for luxury goods has seen a rising trend in almost all the major regions of the world. READ MORE >

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1. Market Overview
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Characteristics
1.3 Types of Luxury Brands
1.4 Channels of Distribution
1.5 Regular vs Luxury Goods

2. Global Luxury Goods Market
2.1 Global Luxury Goods Market by Value
2.2 Global Luxury Goods Market by Segment

3. Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Value
3.1 Market by Category
3.2 Market by Classification
3.3 Market by Channels
3.4 Market by Format
3.5 Market by Pricing
3.6 Market by Nationality
3.7 Market by Shopper’s Type
3.8 Market by Regions
3.8.1 The Americas
3.8.3 APAC

4. Global Luxury Cars Market
4.1 Global Luxury Cars Market by Value
4.2 Global Luxury Cars Market by Segment

5. Global Luxury Food & Spirits Market
5.1 Global Luxury Food Market by Value
5.2 Global Luxury Food Market by Segment
5.3 Global Luxury Spirits Market by Value
5.4 Global Luxury Spirits Market by Segment

6. Global Luxury Cruises and Yacht & Private Jets Market
6.1 Global Luxury Cruises Market by Value
6.2 Global Yacht & Private Jets Market by Value

7. Market Dynamics
7.1 Key Trends
7.1.1 Increasing Demand for Luxury Goods
7.1.2 High Tourist Spending in Asia
7.1.3 Highest International Tourism Expenditure in China
7.1.4 Jewelry, Gems and Watches Attractive for HNWI
7.1.5 China Leading in case of Middle-Class
7.1.6 Dominating Mono-Brand Sales Format
7.1.7 Prominence of the Off-Price Format
7.2 Growth Drivers
7.2.1 Rise in HNWI Population
7.2.2 Increased Internet Penetration
7.2.3 Rise in Urban Population
7.2.4 Increase in the Number of Millionaires
7.2.5 Rising Ageing Population

7.3 Challenges
7.3.1 Global GDP Revised Down
7.3.2 China’s Economic Slowdown
7.3.3 Geopolitical Threats
7.3.4 Financial Volatility
7.3.5 Changing Consumption Patterns

8. Competitive Landscape
8.1 Global Luxury Goods Market
8.2 Global Luxury Jewelry Market
8.3 Global Luxury Eyewear Market

9. Company Profiles
9.1 LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton
9.1.1 Business Overview
9.1.2 Financial Overview
9.1.3 Business Strategies
9.2 Kering
9.2.1 Business Overview
9.2.2 Financial Overview
9.2.3 Business Strategies
9.3 Richemont
9.3.1 Business Overview
9.3.2 Financial Overview
9.2.3 Business Strategies
9.4 Luxottica
9.4.1 Business Overview
9.4.2 Financial Overview
9.4.3 Business Strategies

10. Market Outlook
10.1 Global Personal Luxury Goods Market Forecast
10.2 Forecast Methodology
10.2.1 Dependent and Independent Variables
10.2.2 Correlation Analysis
10.2.3 Regression Analysis

List of Charts

- Characteristics of Luxury Products
- Distribution Channels of Luxury Goods
- Global Luxury Goods Market by Value (2012-2015E)
- Global Luxury Goods Market by Segment (2015E)
- Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2010-2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Category (2013-2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Classification (2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Channel (2010-2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Format (2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Pricing (2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Nationality (2014-2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Shopper Type (2015E)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Region (2015E)
- The Americas Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Europe’s Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2010-2015E)
- Middle-East Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Africa’s Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Mainland China’s Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Hong Kong & Macau Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Japan’s Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Australia’s Personal Luxury Goods Market Revenue (2013-2015E)
- Global Luxury Cars Market Revenue (2010-2015E)
- Global Luxury Cars Market by Segment (2015E)
- Global Luxury Food Market Revenue (2012-2015E)
- Global Luxury Food Market by Segment (2015E)
- Luxury Spirits Market Revenue (2012-2015E)
- Global Luxury Spirits Market by Segment (2015E)
- Global Luxury Cruises Market Revenue (2012-2015E)
- Yacht & Private Jets Market Revenue (2012-2015E)
- Luxury Demand as Percentage of GDP (2010-2014)
- Luxury Domestic and Tourist Demand by Region (2014)
- International Tourism Expenditure by Country (2014)
- High Net-Worth Individuals Spending Pattern (2014)
- Global Middle Class Population by Country (2015)
- Global Personal Luxury Goods Market by Sales Format (2015E)
- Global Off-Price Personal Luxury Goods Market by Category (2015E)
- Global HNWI Population (2010-2014)
- Global Internet Users (2010-2015E)
- Global Urban Population (2010-2014)
- Percentage Increase in the Number of Millionaires (2015-2020E)
- Global Population Over 50 Years of Age (2010-2015E)
- Global Gross Domestic Product (2010-2015E)
- China’s GDP Growth (2010-2014)
- Global Luxury Goods Top Companies Revenue Comparison (2014)
- Global Rough Diamond Sales Share by Company (2014)
- Luxury Eyewear Market Share by Company (2014)
- LVMH’s Revenue Share by Business Segment (2014)
- LVMH’s Revenue Share by Geographic Region (2014)
- LVMH’s Revenues and Net Income (2010-2015)
- Kering’s Revenue Share by Business Segment (2015)
- Kering’s Revenue Share by Geographic Region (2015)
- Kering’s Revenues and Net Income (2010-2015)
- Richemont’s Revenue Share by Segments (2015)
- Richemont’s Revenue Share by Geographic Region (2015)
- Richemont’s Revenues and Net Income (2010-2015)
- Luxottica’s Revenue Share by Geographic Region (2014)
- Luxottica’s Revenue and Net Income (2010-2014)
- Global Personal Luxury Market Forecast (2014-2018F)

List of Tables

- Types of Luxury Brand Segments
- Luxury Goods’ Industry Classification
- Difference between Regular and Luxury Goods
- Dependent & Independent Variables (2010-2014)
- Correlation Matrix
- Model Summary - Coefficient of Determination
- Regression Coefficients Output

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Luxury goods are products or services that are exclusive in characteristics, based on the quality, price, scarcity, uniqueness, status, ancestral heritage and personal history. They differ from normal goods due to the unique craftsmanship, exclusivity and the reputation that they hold.

Growing affluence and rising consumer consciousness have ensured sustained growth in the global luxury goods market, which is helmed by personal luxury goods at the forefront. Key factors driving this growth are, rise in HNWI population, increased internet penetration, rise in urban population, increased number of millionaires and a rise in ageing population.

The report provides an overview of the entire global luxury goods market including the key trends, growth drivers and the challenges associated. In recent years demand for luxury goods has seen a rising trend in almost all the major regions of the world. This can be attributed to onset of the digital age and growing e-commerce coupled with an expanding off-price market that has led to narrowing of income and demand gaps between consumers.

High tourist spending in Asia and burgeoning tourism are other trends in the global luxury good market. However, falling commodity prices and the ongoing oil crisis have led to a downward revision of the Global GDP, posing a serious challenge for luxury consumption across the globe. China’s economic slowdown, geopolitical threats and financial volatility are other such factors that may affect the global luxury goods market in the years ahead.

The report has forecasted future trend in the global luxury goods market by combining SPSS Inc.’s data integration and analysis capabilities. Regression models have been created by employing various significant variables that have an impact on the market. Before deploying the regression model, the relationship between several independent or predictor variables and the dependent variable was analyzed using standard SPSS output, including charts, tables, and tests.

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- Kering
- LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton
- Luxottica
- Richemont

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