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World Retailing

  • Published: May 2007
  • Region: Global
  • 119 Pages
  • Euromonitor International

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Our World Market for Retailing report offers insight into the key drivers of change in retailing, from a global and regional perspective. Major drivers include increasing urbanisation, new formats and channels and rising demand for premium products. There are profiles of leading retailers, with analysis of their performance and the challenges they face. There is also analysis of non-store retailing, including the importance of the internet and direct selling

Executive Briefing 1
Chart 1 Global Presentation Slide 1 1
Chart 2 Global Presentation Slide 2 1
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Chart 4 Global Presentation Slide 4 3
Chart 5 Global Presentation Slide 5 4
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Chart 8 Global Presentation Slide 8 6
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Chart 10 Global Presentation Slide 10 8
Chart 11 Global Presentation Slide 11 9
Chart 12 Global Presentation Slide 12 10
Chart 13 Global Presentation Slide 13 11
Chart 14 Global Presentation Slide 14 12
the Key Drivers of Change in Global Retailing 12
Urbanisation Generates New Demand for Retail 12
Table 1 Declining Share of Independent Grocers in Emerging Markets 2000/2006 13
Chart 15 Fastest Urban Growth by Country 2005-2015 15
Summary 1 Selected Major International Retailer Presence in Fastest Urban Growth
Countries 2007 16
Migration – Refuelling Demand in Developed Markets? 17
Chart 16 US Population by Ethnicity 2000/2050: % Analysis 18
the Need To Refine Demographic Targeting 18
Chart 17 Absolute Growth in Population 2005/2015 21
the Emergence of A Global Consumer? 23
Chart 18 Proportion of Households in China with an Annual Disposable Income Over
US$5,000: 2005-2015 25
the Profound Impact of Fast Living 26
Table 2 Leading Global Markets for Internet Retailing and Homeshopping 2011 27
Chart 19 Convenience Kiosk in Japan 29
Deep-seated Change in Perceptions of Value 29
Chart 20 Global Utilisation of Low-Cost Carriers 2000-2005 30
Chart 21 Aldi Presence in 1997 and 2007 31
Aspiration Hits the Mass Market 32
Health and Wellness – A Dominant Trend 33
Table 3 Leading Obese Countries 2005 34
Chart 22 Global Health and Wellness Food Market 2006: % Analysis 35
Security Fears and Technological Advances Drive Cocooning Trend 37
Chart 23 Drivers of Cocooning 39
the Rise of Ethical Consumption 40
Table 4 Organic Agricultural Area as a Proportion of Total Agricultural Area: %
Analysis 41
A Changing Approach To Internationalization 43
Summary 2 Major Market Exits by Country 2005-2007 43
Diversifying the Offer 45
Summary 3 Major Retailer Diversifications of Product/Service Offering 2006/2007 45
Chart 24 Wal-Mart Stores Inc: Homewares at Asda Living, UK 46
Summary 4 Format Diversification by Major Retailers 48
Intense Competition for Retail Sites 49
Retailers Gain the Upper Hand 51
Table 5 Private Label Global Strength 2005 52
Expanding the Private Label Offering 53
Chart 25 Tesco Plc: Home Improvement 54
Summary 5 Private Label Premiumisation 2006/2007 56
New Markets, New Consumers: Critical Factors for Success in Brics 57
Brics: in the Global Context 57
Table 6 BRIC Markets in Global Context: Total Value Retail Sales: 2001/2006/2011 57
Chart 26 Retailing: Relative Market Value in US$ and CAGR: 2001-2011 58
Table 7 Number of Urban Households 2006/2010 59
Summary 6 BRICs: Legal Restrictions on Retail and Governments Attitude 60
Brics: Critical Success Factors 61
Summary 7 Selected Major International Retailer Presence in BRICs 2007 62
Summary 8 BRICs: Market Entry Mode and Developed Formats 64
Table 8 Passenger Cars per 1,000 Households 2006 65
Chart 27 Retailing: Growth of Grocery Channels 68
Brics: Opportunities 69
Summary 9 BRICs First-Tier and Largest Second-Tier Cities 70
Table 9 Number of Modern Format Shopping Centres/Malls 2005/2007 72
Table 10 Forecast Growth in Selected Non-grocery Sectors: % CAGR 2006/2011 73
From Global To Local: Strategies for Meeting the Demands of Modern Consumers 73
Headlines 73
Major Player Comparative Performance 73
Table 11 Leading Retailers: Retail Value Excl Sales Tax/VAT 2005 75
Strategic Activity 75
Summary 10 Leading Retailers: Major Withdrawals and Investment Plans 76
Chart 28 Leading Retailers: Internationalisation 77
Summary 11 Leading International Retailers based in Emerging Market Regions 79
Consolidation 80
Chart 29 Global Concentration in Key Retail Formats 2006 81
Summary 12 Leading Retailers: Major Investment Plans 83
Outlook 83
Table 12 Forecast Fastest Growing Convenience Store Markets: 2006-2011 85
Table 13 Forecast Fastest Growing Discounter Markets: 2006-2011 86
Table 14 Forecast Performance of Internet Retailing by Sector: 2006-2011 87
Table 15 Global Internet Retailing: Forecast Performance by Sector: 2006-2011 89
Table 16 Leading Internet Retailing Growth Markets: 2006-2011 89
Table 17 Forecast Performance of Mixed Retailers by Region: 2006-2011 91
Summary 13 Specialists’ development of services 92
Summary 14 Fair-trade and Organic Private Labels 94
Chart 30 Forecast Growth in Retailing in BRICs: 2006-2011 97
All Eyes on India 97
Table 18 India: Leading Retailers 2006 98
Table 19 Forecast Performance of Indian Retailing by Sector by Region: 2006-2011 98
Non-store Retailing Opportunity Or Threat? 99
Headlines 99
Table 20 Non-Store Retailing as a Proportion of Total Retailing: 2001-2006 99
Key Trends and Drivers 99
Table 21 World Total Digital Satellite Pay-TV Subscribers 2000-2005 100
Table 22 Financial Cards in Circulation: 2006-2011 102
Internet Retailing Provides New Impetus To Non-store 102
Chart 31 Global Non-Store Retailing by Channel: 2001-2006 104
Top Five Markets Account for Nearly 80%of Non-store Retailing 104
Chart 32 Leading Non-store Retailing Markets in 2006 105
Table 23 Top 10 Markets for Vending in 2006-2011 106
Table 24 Top 10 Markets for Direct Selling in 2006 108
the Impact of Non-store: 6%of Global Retailing and Rising 108
Stores Fight Back: Multi-channel Retailing 109
Non-store Operators Go Multi-channel 110
Competitive Environment 111
Table 25 Global Ranking of Non-Store Retailers: 2004-2006 111
Focus Channel: Internet Retailing 113
Table 26 Top 10 Countries by Internet Users: 2006-2011 113
Chart 33 Global Internet Retailing Sales by Category: 2011 115
Table 27 Internet Retailing Sales Growth by Region: 2006-2011 116
Exploiting Non-store Retailing Opportunities 117

7-Eleven Inc;
AEON;
Albertsons Inc;
Aldi Group;
Arcadia Group Limited;
Auchan Group;
Best Buy Co Inc;
Boots Group PLC;
Canadian Tire Corporation,
Limited;
Carrefour SA;
Casino Group;
Coles Myer Ltd;
Costco Wholesale Corp;
Daiei; Daimaru;
Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited;
Delhaize Group;
Dixons Group plc;
DSG International Plc;
E.Leclerc; Edeka;
El Corte Inglés;
Family Mart;
Galeries Lafayette;
GUS PLC;
Home Depot Inc;
Ikea International A/S;
Inditex;
Isetan Co Ltd;
ITM Enterprises SA;
Ito Yokado;
J Sainsbury Plc;
JC Penney Company Inc;
JC Penney Corporation Inc;
John Lewis Partnership Plc;
KarstadtQuelle;
Kingfisher Plc;
Koninklijke Vendex KBB NV;
Kroger co; Kroger Company;
Loblaw Companies Limited;
Loblaw Companies Ltd;
Marks & Spencer PLC;
Metro Group;
Mitsukoshi;
Otto Group;
Pinault-Printemps-Redoute;
Rewe Zentral AG;
Royal Ahold NV;
Royal Vendex KBB NV;
Schwarz Beteiligungs GmbH;
Schwarz Group;
Sears, Roebuck & Co;
Sobeys Inc;
SPAR International;
Takashimaya;
Target Corp;
Tengelmann Group;
Tesco Plc;
The Gap Inc;
Toys “R” Us Inc;
UNY Co Ltd;
Walgreen Co;
Wal-Mart Stores Inc;
Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc;
Woolworths Ltd

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