Homeshopping in the US

  • ID: 1542553
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 45 pages
  • Euromonitor International
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When it comes to non-healthcare-related homeshopping, most consumers think of QVC and HSN; mainstays that introduce innovative products and unique brands and take advantage of celebrity product lines and endorsements. Despite strong brand recognition, fewer consumers have been sticking with homeshopping via television, instead opting to purchase items online. Even QVC and HSN have seen dramatic shifts in sales from television to online. That being said, QVC’s parent company, Liberty Interactive...
The publisher's Homeshopping in USA report offers insight into key trends and developments driving the industry. The report examines all retail channels to provide sector insight. Channels include hypermarkets, supermarkets, discounters, convenience stores, mixed retailers, health and beauty retailers, clothing and footwear retailers, furniture and furnishing stores, DIY and hardware stores, durable goods retailers, leisure and personal goods retailers. There are profiles of leading retailers, with analysis of their performance and the challenges they face. There is also analysis of non-store retailing: vending; homeshopping; internet retailing; direct selling, as available.

Product coverage:
Apparel and Footwear through Homeshopping, Beauty and Personal Care Homeshopping, Consumer Appliances Homeshopping, Consumer Electronics Homeshopping, Consumer Healthcare Homeshopping, Food and Drink Homeshopping, Home Care Homeshopping, Home Improvement and Gardening Homeshopping, Housewares and Home Furnishings Homeshopping, Media Products Homeshopping, Other Homeshopping, Personal Accessories and Eyewear through Homeshopping, Pet Care Homeshopping, Traditional Toys and Games Homeshopping, Video Games Hardware Homeshopping.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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  • Get a detailed picture of the Homeshopping market;
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  • Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.
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Homeshopping In The Us

March 2018

Headlines

Prospects

Qvc's Parent Company Takes Over Hsn
Homeshopping Sees A Shift Towards And Competition From Internet Retailing
Ageing Population Fuels Sales Of Healthcare Products

Competitive Landscape

Walgreens Takes On Cvs
The Express Scripts Network Goes Beyond Pharmacies
Sears In A Return To Nostalgia
Channel Data
Table 1 Homeshopping By Category: Value 2012-2017
Table 2 Homeshopping By Category: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 3 Homeshopping Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 4 Homeshopping Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 5 Homeshopping Forecasts By Category: Value 2017-2022
Table 6 Homeshopping Forecasts By Category: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Executive Summary
Retailing Registers A Slower Rate Of Growth In 2017
The Value Of Omnichannel Retailing More Evident Than Ever
Silos Come Crashing Down
Mobile Is The Driving Force Behind Online Expansion
Variety Stores And Private Label Lines Prove Price Is Still Relevant
Operating Environment
Informal Retailing
Opening Hours
Summary 1 Standard Opening Hours By Channel Type 2017
Physical Retail Landscape
Cash And Carry
Seasonality
Payments And Delivery
Emerging Business Models
Market Data
Table 7 Sales In Retailing By Store-Based Vs Non-Store: Value 2012-2017
Table 8 Sales In Retailing By Store-Based Vs Non-Store: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 9 Sales In Store-Based Retailing By Channel: Value 2012-2017
Table 10 Sales In Store-Based Retailing By Channel: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 11 Store-Based Retailing Outlets By Channel: Units 2012-2017
Table 12 Store-Based Retailing Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2012-2017
Table 13 Sales In Non-Store Retailing By Channel: Value 2012-2017
Table 14 Sales In Non-Store Retailing By Channel: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 15 Grocery Retailers: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space 2012-2017
Table 16 Grocery Retailers: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space: % Growth 2012-2017
Table 17 Sales In Grocery Retailers By Channel: Value 2012-2017
Table 18 Sales In Grocery Retailers By Channel: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 19 Grocery Retailers Outlets By Channel: Units 2012-2017
Table 20 Grocery Retailers Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2012-2017
Table 21 Non-Grocery Specialists: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space 2012-2017
Table 22 Non-Grocery Specialists: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space: % Growth 2012-2017
Table 23 Sales In Non-Grocery Specialists By Channel: Value 2012-2017
Table 24 Sales In Non-Grocery Specialists By Channel: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 25 Non-Grocery Specialists Outlets By Channel: Units 2012-2017
Table 26 Non-Grocery Specialists Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2012-2017
Table 27 Mixed Retailers: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space 2012-2017
Table 28 Mixed Retailers: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space: % Growth 2012-2017
Table 29 Sales In Mixed Retailers By Channel: Value 2012-2017
Table 30 Sales In Mixed Retailers By Channel: % Value Growth 2012-2017
Table 31 Mixed Retailers Outlets By Channel: Units 2012-2017
Table 32 Mixed Retailers Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2012-2017
Table 33 Retailing Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 34 Retailing Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 35 Store-Based Retailing Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 36 Store-Based Retailing Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 37 Store-Based Retailing Lbn Brand Shares: Outlets 2014-2017
Table 38 Non-Store Retailing Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 39 Non-Store Retailing Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 40 Grocery Retailers Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 41 Grocery Retailers Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 42 Grocery Retailers Lbn Brand Shares: Outlets 2014-2017
Table 43 Grocery Retailers Lbn Brand Shares: Selling Space 2014-2017
Table 44 Non-Grocery Specialists Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 45 Non-Grocery Specialists Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 46 Non-Grocery Specialists Lbn Brand Shares: Outlets 2014-2017
Table 47 Non-Grocery Specialists Lbn Brand Shares: Selling Space 2014-2017
Table 48 Mixed Retailers Gbo Company Shares: % Value 2013-2017
Table 49 Mixed Retailers Gbn Brand Shares: % Value 2014-2017
Table 50 Mixed Retailers Lbn Brand Shares: Outlets 2014-2017
Table 51 Mixed Retailers Lbn Brand Shares: Selling Space 2014-2017
Table 52 Forecast Sales In Retailing By Store-Based Vs Non-Store: Value 2017-2022
Table 53 Forecast Sales In Retailing By Store-Based Vs Non-Store: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Table 54 Forecast Sales In Store-Based Retailing By Channel: Value 2017-2022
Table 55 Forecast Sales In Store-Based Retailing By Channel: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Table 56 Forecast Store-Based Retailing Outlets By Channel: Units 2017-2022
Table 57 Forecast Store-Based Retailing Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2017-2022
Table 58 Forecast Sales In Non-Store Retailing By Channel: Value 2017-2022
Table 59 Forecast Sales In Non-Store Retailing By Channel: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Table 60 Grocery Retailers Forecasts: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space 2017-2022
Table 61 Grocery Retailers Forecasts: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space: % Growth 2017-2022
Table 62 Forecast Sales In Grocery Retailers By Channel: Value 2017-2022
Table 63 Forecast Sales In Grocery Retailers By Channel: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Table 64 Forecast Grocery Retailers Outlets By Channel: Units 2017-2022
Table 65 Forecast Grocery Retailers Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2017-2022
Table 66 Non-Grocery Specialists Forecasts: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space 2017-2022
Table 67 Non-Grocery Specialists Forecasts: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space: % Growth 2017-2022
Table 68 Forecast Sales In Non-Grocery Specialists By Channel: Value 2017-2022
Table 69 Forecast Sales In Non-Grocery Specialists By Channel: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Table 70 Forecast Non-Grocery Specialists Outlets By Channel: Units 2017-2022
Table 71 Forecast Non-Grocery Specialists Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2017-2022
Table 72 Mixed Retailers Forecasts: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space 2017-2022
Table 73 Mixed Retailers Forecasts: Value Sales, Outlets And Selling Space: % Growth 2017-2022
Table 74 Forecast Sales In Mixed Retailers By Channel: Value 2017-2022
Table 75 Forecast Sales In Mixed Retailers By Channel: % Value Growth 2017-2022
Table 76 Forecast Mixed Retailers Outlets By Channel: Units 2017-2022
Table 77 Forecast Mixed Retailers Outlets By Channel: % Unit Growth 2017-2022
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Trends

Over the review period the competition in homeshopping increased as a result of the strengthening of internet retailing. Consumers were increasingly shopping online and using mobile devices for their purchases. As a result, many homeshopping companies supported their websites with mobile apps in an effort to encourage consumers to remain with their brands. In 2016 this strategy helped some homeshopping retailers, such as QVC, to maintain and increase their sales.

Competitive Landscape

CVS Health Corp led homeshopping in 2016, with a 50% value share. The company posted an increase in its share of over 10%, thanks to an increase in the number of customers. CVS Health Corp reaches consumers with its omnichannel approach. The company is present through store-based retailing, internet retailing and homeshopping. In 2016 the company acquired Target’s pharmacies. This acquisition is expected to further benefit the company’s expansion.

Prospects

Homeshopping is expected to continue to post a decline over the forecast period. The main reason behind this performance is the impact of internet retailing. Competition from other store-based channels is also expected to adversely influence its performance. In addition, other homeshopping is expected to remain by far the largest category, mainly due to the sale of prescription drugs via mail order. CVS Health Corp and Walgreen are likely to continue to lead homeshopping thanks to the strength of this category. Overall, a negative value CAGR of 3% at constant 2016 prices is expected in homeshopping over the forecast period.

Overview:
Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Homeshopping industry in USA with research from a team of in-country analysts.

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If you're in the Homeshopping industry in USA, this research will save you time and money while empowering you to make informed, profitable decisions.

The Homeshopping in USA market research report includes:
  • Analysis of key supply-side and demand trends
  • Detailed market shares for international and locally-based retailers
  • Historic values, company and brand market shares
  • Five year forecasts of market trends and market growth
  • Robust and transparent market research methodology, conducted in-country
Our market research reports answer questions such as:
  • Who are the leading retailers in USA?
  • What products continue to sell well through the homeshopping channel?
  • How is the homeshopping channel being affected by the growth of internet retailing?
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