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Ireland: Retail - Market Shares, Summary & Forecasts to 2023

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  • 97 Pages
  • November 2019
  • Region: Ireland
  • GlobalData
  • ID: 4895033
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Ireland: Retail - Market Shares, Summary & Forecasts to 2023


“Ireland: Retail - Market Shares, Summary & Forecasts to 2023” provides data for historic and forecast retail sales, and also includes information on the business environment and country risk related to Ireland retail environment. In addition, it analyzes the key consumer trends influencing Ireland retail industry:

Retail sales in Ireland grew by 2.1% in 2018, a slight slowdown from 2017 growth of 2.5%. This drop can be explained by heavy snowfall and a long, dry, hot summer in the first half of 2018, impacting willingness and ability to shop - though it will have aided the sell-thru of highly seasonal goods

What else does this report offer?
  • In-depth analysis of the latest trends in consumer shopping, covering the factors driving shopping, consumer insights, market dynamics (covering 26 product categories),
  • The report also details major retailers in each category group with their product proposition analysis and market positioning in 2018 along with recent key developments
  • Market insights based on consumer trends, changing economic and demographic factors, technology innovations, and other macroeconomic factors
  • Retail sales and the fastest-growing product categories, which include Clothing, Footwear, Books, News and Stationery, Electrical and Electronics, Food and Grocery, Health and Beauty, Furniture and Floor Coverings, Home and Garden Products, Music, Video and Entertainment Software, Sports and Leisure Equipment, Jewelry, Watches and Accessories, and Luggage and Leather Goods
  • Qualitative and quantitative insights of changing retail dynamics across various channels

  • Rise in wages and declining unemployment help support retail growth
  • Growth will pick up over the forecast period, driven by improved economic certainty
  • Increasing focus on beauty and wellness will support growth in health & beauty sector
  • Tough housing market led to slower growth in home sector sales
  • Growing ageing population and beauty consciousness drives health & beauty market
  • Promotions, deep discounts and convenience accelerate sales through the online channel

Reasons to buy
  • Gain comprehensive knowledge on 26 product categories in Ireland retail market and develop a competitive advantage around consumer behavior trends from the start of your supply chain
  • Explore novel opportunities that will allow you to align your product offerings and strategies to meet demand by analyzing the vital economic and population trends, and key consumer and technology trends influencing the retail market
  • Investigate current and forecast behavior trends in each category to identify the best opportunities to exploit
  • Analyze the recommended actions to align your marketing strategies with the crucial trends influencing consumer behaviour
  • Understand the fastest-growing categories in the market with insights on the performance of individual product categories, across key channels from 2013, with forecasts until 2023

Table of Contents

  • Key Findings
  • The State of the Nation
  • The State of Retail
  • Clothing & footwear
  • Food & grocery
  • Electricals
  • Health & beauty
  • Home
  • Others
  • Definitions
  • Methodology

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Primark
  • Dunnes Stores
  • TK Maxx
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Next
  • Brown Thomas
  • Zara
  • Debenhams
  • Supervalu
  • Dunnes Stores
  • Tesco
  • Centra
  • Lidl
  • Aldi
  • Spar
  • Gala
  • Costcutter Supermarket
  • Expert
  • DID Electrical
  • Euronics
  • Currys PC World
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Amazon
  • Power City
  • Argos
  • Harvey Norman
  • Boots
  • Sam McCauley
  • Tesco