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Global Retail Industry

 

The global retail market generated more than $10.5 trillion in 2010, according to research from MarketLine. Market expansion is expected to record yearly growth of close to 5% through 2015 to exceed $13.2 trillion. Food and groceries represent the leading market segment, generating more than $6.63 trillion in 2010, or close to 65% of the overall market.

 

The global online retail industry is expected to reach almost $830 billion in 2015, reports MarketLine. This represents 90% market expansion in just five years. Electronics are the leading market segment, with close to 34% of the overall market. The Americas represent more than 40% of the global online retail industry.

 

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Global Retail Market

  • Global Retail Development

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) , global retail sales are projected to increase by 2.1% year-on-year (yoy) in 2013, down from 2.4% in 2012.

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Global Off line and Online Retails Markets

  • Global Powers of Retailing 2014 Retail beyond Begins

Total retail revenue for the Top 250 Global Powers of Retailing reached nearly $4.3 trillion in 2012, and the average size of Top 250 retailers exceeded $17 billion.

  • January 2012
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South East Asia Retail Market Expansion

  • The Case for South East Asia Retail Investment: Structural Oppor...

The Asia Pacific retail market is the world’s largest. The region’s retail sales rose from US$3.2 trillion in 2006 (31% of the worldwide total) to US$3.8 trillion in 2011 (41% of the total). The rate of growth during this period was at least four times faster than in Europe or North America. When we think of the Asia Pacific region, the big economies of Japan, China, India, and Australia often come to mind first.

  • February 2013
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Middle East and Northern Africa Retail Market Snapshot

  • Retail Market Snapshot

The Dubai retail market is dominated by Super Regional malls, representing 68% of the existing supply within the market, whilst new developments have been focused on smaller formats such as community retail. Dubai’s supply continues to be heavily focused on larger format destination shopping malls. As of end of 2013 Dubai’s cumulative shopping mall supply exceeded 2.5 million m² of GLA, achieving an increase of 2% compared to 2012 supply figures, with the opening of City Walk and the expansion of Al Ghurair Centre.

  • January 2013
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Strategy & Trends

Retail prospects 2020 - New Entering Countries

  • The Path to 2020 Taking the Long View of Retail Market Entry

For the 20 years prior to 2013, retail sales have grown by only 9.9 percent in nominal terms, which means they have actually shrunk by a breathtaking 18.2 percent in real terms.

  • January 2012
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Retail Consumer Trends - Omnichannels and Millennials Shoppers

  • Winning in Retail in the next Decade

Marketing speed + options queue busting / predicting self scanning self check out omnichannel platform commerce engine retail data management intelligence foundation erp seamless

  • January 2013
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Retail Marketing Trends - Development of Cross Channel Approach

  • Global Cross Channel Retailing Report

The rapid growth of cross channel in both mature and emerging retail markets may be the best example of the need for retailers to look beyond their borders – even if they intend to only compete domestically. We can no longer take for granted that established retail markets will lead the charge in omnichannel innovation. We are witnessing the emergence of best practice leaders in all markets, tailored to local shopper expectations and competitive dynamics. Ebeltoft Group is uniquely positioned to help retailers be global innovators, while leveraging local expertise in more than 20 countries.

  • January 2012
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Retail Tech Trends - IT agenda

  • The Global Agenda of Retail Cios

In October 2013, TCS commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the state of IT within the global retail industry and assess the short- and long-term agendas of the retail CIO. Forrester developed a hypothesis to test the assertion that retail CIOs are responding to ever more challenging business drivers by investing in four key transformative technologies: cloud, mobile, big data, and social media. Forrester conducted in-depth surveys and interviews with 192 senior IT and business professionals at global retailers and found that these retail CIOs have a clear opportunity to leverage the disruptive power of these and other technologies to drive targeted innovation at their firms.

  • December 2013
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Retail Tech trends - IT and Supply Chain

  • An Overview of the Retail Market

The global retail industry has been maintaining a stable CAGR of around 3.1 per cent since the past few years. In the recent times, the retail industry has been observing a remarkable shift in the way global retailers are expanding their operations to emerging growth markets, where retail, as an industry still remains highly unorganized.

  • January 2012
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Main countries

US Franchise Market Snapshot

  • 2014 Franchisebusiness Economic Outlook

The output of franchise establishments in nominal dollars in 2014 will increase 4.7 percent from $801 billion to $839 billion (an increase of $38 billion). The number of franchise establishments in the United States will increase by 1.7 percent in 2014, from 757,453 to 770,368 (an increase of 12,915). The number of direct jobs in franchise establishments will increase 2.3 percent in 2014 from 8.318 million to 8.510 million (an increase of 192,000).

  • January 2014
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China Retail Market

  • Retail Market in China

China is now the world’s second largest retail market. Total retail sales of consumer goods doubled to 20.7 trillion yuan in 2012 from 10.8 trillion yuan in 2008. Furthermore, China is expected to surpass the United States to become the world’s largest consumer market within ve years.

  • September 2013
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China Retail Investment Market Dynamics

  • The Case for China Retail: Issues and Opportunities

Retail sales, which have been increasing at a robust pace over the past decade, are forecast to grow at around 10% per year from 2012 to 2015. Together with the rapid growth of personal wealth, domestic and international retailers are eager to expand their footprint in the country.

  • March 2012
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India Retail Market Review

Indian retail industry grew at 8% between 2007-11, with organized retail growing at more than three times the pace of unorganized. Going forward, this trend is expected to continue, with Organized Retail penetration set to increase to 14% by 2016.

  • January 2013
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India Retail Markets Opportunities

  • India Boarding

India is a high growth economy and the retail market is likely to touch US$ 1.3 trillion by 2020, ranking it among the top retail markets in the world. With a penetration level of only 5%, there is significant room for modern retail to grow. It is expected that modern retail, which is currently at US$ 27 billion, will grow by about 6 times to US$ 150 billion by 2020 with tremendous potential for growth across categories and segments.

  • January 2011
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Key players

TOP 50 Retailers Data - Global-USA-Europe

  • Kantar Retailtop 50

Top 50 Retailer Rankings : 1st (US Rank) Walmart (home country: USA), 2013E US Retail Sales ($ MM) $340,456. 2nd (US Rank): Kroger (home country: USA), 2013E US Retail Sales ($ MM): $97,975. 3rd (US Rank) Costco (home country: USA), 2013E US Retail Sales ($ MM): $77,304.

  • January 2013
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Top Retail Brands

  • Digital Reshapes Retail

The Amazon performance occurred in a year when retail brand value appreciated by only 2 percent overall and few other brands increased sharply in value. Examples of significant brand value growth, such as IKEA’s 28 percent rise, mostly reflected recovery from recession lows.

  • January 2011
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China Retail Key Players

  • Experience at the Fore in the New Retail Typology

China has more Internet shoppers than any other country, at 220 million, and is shortly set to overtake the US as having the world’s largest on-line retail sales market by total value, yet the supply pipeline of new mega sized malls in its cities show no signs of abating. The question naturally arises whether e-commerce represents a significant competitive threat to traditional bricks and mortar or whether the two can continue to coexist in a symbiotic relationship.

  • January 2013
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India Retail Key Players

  • India Pulse

The Indian retail industry has grown at a Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 13.3 percent for the period FY06-10. The growth in the Indian economy since the last decade and the change in consumption pattern of the Indian populace in terms of higher proportion of middle class population, greater proportion of working women, etc. can unarguably be linked to the growth of the Indian retailing industry.

  • February 2013
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