After the downturn in 2008, global luxury goods has begun to recover. Whilst Western consumers are taking small steps back into luxury, the BRIC nations are generating new enthusiastic buyers of luxury brands. The global economic recovery also makes for a positive outlook for packaging; as the luxury market becomes increasingly diversified, the boundaries between luxury and mass are becoming increasingly blurred. This poses challenges but is also creating opportunities for packaging companies.
Euromonitor International's Luxury Goods Diversification Creating Packaging Opportunities Worldwide global briefing offers an insight into the size and shape of the luxury goods industry, highlights buzz topics, emerging trends as well as pressing industry issues, their effects on luxury goods retailing in markets around the world and on the development of consumers’ shopping patterns. Forecasts illustrate how the market is set to change and criteria for success. In short, it identifies the opportunity zones within luxury goods industry
Product coverage: Designer Clothing And Footwear, Fine Wines/Champagne And Spirits, Luxury Accessories, Luxury Electronic Gadgets, Luxury Fine China And Crystal Ware, Luxury Jewellery And Timepieces, Luxury Tobacco, Luxury Travel Goods, Luxury Writing Instruments And Stationery, Super Premium Beauty And Personal Care.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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