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Homeshopping in Brazil

Homeshopping in Brazil

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • April 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

The leading players in homeshopping recognise the possibilities offered by internet retailing and are thus increasingly focusing on driving sales via this channel. Leading brand Shoptime notably benefits ...

Homeshopping in Japan

Homeshopping in Japan

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • April 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

In 2015 homeshopping continued to decline by 2% in current value terms to stand at ¥2,689 billion. Although the speed of decline slowed in 2015 after the difficult 2014 with the tax hike, it was not enough ...

Homeshopping in Egypt

Homeshopping in Egypt

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • March 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Due to stability in Egypt and increasing household incomes, homeshopping saw current value growth of 29% in 2015, compared with 13% growth in 2013. Homeshopping value sales increase notably through the ...

Homeshopping in the Netherlands

Homeshopping in the Netherlands

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • March 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping continued to record negative growth towards the end of the review period such as consumers are increasingly shopping online. Those consumers who previously used homeshopping more often such ...

Homeshopping in the United Arab Emirates

Homeshopping in the United Arab Emirates

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • March 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping in the United Arab Emirates increased by 16% in 2015, with growth being driven by a combination of factors. First, strong growth in internet retailing has boosted consumer confidence in non-store ...

Homeshopping in South Africa

Homeshopping in South Africa

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • March 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping recorded a positive performance in South Africa during 2015 as current value sales increased by 5% over the course of the year. The increasing penetration of internet connections in South ...

Homeshopping in Saudi Arabia

Homeshopping in Saudi Arabia

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • February 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping is seeing intense competition from store-based retailing, which is growing at a rapid pace. Whereas leading players such as Citruss TV enjoy healthy margins and continue to introduce new products ...

Homeshopping in Sweden

Homeshopping in Sweden

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • February 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping was predominantly characterised by one main trend throughout the review period – continuing decline due to the migration of consumers from homeshopping to internet retailing. However, despite ...

Homeshopping in Belgium

Homeshopping in Belgium

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • February 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping continues to suffer strongly from the competition it faces from internet retailing. As Belgian consumers become increasingly confident about buying goods and paying for them online, several ...

Homeshopping in Ecuador

Homeshopping in Ecuador

  • $ 992
  • Industry report
  • February 2016
  • by Euromonitor International

Homeshopping in Ecuador was seriously affected by customs duties to imports imposed by the government at the beginning of 2015. The majority of products sold in homeshopping are imported due to their specific ...

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