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Consumer Goods

Found Total : 540 Reports
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Kansai Plascon Africa Ltd in Home and Garden (South Africa)

Kansai Plascon Africa Ltdís strategic direction is focused on continuing to develop and improve products, communication, services and in-store promotional activities to ensure that the companyís Plascon brand continues to build equity. As a subsidiary of Japanese company Kansai Paint, the Plascon brand is expected to continue benefitting from the s
Jun, 2015 USD $572.00
Massmart Holdings Ltd in Home and Garden (South Africa)

Massmart†has been on an expansion drive since its acquisition by US retail giant Wal-Mart in June 2011, which helped to boost the strength of†Massmartís supply chain in South Africa. Massmartís aggressive growth strategy is focused on investment in the supply chain, food retailing, product diversification and footprint expansion. Massmartís four di
Jun, 2015 USD $572.00
Commercial & Domestic Appliance Co (CADAC) in Home and Garden (South Africa)

Commercial & Domestic Appliance Coís (CADAC) strategic direction is centred on offering consumers quality durable and convenient products. Many consumers in South Africa do not have the income to travel overseas for holidays. As a result, many are likely to opt for domestic holidays during the forecast period, in response to currency instability. T
Jun, 2015 USD $572.00
Womenswear in South Africa

Retailers across South Africa again exploited the effectiveness of sales promotions on clothing items in a category where consumer spending continued to shrink due to the ever increasing cost of living. Despite economic challenges restricting spending, volume sales for womenswear continued to record upward growth, which tended to be driven by relat
Jun, 2015 USD $990.00
Footwear in South Africa

South Africa continued to experience a rapid increase in the general cost of living in 2014, driven by rising electricity and fuel costs. Consumer disposable income declined as a result. A popular way among consumers to manage the situation was to curb their spending on items considered to be non-essential. Consequently, there was a general increas
Jun, 2015 USD $990.00
Hosiery in South Africa

Demand for hosiery continued to be driven by the need to use the products rather than the price of the product itself. This was mainly relevant to the non-sheer hosiery category where socks continued to witness growth despite the escalating cost of living restricting consumer spending. The low unit price attached to most hosiery products sold in So
Jun, 2015 USD $990.00
Jeans in South Africa

The South African jeans category continued to be driven by highly aspirational consumers. Many consumers purchased goods that they could not necessarily afford. The growth of izikhotane within townships throughout South Africa reflected this. Izikhotane refers to the practice of young South Africans showing off their success by wearing prestigious
Jun, 2015 USD $990.00
Mr Price Group Ltd in Apparel and Footwear (South Africa)

Mr Price Group aims to remain a value-for-money retailer through selling products at low prices with smaller margins but rapid turns. This business model has allowed the group to reach out to cash consumers in a market currently characterised by high consumer debt levels.Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefing
Jun, 2015 USD $572.00
Sportswear in South Africa

International brands continued to characterise South African sportswear with very few local brands competing for share. International brands remained successful as South Africans generally perceived foreign brands to be superior, especially if they are from overseas markets and they often need less justification to pay a premium for these products.
Jun, 2015 USD $990.00
Truworths Group Pty Ltd in Apparel and Footwear (South Africa)

Truworths is expected to become more cautious in its offer of consumer credit in the forecast period, due to non-performing loans hitting its earnings badly in 2013. Its fiscal year 2014 notably witnessed a slow but steady shift from credit to cash sales. The company's strategy for the forecast period will also meanwhile be shaped by a change in ma
Jun, 2015 USD $572.00
Menswear in South Africa

South Africans increasingly embraced global fashion trends as they filtered through to the continent. This affected all apparel categories for both male and female consumers. An increase in the number of male consumers embracing metro-sexual fashion trends was one indicator of how the fashion market was transforming in South Africa. Fashion magazin
Jun, 2015 USD $990.00
Cotton Wool/Buds/Pads in South Africa

Cotton wool/buds/pads continues to enjoy strong demand from South African consumers as a result of the affordable prices charged for these products. Strong demand in the category can also be attributed to the widening distribution of economy brands, coupled with the increasing expansion of private label products, which has influenced the leading

May, 2015 USD $990.00
Sets/Kits in South Africa

Fragrances, bath and shower, skin care and colour cosmetics continued to drive the positive performance of sets/kits in 2014. The increasing demand by consumers for value for money and added-value products continued to drive manufacturers to offer products which cater to such demands. Grouped products tend to retail at a lower average unit price

May, 2015 USD $990.00
Universal Paper & Plastics in Tissue and Hygiene (South Africa)

Universal Paper & Plastics prides itself on offering high-quality premium products in a variety of forms. As part of the companyís strategic direction, Universal Paper & Plastics is expected to continue strengthening its business relationships with businesses, horeca operators and governmental organisations by tailoring its product range to meet

May, 2015 USD $572.00
Tiger Consumer Brands Ltd in Beauty and Personal Care (South Africa)

Tiger Consumer Brands is one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of fmcg in South Africa. Its portfolio of brands includes leading food, home care, personal care and baby care products. The company plans to grow its business via continuous expansion into new markets, primarily on the rest of the African continent, through both acquisition

May, 2015 USD $572.00