Online growth from 2016 to 2021 is forecast at 42%, driven by the high growth of the Clothing and footwear sector's growth of 71.9%, this sector continues to dominate the online channel aided by retailers' ongoing investment in newness and pers ..."
The UK watches and jewellery market is forecast to grow by 13.1% in the five years to 2021, outpacing the 10.2% growth in the preceding five year period. However, it is worth noting that when excluding the watches category, the market is growin ..."
BMI View: The landmark referendum decision to exit the EU has led to a re-assessment of our household
spending forecasts over the next five years. We have downgraded our forecasts for the 2016-2020 period
and now expect growth in household spending in sterling terms o ..."
The UK value clothing market will grow by £3.2bn in the five years to 2021 - equating to 23.6% growth on 2016, with menswear driving the market and outperforming womenswear. As male interest in fashion and personal appearance builds and r ..."
"The Future of Retailing in the UK to 2020" is based upon an extensive, cross-country, industry research program which brings together Verdict Retail's research, modeling, and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data ..."
BMI View: The outlook for the UK economy over 2016 remains stronger than for the rest of the eurozone.
Lower oil prices continue to drive consumer spending. However, there are two developments which are
likely to substantially affect the retail sector over the year. F ..."
The returns market will grow by 50.1% to £5.2bn in 2020, equating to 8.3% of the online market.
Clothing and footwear accounted for 61.3% of the online returns market in 2015, and is forecast to grow by 64.5% in the five years to ..."
Inflation will start to ease as demand, and production, of heavily used palm oil and more sustainable oils level out.
As the economy improves, premium and discretionary shifts in spend will fuel growth in cosmetics and skincare, leading ..."
Decorative DIY is driving growth in the DIY market as customers carry out small DIY projects themselves and get the professionals in for larger, more difficult tasks. It is expected to grow by 13.1% between 2016 and 2021e.
The largest s ..."
The UK clothing market will grow by £3.2bn in the five years to 2021-equating to 23.6% growth on 2016. However volume growth will not reach pre-recession levels until 2019. Retailers will need to overcome unpredictable weather by investin ..."