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  • Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2014: In the hands of the consumer
    Focusing on four broad categories of luxury goods, this report identifies the 75 largest luxury goods companies around the world, and examines the trends shaping the sector.
  • Untapped or tapped out? Southeast Asia Beverage Sector Outlook
    Southeast Asia is at an inflection point. This potential has not escaped the attention of the world’s leading beverage companies and recent years have seen significant investments in the region, both in the alcoholic and non-alcoholic segments.
  • Deloitte Consumer Insights: Intercepting consumer behaviour shifts in Indonesia
    Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and the largest consumer market in Southeast Asia. Understanding the Indonesian consumer, their needs and preferences, will be imperative to harness the opportunities in the market.
  • Connecting with today’s consumer: Building brand value
    Consumers are increasingly expecting to engage with brands in a more experiential way that resonates with their personal values. As a result, direct sales routes to consumers are growing fast for consumer products businesses, whether via dedicated physical retail stores or remote sales channels.
  • China's consumer markets: A closing window of opportunity
    If you sell to consumers, you understand the problem. While those catering to the wealthiest silver of transnational consumers have continued to prosper to varying extents, most consumer markets around the world have remained in the doldrums since the onset of the global financial crisis. That is, except for those in China.
  • The rising tide: Are you ready to ride the next wave?
    In this publication, we examine the five megatrends that are directly impacting the Southeast Asia consumer products and retail sectors, followed by specific country snapshots of the more vibrant retail economies of Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam.
  • Consumer business in Myanmar: A land of gold
    From an investment perspective, Myanmar is in a strong position with its rich natural resources, a large youthful population, excellent geographical location and a determined government that is willing to embrace economic and political change.
  • Global Powers of Retailing 2013 – Retailing beyond
    As consumers seek an integrated shopping experience across channels – and in some cases across geographies – retailers are being put to the test. How can they find a path to success that not only addresses the needs of their customers today, but is also flexible enough to continually evolve with rapidly evolving customer interest and expectations?
  • Sustainability for Consumer Business Companies: A story of growth
    Consumer Business companies will be increasingly forced to operate in a resource-constrained, climate-impacted world, where embracing sustainability as a core business strategy and value is a prerequisite for survival and success.
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