8 reports

Luxury Leather Goods in South Africa

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumers of luxury leather goods in South Africa continue to align their product preferences with global trends. Whilst these trends influence volume growth, many consumers also continue to identify higher quality and durability as factors in their product choice.Euromonitor International's Luxury Leather Goods in South Africa report...

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Feb 2016

Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care in South Africa

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Super premium beauty and personal care continues to be dominated by international brands. As South Africans remain aspirational, many are driven by conspicuous spending, whilst trying to stand out in their respective communities. As a result, these leading brands capitalise on this through the continuous development of products which stand...

550 627 413
Feb 2016

Luxury Electronic Gadgets in South Africa

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury mobile phones include features such as titanium/platinum bodies, leather covers, diamond/sapphire embellishments and other services, such as a five-star rated Concierge service. As luxury mobile phones have unit prices exceeding R100,000, they are usually beyond the reach of most South African citizens. Such a distinction has been a...

550 627 413
Feb 2016

Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in South Africa

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury writing instruments are generally sold as complementary products, which are necessary for luxury retailers to stock. The leading luxury boutiques across the country continue to stock such products as part of their ranges of products in their respective retail outlets.Euromonitor International's Luxury Writing Instruments and...

550 627 413
Feb 2016

Luxury Jewellery and Timepieces in South Africa

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury jewellery and timepieces continued to be dominated by international brands in 2015. International visitors to South Africa remain an important part of the luxury jewellery category. This is mainly due to cheaper unit prices for jewellery as a direct result of VAT rebates which visitors can claim back on their departure from the country....

550 627 413
Feb 2016

Luxury Accessories in South Africa

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

One key success factor for various global brands has been to exclusively distribute their products without the use of third-party retailers. Luxury retailers such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Mont Blanc are typical examples of retailers which have managed to succeed despite distribution being limited to their own stores, which are present in...

550 627 413
Feb 2016

Luxury Goods Retailing in Middle East and Africa, 2014-2019

72 pages • By Conlumino

SummaryLuxury goods retail sales in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) are expected to remain strong, growing at a CAGR of 7.2% during the forecast period. The rising middle class population, surging purchasing power, better educated young millennials, and government initiatives to boost tourism are driving growth in the region. New...

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Sep 2015

Luxury Travel Goods in South Africa

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumers of luxury goods in South Africa continue to align their product preferences with global trends in terms of luxury travel goods. Whilst the trends influence volume growth, many consumers continue to demand higher quality and durability among the qualifying factors in their product choice. One way to assure consumers of uncompromised...

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Feb 2015