Household sizes are rapidly changing worldwide, creating new consumer trends and changing the behaviour patterns of household dwellers. Households are contracting in terms of inhabitants but growing in terms of room numbers, thereby offering more floorspace for lifestyle choices. The long-term effect is growing numbers of single-person, childless and elderly households, creating opportunities in recreation, healthcare and labour. The downside is the contraction of lucrative family markets.
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The Drivers and Opportunities of Changing Household Size Euromonitor International October 2016 Introduction Persons Per Home in Decline Household Room Size Expands Opportunities Conclusion
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• Apr 2017
The habits, preferences and attitudes of global consumers directly shape their goals and priorities and have an enormous impact on the products and services they decide to buy and use in their everyday lives. Understanding trends in consumer lifestyles is essential for companies as they shape their product development, marketing, and long-term...