Colour Cosmetics - Country Reports
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The series is a collection of reports providing data on Colour Cosmetics market by country or region. It includes the overview of each country and the economical/environmental factors influencing the current and future trends in local market. It also covers the industry structures, the company market share, and the profile of major players of local markets worldwide.
Through the use of the excellent industry knowledge, the reports help clients understand the market potentials, measure their opportunity and develop successful strategies.
EXAMPLE Country Report
The following is the table of contents of one selected report in the series and serves as an example of the typical items covered in each country report. Certain sections in each report may be removed or altered based on the availability and relevance of data.
Colour Cosmetics in the United Arab Emirates
Sales of colour cosmetics grew by 7% to reach AED428 million in 2010, although this was a lower growth rate compared to the 11% review period CAGR, which mainly reflected lower volumes as well as small-scale trading down to cheaper brands.
Bourjois led colour cosmetics with a retail value share of 10% in 2010, benefiting from the popularity of Chanel in the premium range and Bourjois in the standard range. The Chanel and Bourjois brands held retail value shares of 6% and 5%, respectively, in 2010, banking on their established customer loyalty and key launches during the year.
Colour cosmetics is expected to post a constant value CAGR of 5% over the forecast period. This rate is similar to but higher than the CAGR achieved over the review period, indicating that colour cosmetics in general is fairly resistant to economic pressures, but also that expected economic recovery in 2011 will sustain growth for the forecast period.