Friday, December 9, 2016

Japanese baby food market showcases a stagnant growth: Ken Research

Ken research announced its recent production on Baby Food in Japan concentrates on offering the bits of knowledge on the Japanese baby food market which further incorporates the scope of the market, the market share of different segments also the macro economic conditions of Japan and how the baby food market has evolved, furthermore it also examines the prospects of this market and their purchasing patterns or attitudes towards the baby food. This production offers the current and forecast behaviour trends in each category to identify the best opportunities to exploit.
Japan and its birth rate
Economic development generally leads to more access to education and employment for women, but household policies and basic anticipations change at a much slower pace. The outcome of such situation turns out to be, the family-work hassle intensifies and women postpone marriage and childbirth or remain childless. This is what Japan is witnessing lately.
“Catastrophe” is one of the adjectives most usually used to explain Japan’s demographic condition: an aging society full of sexless couples having very less or fewer babies. Fertility is below recovered level, births are being postponed. But the situation is not yet that worse.
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Japan has never made it into the “top 10” of nations experiencing the lowest total fertility rates (TFR) which is the average quantity of children a woman bears over her lifetime. And since 2005, when it lowered out at 1.26 births per woman, the TFR has been slowly but steadily growing; although the government is speculating what it hopes is a slight blip a 0.01-point dip for 2015. According to the World Data Bank, in 2013 Japan, with its 1.43 TFR, was doing better than South Korea and Singapore (both 1.19), Hong Kong (1.12) and Germany (1.38).
Despite of the total fertility rate declining, the sales of baby food elevated in 2015
The number of infants has reliably declined in Japan in the course of the most recent 20 years, from 1.2 million in 1990 to less short of what one million in 2015. The rising costs of raising children, especially the expanded costs of education and sustenance, have brought about a developing number of wedded couples choosing to have no child or just a single kid and this is bringing on the quantity of infants to decrease. Despite the fact that sales of baby food are ordinarily impacted by the number of newborn babies rather than economic conditions, current value sales of baby food increased in 2015. An expansion in the number of working mothers lacking the time to prepare less costly baby food elevated sales of prepared baby food in 2015, bringing on an uptick in value sales.
Competitive landscape
Meiji kept up its driving position in child food in Japan in 2015. Meiji is specialized in milk equation, particularly standard milk recipe and follow-on milk equation. The organization's advantage over its rivals is that Meiji's milk equation is the closest to regular mother's milk; Meiji is the main organization that has effectively formulated arachidonic acid, a chemical compound normally contained in mother's milk that encourages development in memory and mindset of infants, in milk recipe. This preferred standpoint, alongside compelling promotional and marketing effort, has helped the organization to build up a solid brand picture among buyers. Besides, Meiji is the creative pioneer in milk equation organizing. The cube-type milk formula it initially propelled in 2007 has for some time been a hit as it satisfies the requirements of occupied mothers by empowering them to make milk all the more rapidly and effectively at home and outside the house.
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Thursday, December 8, 2016

US novel Banking policies to obscure impact on Mexico payment industry: Ken Research

Elevated vulnerability in the wake of the outcome of the US presidential decision
The deficit was cut down by 1.1% of GDP from 2015 to 2016
Ken research announce its recent publication on " Consumer Payments Country Snapshot: Mexico 2016" which concentrates on offering insightful analysis of consumer payments market in Mexico, considering payment cards, online payments, P2P payments and latest payment technologies such as mobile wallets and contactless along with the regulations enforced in the market and how they have evolved. Furthermore, it has explored the online payment market in the UK by payment tool along with its five year future forecast for the development of the market. This report offers an in-depth analysis of the consumer attitudes towards prepaid cards, mobile payment tools, P2P tools and the process of deployment constructed by the companies in Mexico. Learn the latest trends which drive consumer behaviour at the macro level and plan the respective strategies further.
Mexico - Economic forecast
Financial movement has been versatile to sharply bring down oil costs, powerless world trade development and money related policies fixing in the United States. Domestic demand remains the fundamental driver of monetary activity, upheld by late auxiliary changes that have sliced costs to buyers, eminently on power and telecoms services. Development will be kept down in 2017 and 2018, for the most part through venture and buyer confidence, following uncertainties about future US strategy, in spite of the fact that the economy could profit by more grounded import demand from the United States.
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Macroeconomic factors are being fixed. Banco de Mexico raised policy rates to counter inflationary weights and keep expansion expectations secured close to the inflation target and all the more as of late because of elevated vulnerability in the wake of the outcome of the US presidential decision. Keeping in mind the end goal to meet the union way and guarantee debt sustainability, the 2017 budget plan incorporates expenditure cuts, with the goal of coming back to an essential surplus.
The government laid down a consolidation path two years back to lessen the budget deficit by 2 percentage points of GDP more than 4 years. However, there is degree for reallocating expenditures and further constraining tax expenditures to rise spending on projects helpful for comprehensive development for Mexican families – such as child care, wellbeing, poverty reduction, and infrastructure.
Financial activity held back by external factors
Even being hit by major external shocks, the Mexican economy has been versatile. The external environment is a task, with the global economy remaining in a low-growth trap and poor expectations degrading trade, investment, and salaries. Headwinds specific to Mexico incorporate reducing oil prices, which had cut down government receipts, cutbacks in power sector investments, and the heavily depreciating Mexican peso following market expectations of US Federal Reserve fixing, and policy uncertainty in the United States.
The government is on right path to meet its Public Sector Borrowing Requirements (PSBR) deficit target. The deficit was cut down by 1.1% of GDP from 2015 to 2016; however this largely reflected a one-off profit remittance from the central bank. The loss of budget revenue following the eradication of global oil prices posed a threat and an opportunity for Mexico, which it conveniently met by implementing a reform to raise taxes by 3% of GDP since 2014, thereby majorly reducing fiscal dependence on oil.
Certain reforms are needed for the country’s economic and financial growth
  • Misallocation of productive resources,
  • stringent local regulations,
  • weak legal institutions,
  • high rates of corruption
  • Insufficient financial inclusion
  • Eradicating extreme poverty,
  • reducing income inequality and informality,
  • Raising female participation, and encouraging more responsible business practices.
The outlook is linked to external developments
The expansion of the Mexican economy is anticipated to be affected by policy uncertainties in the United States. However, the economy will continue to be accepted by a competitive exchange rate, solid credit expansion, and continual improvements in the labour market included by the government’s structural reforms and the low inflation environment.
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Working Women Population Elevating Infant Formula Market: Ken Research

Ken research has announced its recent publication on Baby Nutrition Insights-Issue 29”aims at offering the bits of knowledge on the global baby nutrition market which further incorporates the scope of the market, the market share of different segments also the macro economic conditions globally and how the baby nutrition market has evolved, furthermore it also examines the prospects of this market and their purchasing patterns or attitudes towards the baby nutrition. The report provides the financial results of the regional as well as international endeavours and an insight into the partnerships as well as the merger and acquisition activity along with it, this publication offers the current and forecast behaviour trends in each category to identify the best opportunities to exploit.
Breastfeeding Vs Formula feed
Choosing whether to breastfeed or formula feed their baby is one of the major decisions new parents as well as an expectant will make.
The renowned health organizations consisting of the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP), the American Medical Association (AMA), and the World Health Organization (WHO), recommends breastfeeding as the best decision for kids. Breastfeeding ensures prevention against infections, fight allergies, and shield against a number of chronic conditions.
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Breastfeeding may not be attainable by all women. For most of them, the decision to breastfeed or formula feed is more or less based on their comfort level, lifestyle or specific medical situations. For those who are not able to breastfeed or who takes a decision of not to, Baby formula is a healthy alternative. Formula offers babies with the nutrients they need to develop and thrive.
Slight evidence that birth rate is rising in China
The single-child policy, although not applying to each and every family, fell China's fertility rate from an anticipated 6 births per woman at the time of the policy implementation, to merely 1 birth per woman in 2015. The recent easing of the single child policy was as an outcome of the country's aging workforce and China's fear that it might lose its competitive edge in the next following decades. According to Asia OneOpens a New W, ,, the number of second children born grew about 6.9% for the first half of 2016 compared to full year 2015. In spite of the fact, that births are elevating, still all the main infant formula manufacturers have reported that demand is majorly slowing, with this specifically pronounced in the mid-priced and premium sectors.
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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Craft Beer is Anticipated to Dominate Beer Market in Australia: Ken Research

Ken research published its recent production on Australia Beer Market Insights Report 2016; In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Beer Market,” which aims at offering the detailed overview of the Australian beer industry structure which further offers a comprehensive insight into past background trends, 2015 performance and 2016 outlook. The production incorporates the shrewd investigation of top line production, import, export and consumption volume data by segment, brand distribution (on-/off premises) from 2005-2015 with forecasts for 2016, details of significant beer new product launches in 2015 by company, overview of the competitive landscape in the beer market with analysis of major companies performance. Data is also available in excel along with the valuable analysis of the drivers behind both current and emerging trends in the beer market.
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Australia is the 6th largest country in the world by area. Being an island nation, it does not share any land borders with any other country and has a coastline of 25,760 km – the largest in the world. The country covers three time zones. Climatically, Australia is generally arid to semiarid; temperate in south and east; and tropical in north. This provides great diversity
Beer sales are generally falling. The lowest level of consumption in last decades. All the recent gloomy headlines portrayed the same thing that Australian beer industry is in terrible health. Although most of the biggest brands were struggling.
Well over 100 microbreweries positioned the landscape from coast to coast with more opening at the end of every month. Likely, specialty beer bars and bottle shops are elevating offering as many as 1000 different varieties from across the globe. And more drinkers, usual young and frequently female, are hunting down beers with names such as Beelzebub’s Jewels and Karma Citra, some in styles that blend brewing customs from several cultures and defend categorisation, and most of these command price tags of $30 and above.
While Australia has customarily been portrayed as a country of beer consumers enjoying a “cold one” at the bar or a barbecue, beer drinking per capita is at a 68-year low, demonstrating this generalization is turning out to be progressively obsolete. The volume of beer sold expanded just marginally in 2015.
COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
Beer in Australia has traditionally been dominated by the duopoly of Lion Pty Ltd and Foster’s Group Pty Ltd; however, the competitive landscape is shifting, largely due to the continued growth of craft beer’s popularity. Lion continued to lead in 2015, with a 40% volume share. Lion benefited from the continued popularity of its XXXX Gold brand, due to the trend towards mid-alcohol beer consumed by middle-aged Australians concerned about their health. Another factor has been Lion’s ability to develop craft beer type brands, such as James Squire and Little Creatures. Whilst not considered craft beer by enthusiasts and purists, due to the large production sizes, they have been eagerly embraced by more mainstream consumers as a gateway to craft beer. Despite these gains, Lion overall, witnessed its share slip by one percentage point in 2015.
Beer in Australia has generally been ruled by the duopoly of Lion Pty Ltd and Foster's Group Pty Ltd; in any case, the aggressive scene is shifting, to a great extent because of the proceeded with growth of craft  beer's prominence. Lion kept on driving in 2015, with a 40% volume share. Lion profited from the proceeded with prominence of its XXXX Gold brand, because of the pattern towards mid-liquor beer devoured by moderately aged Australians worried about their wellbeing. Another element has been Lion's capacity to create make beer sort brands, for example, James Squire and Little Creatures. While not considered specialty brew by devotees and idealists, because of the substantial creation sizes, they have been energetically grasped by more standard buyers as an entryway to art lager. Regardless of these increases, Lion in general, saw its share sneak past one rate point in 2015.
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Partnerships with Large Automotive Brands Booming the Allianz Group Car Insurance: Ken Research

Bajaj Allianz general insurance tie up with Canara bank
Allianz's solid execution in commercial car insurance.
Allianz offers business and individual insurance dispersed through representatives, retailers, affinity accomplices and direct marketing.
Ken research announced latest publication on Insurance Competitor Profile: Allianz 2016 offers insight on Allianz and its UK business with a shrewd investigation on its structure, its performance in both the commercial and personal lines market and also on its strategies pursued for the marketing and distribution. This report serves a lot of purpose including Allianz's key commercial partnerships, their strengths and weaknesses as well as the opportunities and threats which will be faced by the company going forward. All individual seeking information about Allianz's organizational structure includes its core business segments and also its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats which Allianz is going to witness going forward.
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Allianz works as a worldwide insurer on practically every mainland. They have profound roots in their home market: Western, Northern and Southern Europe. In Central and Eastern Europe and Asia Pacific, Allianz is one of the main worldwide insurance agencies. With various accentuations they are available in America and Africa. They work in almost every sort of insurances such as private insurance, business insurance, asset management, global lines of business, global services and assistance and also provide sustainable solutions.
Canara Bank and Bajaj Allianz General Insurance today consented to a corporate office arrangement for dissemination of Bajaj Allianz's general insurance products through Canara Bank's system of 5,920 branches across the country. Under the vital understanding, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance will offer its industry driving general insurance products to the clients of Canara Bank, Bajaj Allianz said. The association plans to give upgraded client experience by leveraging innovation to increase the thorough scope of third party products and services circulated by the Bank.
Allianz Group is an incorporated finance related service supplier with a worldwide reach of more than 70 nations. It is the market-driving insurer in Germany, furthermore has a solid nearness in France, Italy, the US, and the UK. Allianz Insurance is the UK branch of Allianz Group, and it offers business and individual insurance dispersed through representatives, retailers, affinity accomplices, veterinary practices, and direct promoting.
Allianz's methodology is focused and stagnant. Its own lines serve numerous market sections through various brands, while monetarily Allianz predominantly concentrates on its worldwide, corporate picture.
Allianz's strong performance in commercial car insurance is largely down to established commercial partnerships with large automotive brands.
Allianz's solid execution in business auto protection is to a great extent down to built up business organizations with vast car brands.
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Retailing in South Korea is expected to Witness growth Led by Non-store Retailing: Ken Research

Ken Research declared its recent production on, " Retailing in South Korea-Market Summary & Forecasts to 2020", offer bits of knowledge on the changing trends and key issues inside the South Korea Retail market. The production incorporates a shrewd investigation of the most recent trends in retail consumer shopping, covering the components driving retail shopping, customer insights, market trends and reviews of the most recent best practice in retail site design. It likewise provides information to forecast and historic retail sales, furthermore incorporates data on the business environment and country risk related to South Korea's polish retail environment.  In addition, it has comprehensive knowledge on fastest growing product categories and also on the key international and domestic players operating in the Polish retail market-including store counts and revenue. Retail sales and fastest-growing product categories have covered 26 product categories including footwear, clothing, books, news and stationary, electrical and electronics, food, health and beauty, furniture, sports and leisure equipments. This report will guide to explore the novel opportunities and align the marketing strategies with the latest trends influencing consumer behaviour.


The South Korea’s economy is the fourth largest in Asia and eleventh largest across the globe. South Korea is highly known for its magnificent rise in just one generation from one of the poorest countries on the planet to a highly developed with high income country. South Korea's thorough education framework and the foundation of an exceptionally motivated and educated people are largely in charge of impelling the nation's high innovation boom and fast economic development. Having no natural resources and continually experiencing overpopulation in its little region, which dissuaded continued populace development and the formulation of a vast inside customer market, South Korea adjusted an export oriented economic methodology to fuel its economy, and in 2014, South Korea was the seventh biggest exporter and seventh biggest shipper on the planet. Bank of Korea and Korea Development Institute occasionally discharge major economic indicators and economic patterns of the economy of South Korea.
General retailing demonstrated a positive execution in 2015. However, store-based retailing demonstrated a slower development rate, because of the late monetary downturn in South Korea. The spread of MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome), serious dry spell and abroad budgetary default amid the primary portion of 2015 created financial stagnation in South Korea. Store-based retailing was influenced more than non-store retailing. Buyers attempted to cut their spending on groceries, driving the classification to see moderate development. In any case, because of the critical increment in mobile retailing, non-store retailing expanded more than in past year.
In grocery retailers just convenience stores demonstrated a solid execution in 2015, as there was a critical increment popular from single-individual family units in South Korea. As shoppers were exceptionally wary even in their purchases of daily essentials and groceries in 2015, grocery retailers experienced moderate development. In the interim, non-grocery need experts demonstrated a superior execution than in the past three years. In spite of the fact that non-staple experts contend straightforwardly with web retailing, a few channels indicated solid exhibitions amid 2015, because of their forceful advertising exercises.
Topics Covered in the Report
·         Global retailing trends
·         Global retail industry
·         South Korea retail trends
·         Retailing in South Korea
·         South Korea Retail industry forecast
·         South Korea Premium Retail Industry
·         South Korea Food and Grocery Retail Industry
·         South Korea online Apparel industry revenue
·         South Korea Consumer Goods Retail Sector
·         Online Retail Industry Future in South Korea
·         E-commerce Market Regulations South Korea
·         South Korea Ecommerce Retail Market Size
·         South Korea online retail industry
·         Global Retail Industry Research report
·         South Korea E-commerce Sector
·         Online Clothing and Footwear Market research
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Baba’s Business Booming Sector : Ken Research

Yoga guru, Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved Ltd (PAL), which started as a small pharmacy, is now a serious contender in the FMCG race, with its revenue increasing at a CAGR of 65.7% during FY’2010-FY’2015, as per a report by market research fi rm, Ken Research.


“PAL’s competitors have received its entry in good health as they believe that the revival of their ‘Herbal Trend’ could help them reap higher profi ts by increasing sales in this segment. Competing brands have expressed that their products will not compete with PAL as the latter has helped in expanding the market,” says Supriya Goel, Director, Research and Operations, Ken Research.
PAL has expanded to sell the full range of consumer categories, from edible oils, biscuits and noodles to toothpaste, hair and skin care products, groceries and even detergent. The fi rm has 3 manufacturing plants located in Haridwar for production and sale of products, as well as, a network of 1,78,000 retail outlets across the country. With an estimated customer base in the neighbourhood 70 mn people, PAL’s product lines have been devised to appeal to both rural and urban populations.
The company’s current revenue represents only the tip of the iceberg, as Patanjali’s products are only reaching 0.2 mn kirana (mom and pop grocery store) stores, whereas 90% of FMCG products are sold through kirana stores across the country. Having laid a strong foundation in FMCG, PAL is now geared to hoist its fl ag in other natural subsegments.
The company intends to sell liquid milk and is focusing on six sectors—natural medicine, natural food, natural cosmetics, dairy products, cattle feed and natural manure. The company intends to reach a target of Rs 10,000 crore by 2017.
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