Research Report - DIY Retailing Market in Germany - May 2014

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German shoppers turn first to a DIY superstore, well ahead of those turning first to the internet or to a high-street store. Four in ten Germans have done DIY in the past year and a similar proportion plan to do DIY in the coming year.

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Research Report - DIY Retailing Market in Germany - May 2014

  1. 1. DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2014 This report looks at DIY retailing in Germany: Four in ten Germans have done DIY in the past year and a similar proportion plan to do DIY in the coming year. Doing DIY peaks in the 45-54 age group. Nearly half of Germans live in rented homes. German shoppers turn first to a DIY superstore, well ahead of those turning first to the internet or to a high-street store. Those turning to high-street stores are notably younger than the average. table Of Content introduction And Report Scope defining Diy definitions consumer Spending – About Mintel’s Market Size retail Sector financial Definitions sales Per Stores, Sales Per Sq M vat figure 1: European Vat Rates, 2011-14 abbreviations country Codes executive Summary the Market the Specialists Sector the Leading Specialists online the Consumer: Where They Shop the Consumer: Attitudes Towards Diy what We Think consumer Spending And Inflation key Points mintel Market Size: Improvement In Spending Expected In 2014 figure 2: Germany: Diy Products – The Mintel Market Size (incl. Vat), 2009-14 figure 3: Germany: Diy Products Market Size Breakdown, 2013 spending Breakdown figure 4: Germany: Consumer Spending In Detail (incl. Vat), 2009-14 mintel’s Market Size inflation figure 5: Consumer Prices Index: Annual % Change, Diy Categories, Annual, 2009-13 specialists’ Sales And Forecasts key Points 2013 Weak, 2014 Better figure 6: Germany: Diy Retail Sales (excl. Vat), 2009-14 figure 7: Germany: Diy Retail Sales Forecasts (excl. Vat), 2014-18 enterprise, Outlet And Employee Numbers figure 8: Germany: Number Of Enterprises, Outlets And Persons Employed (full-time Equivalents) In The Diy/hardware Specialists Sector, 2009-11 the Leading Specialists: Financials And Outlets key Points DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2014
  2. 2. praktiker Closes Down a Weak 2013 But Share Is There To Mop Up store Acquisitions competing On Similar Ground new Entrants online Needs To Be Addressed figure 9: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists: Net Revenues, 2011-13 figure 10: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists: Outlet Numbers, 2011-13 figure 11: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists: Annual Sales Per Outlet, 2011-13 internationalisation Continues figure 12: Germany: Leading Diy Retailers’ International Store Portfolios, 2010-14 praktiker’s International Portfolio the Leading Specialists: Market Shares figure 13: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists: Share Of Spending On Diy Products, 2011-13 online key Points 22% Buy On The Internet figure 14: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Online, February 2014 but Specialists Have Been Slow To Move Online figure 15: Germany: Major Diy Specialists: Year Transactional Websites Were Launched In The German Market online Visitor Numbers figure 16: Visitor Data For Major Diy Retail Websites, February 2014 the Consumer: Where They Shop key Points what We Asked obi Records A Very Strong Lead figure 17: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, February 2014 online And Offline figure 18: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, By In-store Or Online, February 2014 2014 Versus 2013 figure 19: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, March 2013 And February 2014 demographics: Diy Shopping Peaks Among 55+ Consumers figure 20: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, By Average Age/affluence, February 2014 figure 21: Germany: The Consumer: Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, By Gender, February 2014 figure 22: Germany: The Consumer: Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, By Age Group, February 2014 focusing On Those Who Actually Do Diy figure 23: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Past 12 Months, Whether In-store Or Online, By Diy Activity In Past 12 Months, February 2014 the Consumer: Attitudes Towards Diy key Points what We Asked only Four In Ten Have Done Diy figure 24: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes Towards Diy, February 2014 renters Still Do Diy demographics: Doing Diy Peaks Among 45-54 Year Olds figure 25: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes Towards Diy – Selected Statements On Participation, By Age Group, February 2014 figure 26: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes Towards Diy – Selected Statements On How They Shop, By Age Group, February 2014 figure 27: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Average Age/affluence, February 2014 bauhaus DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2014
  3. 3. what We Think company Background company Performance figure 28: Bauhaus: Estimated Group Sales Performance, 2008-13 figure 29: Bauhaus: Estimated Sales Performance In Selected Countries, 2013 figure 30: Bauhaus: Outlet Data, 2008-13 retail Offering hagebau what We Think company Background company Performance figure 31: Hagebau: Group Financial Performance, 2008-13 figure 32: Hagebau: Outlet Data, 2008-13 retail Offering hornbach Holding what We Think company Background company Performance figure 33: Hornbach Holding: Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2012/13 figure 34: Hornbach Holding: Outlet Data, 2008/09-2012/13 retail Offering obi what We Think company Background company Performance figure 35: Obi: Group Sales Performance, Excl. Vat, 2008-13 figure 36: Obi: Outlet Data, 2008-2013 retail Offering toom Baumarkt/b1 Discount/klee what We Think company Background company Performance figure 37: Toom Baumarkt/b1 Discount/klee: Group Sales, Exc. Vat, 2009-13 figure 38: Toom Baumarkt/b1 Discount/klee: Outlet Data, 2009-13 retail Offering appendix – Broader Market Environment online figure 39: Europe: Percentage Of Households With A Broadband Internet Connection, By Country, 2009-13 figure 40: Europe: Percentage Of All Individuals Accessing The Internet Daily, 2009-13 consumer Confidence figure 41: Europe: Consumer Confidence Levels, April 2013-march 2014 population figure 42: Europe: Population, Total And By Age Group, 2010 figure 43: Europe: Forecast Population, Total And By Age Group, 2015 figure 44: Europe: Forecast Population, Total And By Age Group, 2015 gross Domestic Product DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2014
  4. 4. figure 45: Europe: Gross Domestic Product, At Current Prices, 2012 figure 46: Europe: Real-terms Year-on-year Gdp Growth, 2009-14 consumer Spending figure 47: Europe: Consumer Spending, At Current Prices, 2012 figure 48: Europe: Real-terms Year-on-year Growth In Consumer Spending, 2009-12 inflation figure 49: Europe: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices – Annual % Change, All Items, 2009-13 interest Rates figure 50: Europe: Central Bank Interest Rates, 2009-14 appendix – The Consumer – Germany where They Shop figure 51: Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods, Germany, February 2014 crossed Questions figure 52: Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods, By Most Popular Attitudes Towards Diy, Germany, February 2014 figure 53: Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods, By Next Most Popular Attitudes Towards Diy, Germany, February 2014 figure 54: Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods, By Other Attitudes Towards Diy, Germany, February 2014 demographics figure 55: Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Any, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 56: Next Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Any, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 57: Other Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Any, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 58: Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – In-store, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 59: Next Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – In-store, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 60: Other Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – In-store, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 61: Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Online, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 62: Next Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Online, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 63: Other Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Online, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 attitudes figure 64: Attitudes Towards Diy, February 2014 crossed Questions figure 65: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Any, Germany, February 2014 figure 66: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Next Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Any, Germany, February 2014 figure 67: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Other Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Any, Germany, February 2014 figure 68: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – In-store, Germany, February 2014 figure 69: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Next Most Popular Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – In-store, Germany, February 2014 figure 70: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Other Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – In-store, Germany, February 2014 figure 71: Attitudes Towards Diy, By Shops Used To Buy Diy Goods – Online, Germany, February 2014 demographics figure 72: Most Popular Attitudes Towards Diy, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 73: Next Most Popular Attitudes Towards Diy, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 figure 74: Other Attitudes Towards Diy, By Demographics, Germany, February 2014 ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2014

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