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Euromonitor International’s “Consumer Lifestyles in Denmark” is now available at ReportsnReports.com.

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  • Consumer Lifestyles in DenmarkAs a result of the economic downturn, consumer expenditure declined. In particular, spending onitems considered non-essential saw significant declines. Consumers decided to postpone ‘big-ticket’purchases of such items as in-home consumer electronics products, appliances and white goods. Whilemany consumers are expected to adhere to aspects of their new frugality, as the Danish economyrecovers over the forecast period, spending levels are nevertheless expected to rise.Euromonitors Consumer Lifestyles in Denmark report analyses factors influencing national consumerexpenditure. Consumer lifestyles reports include coverage of: population, urban development, homeownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, education,eating habits, drinking habits, shopping habits, personal grooming, clothing, leisure habits, savings andinvestments, media, communication, transport and travel and tourism. Use this report to understandthe factors influencing a nations lifestyle choices.Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distributiondata.Why buy this report?* Get a detailed picture of the Denmark Consumer Lifestyles market;* Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;* Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands;* Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.Euromonitor International has over 30 years experience of publishing market research reports,business reference books and online information systems. With offices in London, Chicago, Singapore,Shanghai, Vilnius, Dubai, Cape Town, Santiago and Sydney and a network of over 600 analystsworldwide, Euromonitor International has a unique capability to develop reliable informationresources to help drive informed strategic planning.CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN DENMARKEuromonitor InternationalOctober 2011LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLESStructure of the ReportConsumer TrendsConsumer Confidence Plunges But Now ReboundingAgeing Population Influences Consumer DemandTrend Towards Health and Wellness
  • Demand for Consumer Electronics Remains ResilientE-commerce Becoming A Significant Distribution ChannelConsumer SegmentationBabies and InfantsKidsTweenagersTeensTwenty-somethingsThirty-somethingsMiddle-aged AdultsOlder PopulationTable 1 Consumer Segmentation: 2006-2010Table 2 Consumer Segmentation: 2011-2020PeoplePopulationMarital StatusTown Or CountryTable 3 Population by Age: 2006-2010Table 4 Population by Age: 2011-2020Table 5 Male Population by Age: 2006-2010Table 6 Male Population by Age: 2011-2020Table 7 Female Population by Age: 2006-2010Table 8 Female Population by Age: 2011-2020Table 9 Population by Marital Status: 2006-2010Table 10 Population by Marital Status: 2011-2020Table 11 Marriage and Divorce Rates/Average Age at First Marriage: 2006-2010Table 12 Population by Urban/Rural Location and Population Density: 2006-2010Table 13 Population by Urban/Rural Location and Population Density: 2011-2020Table 14 Population by Major Cities: 2006-2010Table 15 Population by Major Cities: 2011-2020House and HomeHouseholds by Annual Disposable IncomeHouseholds by Number of OccupantsSingle-person HouseholdsCouples Without ChildrenCouples With ChildrenSingle-parent FamiliesTable Annual Disposable Income per Household (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 17 Annual Disposable Income per Household (Constant Value): 2006-2010Table 18 Annual Disposable Income per Household (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020Table 19 Households by Number of Persons: 2006-2010Table 20 Households by Number of Persons: 2011-2020Table 21 Households by Type: 2006-2010Table 22 Households by Type: 2011-2015Home OwnershipRunning Costs
  • Shopping for Household GoodsPossession of Household DurablesDIY and GardeningPet OwnershipTable 23 Households by Tenure: 2006-2010Table 24 Households by Tenure: 2011-2020Table 25 Households by Type of Dwelling: 2006-2010Table 26 Households by Type of Dwelling: 2011-2015Table 27 Running Costs: 2006-2010Table 28 Possession of Household Durables: 2006-2010Table 29 Possession of Household Durables: 2011-2020Table 30 Pet Population: 2006-2010IncomeAverage IncomeAverage Income by AgeTable 31 Annual Gross and Disposable Income (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 32 Annual Gross and Disposable Income (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 33 Annual Gross and Disposable Income (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020Table 34 Average Annual Gross Income by Age (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 35 Average Annual Gross Income by Age (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Consumer ExpenditureLiving CostsTable 36 Consumer Expenditure by Broad Category (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 37 Consumer Expenditure by Broad Category (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 38 Consumer Expenditure by Broad Category (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020WorkWorking ConditionsCommutingWorking WomenAlternative Work OptionsRetirementTable 39 Employed Population: 2006-2010Table 40 Employed Population: 2011-2020Table 41 Unemployed Population: 2006-2010Table 42 Unemployed Population: 2011-2020LearningSchool LifeUniversity LifeAdult LearningTable 43 School Students: 2006-2010Table 44 Graduates: 2006-2010Table 45 Higher Education Students: 2006-2010Eating (including Soft Drinks)Shopping for Food and DrinksDining inDining Out
  • Café CultureTable 46 Consumer Expenditure on Food (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 47 Consumer Expenditure on Food (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 48 Consumer Expenditure on Food (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020Table 49 Consumer Expenditure on Non-Alcoholic Beverages (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 50 Consumer Expenditure on Non-Alcoholic Beverages (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 51 Consumer Expenditure on Non-Alcoholic Beverages (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020Table 52 Consumer Foodservice by Type (Current Value): 2005-2009Table 53 Consumer Foodservice by Type (Constant 2009 Value): 2005-2009DrinkingDrinking HabitsShopping for Alcoholic BeveragesTable 54 Consumer Expenditure on Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 55 Consumer Expenditure on Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 56 Consumer Expenditure on Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020SmokingSmoking HabitsShopping for Cigarettes and TobaccoTable 57 Smoking Prevalence: 2006-2010Personal AppearanceShopping for Toiletries and CosmeticsAttitudes Towards Hair and BeautyTable 58 Expenditure on Cosmetics and Toiletries (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 59 Expenditure on Cosmetics and Toiletries (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010FashionFashion TrendsShopping for Clothes, Shoes and Luxury GoodsTable 60 Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 61 Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 62 Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020Health and WellnessHealthcareHealth and Well-beingSport and FitnessNutritionHome Medication and VitaminsTable 63 Health Expenditure: 2006-2010Table 64 Healthy Life Expectancy at Birth: 2006-2010Table 65 Obese and Overweight Population: 2006-2010Table 66 Consumer Expenditure on Health and Wellness (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 67 Consumer Expenditure on Health and Wellness (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Leisure and RecreationStaying inGoing OutPublic Holidays, Celebrations and Gift-giving OccasionsCulture
  • HolidaysTable 68 Household Possession of Cable TV and Satellite TV: 2006-2010Table 69 Household Possession of Cable TV and Satellite TV: 2011-2020Table 70 Cinema Attendances: 2006-2010Table 71 Consumer Expenditure on Package Holidays (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 72 Consumer Expenditure on Package Holidays (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 73 Consumer Expenditure on Package Holidays (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020Consumer TechnologyIn-home TechnologyPortable TechnologyE-commerce and M-commerceTable 74 Household Possession of Broadband Internet-Enabled Computers, DVD Players and VideoGame Consoles: 2006-2010Table 75 Household Possession of Broadband Internet-Enabled Computers, DVD Players and VideoGame Consoles: 2011-2020Table 76 Household Possession of Mobile Telephones and Mobile Telephone Calls: 2006-2010Table 77 Household Possession of Mobile Telephones and Mobile Telephone Calls: 2011-2020Table 78 Internet Retailing (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 79 Internet Retailing (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010TransportGetting AroundAir TravelTable 80 Household Possession of Passenger Vehicles: 2006-2010Table 83 Household Possession of Passenger Vehicles: 2011-2020Table 82 Consumer Expenditure on Transport Services (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 83 Consumer Expenditure on Transport Services (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 84 Consumer Expenditure on Transport Services (Constant 2010 Value): 2011-2020MoneySavingsLoans and MortgagesCreditTable 85 Consumer Loans, Mortgages and Credit (Current Value): 2006-2010Table 86 Consumer Loans, Mortgages and Credit (Constant 2010 Value): 2006-2010Table 87 Financial Cards in Circulation: 2006-2010Latest Research Reports:  Tradjenta (Type 2 Diabetes) – Analysis and Forecasts to 2020  North American Hosted Contact Center Markets  China Healthcare Reform and Its Impact on IVD, Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Markets  Analysis of the Air Compressors Market and its Scope for Expansion  World Windows & Doors
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