UK Retail Market Forecasts & Sector Summaries to 2015
UK Retail Forecasts & Sector Summaries to 2015With average growth of just 1.9% to 2015, only the strong will survive. Non-food sectorsare particularly hard hit as consumers focus on essentials and cut back on big ticket anddiscretionary spend. Non-food will lose 2.7% points in retail spending.There is a major change in space as online takes yet more share of spend - particularly insectors where digital delivery replaces physical product. Though online growth is slowing itwill account for nearly 14.0% of all spending by 2015.Pent up demand and an uplift in the housing market will help home related sectors recoverfrom 2013 onwards, but coming from a much reduced base the recovery will be slow.Request a Sample for or Inquire before buying the report UK Retail MarketUK Retail Forecasts & Sector Summaries to 2015 provides updated and comprehensive dataon the performance of the UK retail sector and nine major individual sub-sectors. Itforecasts annual market size, growth rates and drivers, and explains the key trends andissues that retailers face as the economy and consumers face more austerity.Features and benefits Produce effective strategic plans with these updated and comprehensive forecasts for all the major retail sectors Ensure investment is targeted at the most productive sectors and channels and maximise store potential and profitability Benchmark your business against market metrics and highlight risks and opportunitiesMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:OVERVIEWEXECUTIVE SUMMARYRETAIL SUMMARYLow growth will challenge all retailers over the next five years¦Non-food will be the main casualty, losing 2.7 points in share of retail spending;An improvement in the housing market will help non-food from 2013, but deflation willreturn as competition heats up;Food & grocery will win share helped by inflation throughout the period;Sectors relating to personal wellbeing will continue to grow the fastest;Online will continue to outperform, accounting for nearly 14.0% of spend in 2015;Retailers are reducing physical space, enlarging average store size and improving salesdensities to remain viable.
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