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Households faced with the addition of new subsidies on their energy bills provide a market for DIY retailers to tap. Energy-saving products and services, such as home insulation, smart meters and ...

Households faced with the addition of new subsidies on their energy bills provide a market for DIY retailers to tap. Energy-saving products and services, such as home insulation, smart meters and energy-saving advice, can be bundled and marketed by DIY retailers.

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  • DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013Households faced with the addition of new subsidies on their energy bills provide a market for DIY retailersto tap. Energy-saving products and services, such as home insulation, smart meters and energy-saving advice,can be bundled and marketed by DIY retailers.This report series covers the 19 leading economies of Europe. In total these countries account for around 95%of all European retail sales, excluding Russia. The focus of the report is the DIY superstores, because these arenow the dominant players in the sector. In many markets, core DIY – paint, wallpaper, screws, toolsetc. – is now a small part of the DIY sector proposition. Many of the large European DIY retailers arebroad-range home-improvement stores with substantial gardening ranges.table Of Contentexecutive Summarywhat We Thinkreport Scope And Technical Notesdefining Diynew Format, New Contentdefinitionsconsumer Spending – About Mintel’s Market Sizeretail Sectorfinancial Definitionssales Per Stores, Sales Per Sq Mvatfigure 1: European Vat Rates, 2010-13abbreviationscountry Codesfigure 2: List Of Country Codesspending And Inflationkey Pointsmintel’s Market Size: Spending Growth Slowsfigure 3: Germany: Mintel’s Estimated Diy Market Size (incl. Vat), 2008-12figure 4: Germany: Breakdown By Product Category Of Mintel’s Diy Market Size, 2012figure 5: Germany: Spending On Diy-related Goods Per Capita (incl. Vat), 2008-12spending Breakdown: Gardening Hit In 2012DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013
  • figure 6: Germany: Consumer Spending (incl. Vat), 2008-12inflationfigure 7: Germany: Harmonised Index Of Consumer Prices: Annual % Change, Sep 2012-feb 2013volatile Energy Prices Provide Opportunities?figure 8: Germany: Harmonised Indices Of Consumer Prices, Annual % Change, January 2011-march 2013channels Of Distributionkey Pointsspecialists Dominatefigure 9: Germany: Estimated Distribution Of Spending On Diy-related Goods, 2012figure 10: Germany: Lidl.de’s Diy Homepage, April 2013figure 11: Germany: Otto.de’s Diy Homepage, April 2013specialists’ Share Of Spendingfigure 12: Germany: Diy Specialists Sector Sales As Percentage Of Mintel’s Diy Market Size,2008-12sector Size And Forecastkey Pointseconomic Outlookfigure 13: Germany: Consumer Confidence Levels, May 2012-april 2013figure 14: Germany: Gdp Growth: Quarter-on-quarter, Real Terms, Q1 2011-q4 2012specialists’ Sales And Forecastsfigure 15: Germany: Retail Sales, Excl. Vat, 2008-13figure 16: Retail Sales Forecasts, Excl. Vat, 2014-18enterprise, Outlet And Employee Numbersfigure 17: Germany: Number Of Enterprises, Outlets And Persons Employed (full-time Equivalents) In TheDiy/hardware Specialists Sector, 2008-10leading Specialists – Financials And Outletskey Pointsheavily Internationalisedfigure 18: Germany: Leading Diy Retailers’ International Store Portfolios, 2010-12rewarding Qualitycompeting On Similar Propositionsgaining From Trademultichannel Movesbuilding Scalefigure 19: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists, Net Revenues, 2010-12figure 20: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists, Outlet Numbers, 2010-12figure 21: Germany: Leading Diy Specialists, Annual Sales Per Outlet, 2010-12DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013
  • leading Specialists – Market Sharesfigure 22: Leading Diy Specialists’ Market Shares, 2010-12onlinekey Pointsonline Sales Remain Tinyfigure 23: Germany: Percentage Of All Individuals Having Purchased Online, 2008-12the Consumer: Where They Buy Onlinefigure 24: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Diy Goods Have Been Purchased From Online In The Past 12Months, Most Popular Retailers, March 2013the Consumer – Where They Shopkey Pointswhat We Askedspecialists Still Dominatefigure 25: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, WhetherInstore Or Online, March 2013figure 26: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By InstoreAnd Online, March 2013figure 27: Germany: The Consumer: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12months, Whether Instore Or Online, By Average Age And Affluence, March 2013the Consumer – Attitudes To Diy Shoppingkey Pointswhat We Askeddiy Gets Done Even If Only Because It Has Tofigure 28: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, March 2013figure 29: The Consumer: Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, By Average Age And Affluence,March 2013figure 30: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, By Gender, March 2013the Consumer – Attitudes To Browsing And Buying Onlinekey Pointswhat We Askedopportunities To Be Tapped In Multichannel Browsingfigure 31: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes To Browsing And Shopping For Diy Goods Online, March2013DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013
  • figure 32: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes To Browsing And Shopping For Diy Goods Online, ByAverage Age And Affluence, March 2013figure 33: Germany: The Consumer: Attitudes To Browsing And Shopping For Diy Goods Online, ByGender, March 2013bauhauswhat We Thinklarge Stores And Huge Offer Key To Successcontinuing To Expand Despite Economic Climateonline A Weaknesscompany Backgroundcompany Performancefigure 34: Bauhaus: Estimated Group Sales Performance, 2008-12figure 35: Bauhaus: Estimated Sales Performance By Country, 2012figure 36: Bauhaus: Estimated Contribution To Group Sales By Country, 2012figure 37: Bauhaus: Outlet Data, 2008-12figure 38: Bauhaus: Breakdown Of Outlets By Territory, 2012/13 *retail Offeringhagebauwhat We Thinktailoring The Offer At Local Levelconsistent Expansion Of The Multi-channel Businesscompany Backgroundcompany Performancefigure 39: Hagebaumarkt: Group Sales Performance, Excl. Sales Tax, 2008-12figure 40: Hagebau: Outlet Data, 2008-12retail Offeringhornbach Holdingwhat We Thinkhornbach Rides The Euro Stormbuilding Long Term Trustmultichannel Strategycompany Backgroundcompany Performancefigure 41: Hornbach Holding: Group Financial Performance, 2008/09-2012/13figure 42: Hornbach Holding: Outlet Data, 2008/09-2012/13retail OfferingDIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013
  • obiwhat We Thinkshifting Focus Abroad To Spur Growthmulti-channel Focuscompany Backgroundcompany Performancefigure 43: Obi: Group Sales Performance, Excl. Vat, 2008-12figure 44: Obi: Outlet Data, 2008-12retail Offeringpraktikerwhat We Thinkrestructuring Its Portfolio In Germanyinternational Businesscompany Backgroundcompany Performancefigure 45: Praktiker: Group Sales Performance, 2008-12figure 46: Praktiker: Group Financial Performance, 2008-12figure 47: Praktiker: Average Annual Sales Per Outlet, 2008-12figure 48: Praktiker: Outlet Data, 2008-12retail Offeringtoom Baumarkt/b1 Discount/kleewhat We Thinkdifferentiation Through Servicesonlinecompany Backgroundcompany Performancefigure 49: Toom Baumarkt/b1 Discount/klee: Group Financial Performance, 2009-12figure 50: Toom Baumarkt/b1 Discount/klee: Outlet Data, 2009-12retail Offeringappendix – Broader Market Environmentpopulationfigure 51: Europe: Population, By Age Group, 2010figure 52: Europe: Population, By Age Group, 2015figure 53: Europe: Population, By Age Group, 2020gdpfigure 54: Europe: Gdp (current Prices), 2012figure 55: Europe: Real-terms Year-on-year Growth In Gdp, 2003-13DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013
  • consumer Spendingfigure 56: Europe: Households’ Consumer Spending (current Prices), 2012figure 57: Europe: Real-terms Year-on-year Growth In Households’ Consumer Spending, 2003-12consumer Pricesfigure 58: Europe: Harmonised Index Of Consumer Prices, Annual % Change, 2003-12unemploymentfigure 59: Europe: Average Rate Of Unemployment, 2003-12interest Ratesfigure 60: Europe: Central Bank Interest Rates, 2008-13consumer Confidencefigure 61: Europe: Consumer Confidence Levels, May 2012-april 2013appendix – The Consumer – Where They Buy – Germanyfigure 62: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Germany, March 2013figure 63: Most Popular Retailers Used For In-store/online Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, ByDemographics, Germany, March 2013figure 64: Next Most Popular Retailers Used For In-store/online Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, ByDemographics, Germany, March 2013figure 65: Most Popular Retailers Used For In-store Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Demographics,Germany, March 2013figure 66: Next Most Popular Retailers Used For In-store Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, ByDemographics, Germany, March 2013figure 67: Retailers Used For Online Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Demographics, Germany,March 2013appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes To Diy Shopping – Germanyfigure 68: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Most Popular Attitudes To Diy AndHome Improvement, Germany, March 2013figure 69: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Next Most Popular Attitudes To DiyAnd Home Improvement, Germany, March 2013figure 70: Most Popular Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, By Demographics, Germany, March2013figure 71: Next Most Popular Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, By Demographics, Germany,March 2013appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes To Browsing And Buying Diy Goods Online –Germanyfigure 72: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Most Popular Attitudes To BrowsingAnd Shopping For Diy Goods Online, Germany, March 2013figure 73: Retailers Used For Diy Purchases In The Last 12 Months, By Next Most Popular Attitudes ToDIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013
  • Browsing And Shopping For Diy Goods Online, Germany, March 2013figure 74: Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, By Most Popular Attitudes To Browsing And ShoppingFor Diy Goods Online, Germany, March 2013figure 75: Attitudes To Diy And Home Improvement, By Next Most Popular Attitudes To Browsing AndShopping For Diy Goods Online, Germany, March 2013figure 76: Most Popular Attitudes To Browsing And Shopping For Diy Goods Online, By Demographics,Germany, March 2013figure 77: Next Most Popular Attitudes To Browsing And Shopping For Diy Goods Online, ByDemographics, Germany, March 2013ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market researchreports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with ourhuge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across allindustry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well aspublishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights onwhich reports will satisfy your needs at the best price.Contact:M/s Sheela,90 State Street,Suite 700,Albany NY - 12207United StatesTel: +1-518-618-1030USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948Email: sales@researchmoz.usWebsite: http://www.researchmoz.us/DIY Retailing - Germany - May 2013