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    • Global Airport Retail Trends, 2012-2013Report Details:Published:August 2012No. of Pages: 278Price: Single User License – US$4000Product Synopsis“Global Airport Retail Trends, 2012-2013” is a new report by Canadean that analyzes trends inairport retail and explores how opportunities and demand are set to change in 2012-2013.Furthermore, this report not only provides a comprehensive overview of customer visits and timespent at airport retail stores in 2012, but also showcases average expenditure. Additionally, itidentifies average expenditure on food and beverages. This report identifies the product andpurchasing trends at airport retail outlets, and the significance of websites in pre-plannedpurchases. In addition, this report outlines the key products that occupy the most airport retailspace, and the survey analyzes the most popular products purchased by respondents at airportretail outlets. Furthermore, the report provides insight into the key drivers that help promotefrequent visits and identifies the most important customer concerns in purchasing at duty-freeoutlets. The report also provides access to information categorized by age, gender, annualincome, and travel frequency.Introduction and LandscapeWhy was the report written?This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from Canadean’s exclusive panel of globalrespondents. This report provides the reader with a definitive analysis of trends in airport retail andexplores how opportunities and demand are set to change in 2012-2013. Furthermore, this reportnot only grants access to the opinions and purchasing behaviors of travelers, but also examinestheir expectations of total expenditure in airport retail outlets and necessary developments forbetter consumer footfall. The report also provides access to information categorized by age,gender, annual income, and travel frequency.What is the current market landscape and what is changing?The average expenditure of European travellers per visit to duty-free and duty paid airport retailoutlets is US$76 and US$51 respectively.What are the key drivers behind recent market changes? Utilization of time’, last minute gifts’, and renowned brands at discounted prices’ as the mostimportant motivational factors of purchases at airport retail stores as identified by the respondents
    • from North America.What makes this report unique and essential to read?“Global Airport Retail Trends, 2012-2013” is a new report by Canadean that analyzes consumertrends in airport retail and explores how opportunities and demand are set to change in 2012-2013. Furthermore, this report provides a comprehensive overview of customer visits and timespent at airports retail stores in 2012 and reveals the average customer expenditure at airportretail outlets, and also identifies average customer expenditure on food and beverages. This reportalso identifies product and purchasing trends at airport retail outlets and the significance ofwebsites in purchases, and the frequency of utilization of the shop and collect’ facility. In addition,this chapter outlines the key products which occupy the most airport retail space, and the surveyanalyzes the most popular products purchased by the customers at airport retail outlets.Furthermore, the report provides insight into the key drivers that help promote frequent visits andidentifies the most important customer concerns for purchasing at duty-free outlets. This report notonly grants access to the opinions and behaviors of customer respondents, but also examinestheir actions surrounding business priorities. The report also provides access to informationcategorized by age, gender, annual income, and travel frequency.Key Report FeaturesProjects opinions and purchasing behaviors of travelers and examines their expectations of totalexpenditure in airport retail outlets and necessary developments for better customer footfall.Reveals the average expenditure of global respondents per visit to duty-free and duty paid airportretail outlets.Uncover key challenges and opportunities in shopping at duty-free and duty paid outlets andidentify the key actions required to overcome the challenges.Perceive the significance of pre-planned and impulsive buying behaviors at airport retail outlets.Identify key product categories that occupy the most airport retail space and recognize the mostpopular products purchased in the last six months at airport retail outlets.Key Market IssuesOverall, Asia-Pacific travelers declared that 46% of their purchases at duty-free airport retail storeswere pre-planned, while 54% of purchases were impulsive in the last six months.In total, according to the European respondents, 56% of their overall purchases made at duty paidairport retail outlets turned out to be impulsive’, whereas the remaining 44% constituted pre-planned’ purchases in 2012.North American respondents identified food, beverages and tobacco’, books, news andstationery, perfumes, cosmetics and personal care’ and apparel, accessories and luxury goods’
    • as the leading product categories that occupy the most airport retail space.Respondents from Asia-Pacific purchased tobacco’, alcoholic beverages’, perfumes, cosmeticsand personal care’, and jewelry, watches and accessories’ products more from duty-free airportretail shops in the last six months.In total, 75%, 66%, and 65% of European respondents identified printed media’, stationery andcards’, and food and non-alcoholic beverages’ respectively as key products purchased from dutypaid’ shops.Key HighlightsAccording to calculations, the average time spent by a customer from North America at duty-freeairport retail outlets is 22 min’, as compared with 19 minutes’ at duty paid outlets.Overall, 24% of respondents from Asia-Pacific spent US$11-US$15 per visit on food andbeverages, while 23% spent US$5-US$10.In total, 8% of respondents from the European region used the shop and collect’ facility at airportretail stores within the last six months.Art and craft’, food and non-alcoholic beverage’, and stationery and cards’ are the mostimportant within the domestic brand’ category, while consumer electronics’, luggage and leathergoods’ and perfumes, cosmetics and personal care’ are significant within the global brands’category, as identified by the respondents from North America.Promoting price advantages over city-center retailers’ and adapting offers to passenger profiles’are key activities that optimize the business of airport retailers, as identified by 83% and 58% ofrespondents from Asia-Pacific respectively.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/190226-global-airport-retail-trends-2012-2013.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report include1 Introduction1.1 What is this Report About?1.2 Definitions1.2.1 This report provides 2011 actual sales, while forecasts are provided for 2012 - 2016.1.3 Summary Methodology2 Profit Sector Analysis: LEISURE2.1.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Leisure2.1.2 Channel Trend Analysis2.1.3 Channel Size and Forecasts2.1.4 Key Channel Indicators3 Appendix
    • 3.1 About Canadean3.2 DisclaimerTable 1: Indian Exchange Rate INR-US$ (Annual Average), 2006-2011Table 2: Canadean Key Foodservice DefinitionsTable 3: Canadean Profit Sector DefinitionsTable 4: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (INR Million), 2006-2011Table 5: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (INR Million), 2011-2016Table 6: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006-2011Table 7: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011-2016Table 8: Indian Leisure Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006-2011Table 9: Indian Leisure Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011-2016Table 10: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (INR Thousand), 2006-2011Table 11: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006-2011Table 12: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (INR Thousand), 2011-2016Table 13: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011-2016Table 14: Indian Leisure Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006-2011Table 15: Indian Leisure Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011-2016Table 16: Indian Leisure Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006-2016Table 17: Indian Leisure: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (INR), 2006-2016Figure 1: Indian Leisure Channel: Five Forces AnalysisFigure 2: Indian Leisure Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (INR Million), 2006-2016Figure 3: Indian Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006-2016Figure 4: Indian Leisure Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006-2016Figure 5: Indian Leisure Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006-2016Contact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.