Consumer Lifestyles in Qatar


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Consumer Lifestyles in Qatar

  1. 1. Consumer Lifestyles in QatarReport Details:Published:August 2012No. of Pages: 52Price: Single User License – US$1900Wealthy, ambitious Qatari consumers live in a country of contradictions. A minority population ofnationals live in comfort, backed up by a prosperous group of professional expatriates and a largepopulation of expatriate labourers earning very low wages. This unusual mix makes for variedconsumer attitudes and behaviours. These are to change in coming years as Qatar continues toprosper and becomes a dominant force in the region.Euromonitors Consumer Lifestyles in Qatar report analyses factors influencing national consumerexpenditure. Consumer lifestyles reports include coverage of: population, urban development,home ownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health,education, eating habits, drinking habits, shopping habits, personal grooming, clothing, leisurehabits, savings and investments, media, communication, transport and travel and tourism. Use thisreport to understand the factors influencing a nations lifestyle choices.Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares anddistribution data.Why buy this report?* Get a detailed picture of the 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 40 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, Sydney, Tokyo and Bangalore and anetwork of over 800 analysts worldwide, Euromonitor International has a unique capability todevelop reliable information resources to help drive informed strategic planning.Get your copy of this report @
  2. 2. Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeCONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN QATAREuromonitor InternationalAugust 2012LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLESConsumer Habits in ContextCurrent Behaviour Within the Broader Economic ClimateConsumer ConfidenceMisery IndexChart 1 Misery Index 2006-2011LearningSchool LifeUniversity LifeAdult LearningChart 2 Number of Students in Higher Education and Consumer Expenditure on Education 2006-2011Chart 3 Regional Ranking of Number of University Students 2011Working HabitsWorking ConditionsWomen in the WorkplaceCommutingAlternative Work OptionsRetirementChart 4 Employed and Unemployed Population and Labour Force Participation Rate 2006-2011Chart 5 Population Aged 15-64 Compared with Old-Age Dependency Ratio 2000-2020Chart 6 Regional Ranking of Female Employment Rate 2011Eating HabitsDining inDining OutCafé CultureSnacking HabitsAttitudes Towards Food TrendsChart 7 Per Capita Expenditure on Consumer Foodservice by Chained and Independent 2011Drinking HabitsAttitudes Towards DrinkingDrinking Inside the HomeDrinking Outside the HomeGrooming HabitsAttitudes Towards Personal CareAttitudes Towards Beauty
  3. 3. Male GroomingUse of Hair Care Salons, Spas, Nail and Beauty ParloursChart 8 Value Sales of Beauty and Personal Care Key Categories 2006-2011Chart 9 Regional Ranking of Per Capita Sales of Mens Grooming Products 2011Fashion HabitsAttitudes Towards ClothingAttitudes Towards FootwearAttitudes Towards Personal AdornmentAttitudes Towards Accessories/luxury GoodsChart 10 Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear 2006-2011Chart 11 Regional Ranking of Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear as a Proportion ofTotal Consumer Expenditure 2011Health and Wellness HabitsPublic Versus Private HealthcareAttitudes To Health and Well-beingOver-the-counter Versus Prescription-only Medicines (otc Vs Pom)Sport and FitnessObesityChart 12 Growth in OTC Expenditure on Pharmaceuticals Compared with Healthy Life Expectancyat Birth 2006-2011Smoking HabitsSmoking PrevalenceAttitudes To SmokingShopping HabitsAttitudes To ShoppingMain Household Food and Non-food Consumables ShopTop-up Food ShoppingShopping for Big-ticket ItemsPersonal ShoppingE-commerce and M-commerceChart 13 Importance of Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Discounters within Grocery Retailing2011Chart 14 Regional Ranking of Sales through Internet Retailing 2011Leisure HabitsStaying inGoing OutPublic Holidays, Celebrations and Gift-givingCultureChart 15 Cinema Attendances 2006-2011Chart 16 Regional Ranking of Consumer Expenditure on Leisure and Recreation as a Proportionof Total Consumer Expenditure 2011DIY and Gardening Habits
  4. 4. Attitudes To DIYAttitudes To GardeningChart 17 Number of Home Owners and New Dwellings Completed 2006-2011Chart 18 Regional Ranking of Home Owners as a Proportion of Total Households 2011Pet Ownership HabitsAttitudes To Pet OwnershipTravel HabitsGetting AroundUse of Public TransportAir TravelChart 19 Number of Scheduled Airline Passengers Carried and Number of Per Capita KilometresTravelled by Air 2006-2011Chart 20 Length of Road Network 2006-2011Chart 21 Consumer Expenditure on Transport Services 2006-2011Chart 22 Regional Ranking of Passenger Cars in Use 2011Vacation HabitsAttitudes To Taking HolidaysMain Holiday-taking TrendsDomestic Versus Foreign HolidaysPreferred Travel MethodsFinancial HabitsAttitudes Toward Payment MethodsSavingsLoans and MortgagesChart 23 Consumer Lending Compared with Savings and Savings Ratio 2006-2011Chart 24 Regional Ranking of Financial Cards in Circulation 2011Contact: for more information.