Global Powers of Retailing 2021
The aggregate retail revenue for the Global Powers of Retailing Top 250 companies reached US$4.85 trillion in FY2019 (up from US$4.74 trillion in the previous year). Growth increased to 4.4% (currency-adjusted composite year-over-year growth rate), higher than the previous year’s 4.1% growth.
Consumption in Russia − 2020
We are pleased to present the findings of our annual comprehensive study of consumer activity in Russia.
New Year & Christmas Spending Survey 2021
Deloitte presents the 23rd annual global survey of consumer spending ahead of the Christmas and New Year holiday season. The survey has been held in Russia for 14 years.
2021 consumer products industry outlook
No-regret moves in the face of uncertainty
The consumer products industry enters 2021 with ambition and confidence. The No. 1 goal is revenue growth, and four in five consumer products industry executives are confident in their organization’s ability to execute its business strategy in the coming year.
2021 retail industry outlook
The new rules of retail
There’s little question retail has just lived through a market-shaping year. Consumer behavior changed overnight as health and safety concerns suddenly became a purchase driver. We saw technological adaption that would normally have taken years occur in a matter of months.
Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2020
The new age of fashion and luxury
The annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report identifies the world’s largest luxury goods companies and analyzes them from multiple perspectives. It also looks at industry trends, M&A activity, and the conditions within the global economy.
Health & Wellness Progress Report
Based on 2018 survey findings
The latest Health & Wellness Progress Report, created in collaboration with The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), sees a progressive shift in how its members are working together to address the issues that matter the most to their consumers.
Moving the global travel industry forward
The travel industry across the globe has a progressive path laid out in 2018 with rising disposable incomes from both emerging and developed markets.
A special article produced for the 2018 World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit reviews the current state of the global travel industry and focuses on issues that will drive the industry forward.