According to a study from market research company Mintel, 63% of Americans are inspired by beauty brands that show diversity in advertising, highlighting the growing importance of inclusivity in the cosmetics industry.
This is a physical trading platform to keep an eye on. With the first Amazon tech-driven store opening in the UK Thursday, latest research from Mintel reveals that 76% of Brits say they would shop at one.
China's radiant male skincare market has a raft of domestic startups tapping global investors for funds, with ambitions to rival giants like L'Oreal in a billion-dollar business serving image-conscious millennial men.
With retail going through a major transformation due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new report says that one key difference we’ll see going forward is the larger number of older people shopping online.
The UK menswear market is healthy, but stores and brands are too discount-focused so many men are buying cheaply when they’d be happy to pay more. The answer may be more investment in own-brands, a Mintel report says.
Personalized cots, cashmere cardigans and traditional rocking horses are among luxury items on offer for youngsters, with an array of brands seeking to capitalize on affluent parents’ demand for such costly items.