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ASIA LIFESTYLE CONSUMER PROFILE
Tracking lifestyle consumption drivers & trends in the world’s most dynamic consumer market
This study presents drivers that shape consumer trends and aspirations across the Asian region. Whilst crafting one consumer profile for Asia would not be realistic due to the vast varieties of languages, cultures, religions and customs across the region, this study aims to profile the diversity of consumer personas.
AT YOUR SERVICE: How are brands evolving to better serve Asia’s consumers?
This study focuses on how brands are evolving to better serve Asia’s consumers and looking to stay ahead of the game are redefining their priorities, and creating business strategies that revolve around more than just a singular retail product or hospitality experience: service 2.0.
REDEFINING ONLINE MARKETPLACES IN ASIA
How is digital evolution impacting the luxury retail business, and how do the two co-exist?
This study takes a close look at the evolution of online marketplaces and examines the current retail reality through a market by market analysis. The paper presents the Asian online landscape through the Group’s own experience, its local market partners, and the major online players in the region.
ASIA LUXURY & LIFESTYLE RETAIL BAROMETER
Monitoring the resilience of lifestyle retail in Asia
A series of ongoing reports to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on lifestyle and luxury retail in Asia throughout 2020.
Market Insights works with 50 global brands across Asia, including select brands external and internal to the Bluebell Group, with the aim to promote greater sharing amongst retailers in the region.
PART 1, JAN-MAY 15, 2020
From January to 15 May 2020, the impact of COVID-19 on luxury & lifestyle retail has been staggered across Asia.
Part 2, May-June, 2020
After experiencing the highest YoY performance drop between March and April, all markets began recovering in May – with the exception of Mainland China, which began its recovery much earlier than the rest, and was already seeing positive signs of rebound in March.
PART 3, 2020 IN REVIEW
Wrapping up 2020 in ’survival mode’ – Part 3 looks at how Asian markets, channels, product categories and travel retail fared. The main trends in channels were the growth of ‘phygital retail’, in products a preference on the ’self care’ category, a slow down in travel retail but also a boost in ‘local consumption’ and ‘local travel’, opening new duty free markets in China specifically.