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Mass affluent programs key in Germany

HNW entrepreneurs are big business for wealth managers in Germany. However, building relationships early on during the wealth accumulation phase is key in the increasingly competitive wealth market.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Aug 2014
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Mexico: craft beer is gaining momentum

Despite the dominion established by the Grupo Modelo/Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma duopoly, the Mexican beer landscape has undergone a shift in the past five years, with craft beer experiencing unprecedented growth, especially in populated cities like Tijuana, Mexico City, and Guadalajara. Supported by recent legislative changes, the category could see serious expansion from its current niche position.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Aug 2014
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Mortgage providers left vulnerable

While banks and building societies have become much more cautious since the crash of 2008, they remain vulnerable to mortgage customers without insurance in place.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Aug 2014
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Big Six will double profits - but politics is to blame

The UK's Big Six energy suppliers will double their profits over the next 12 months according to Ofgem's recent Supply Market Indicator report. The primary reason for this is a drop in wholesale gas prices.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Aug 2014
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PLA Innovation of the Week: a new skin cream that erases underarm dark marks

Regular hair removal can cause the appearance of embarrassing and unsightly underarm dark marks. Now there is a way to eliminate these. Dove True Tone underarm dark mark eraser is the first skin cream of its kind, a night cream designed to remove underarm dark marks that works while you sleep. New in the UK, this product is the Datamonitor Consumer Product Launch Analytics innovation of the week.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Aug 2014
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Blurred lines: the growing influence of cosmetics in haircare innovation

Valued at $54.3bn in 2013, haircare represents a dynamic space within the personal care market and is now moving towards innovations that are inspired by other categories within beauty. As the boundaries between these categories blur, products are now being inspired by areas such as make-up, driving more experimental and efficient consumption experiences within a largely functional market.

Published By Datamonitor
04 Aug 2014
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Alcohol beverage "mash-ups" fuel innovation

Should we credit the Cronut for this trend? Since this croissant and donut combination was created by Ney York City's Dominique Ansel Bakery in 2013, bakers have responded with the "biskie" biscuit cookie cake, the "scuffin" scone muffin, and countless other mash-ups. Alcoholic beverage makers appear to have been taking notes, as demonstrated by a recent wave of new mash-ups and hybrid drinks.

Published By Datamonitor
04 Aug 2014
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Santander's monthly fees a winner

There may be a future for fee-charging current accounts after all. Santander's recent customer acquisition success proves that consumers are willing to pay for their current account if they feel they are getting good value.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Aug 2014
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Norway will export 32TWh of electricity by 2030

Norway continues to be one of Europe's biggest net exporters of energy, and the Scandinavian nation is projected to ship more than 32TWh of electricity to its neighboring countries by 2030, according to Datamonitor Energy's latest Power Generation Analyzer.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Aug 2014
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Japan's quest for an odorless society

2014 saw the 10th anniversary of the Japanese Ministry of the Environment's "Cool Biz" campaign, aimed to reduce electricity consumption by limiting use of air conditioning and advising workers to wear more casual clothes. Interestingly, this campaign triggered a shift in what Japan calls its "smell business." As a result, deodorant items have seen unusual development over the past decade.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Aug 2014

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