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Kline & Company's Nancy Mills delves into the strategies various retail channels are undertaking to keep their beauty sales up.
Nancy Mills writes, “...a growing number of smaller cosmetic and toiletry companies are contemplating, developing, and/or executing exits. As such, 2013 portends to offer even greater deal flow as many companies look to invest in new growth opportunities.”
A new report from Reevolv focuses on the hair care and skin care market in India, including target market behavior and how the categories are set to grow.
While the economic rebound slowly builds, consumers continue to play it safe and seek value overall in their retail purchases. With this in mind, brands, manufacturers and retailers need to make the value obvious up front, according to Symphony IRI.
According to its research, SymphonyIRI found there are opportunities for CPG marketers to think outside the box when establishing merchandising strategies
SymphonyIRI looked at the new shopping behaviors and tactics consumers are exhibiting in the wake of the recession and the new world market environment.
Citing an increase in interest in DIY nail products and a great fashion focus on a manicured look, the new report highlights the rise of nail care products in the past few years and discusses where the trend has yet to go.
Beauty products with organic claims sold in in Whole Foods' U.S. stores must be third-party certified to the United States Department of Agriculture National Organic Program standard by June 1, 2011.
365 Everyday Value line reformulated to meet the company's own Premium Body Care Standards; price remains same.
Selection of marketers into the program based on retailer's ethics and integrity evaluation.