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Jun 05, 2007 | 10:28 AM CDT
By: Cristina Kroll
Pace of brand expansions and launches underscore growing opportunities in the region.
Jun 05, 2007 | 10:19 AM CDT
By: Melinda Taschetta-Millane
Cutting-edge spa treatments combined with well-being programs and products have ignited an explosion of spas in Singapore. These trends and the corresponding influx of tourists to this country may offer early insights into the future of this market in the U.S.
Jun 05, 2007 | 10:16 AM CDT
By: Karen A. Newman
Jun 05, 2007 | 10:08 AM CDT
By: Priyanka Bhattacharya
Rising consumer aspirations and market-savvy manufacturers are stimulating both the Indian spa market and potential for sales outside the country.
May 24, 2007 | 02:05 PM CDT
By: Jeff Falk
Euromonitor International notes that the competitive nature of the hair-care sector has forced brand managers to seek out rapid growth over a shorter period...
May 10, 2007 | 09:21 AM CDT
By: Briony Davies
According to Euromonitor International’s latest data, fragrances put in a surprise appearance as a top performer in the cosmetics and toiletries market.
May 08, 2007 | 04:45 PM CDT
In the U.S., cultures come together to create a diverse and unique society, creating niche markets for the beauty-minded, and brands use these niches to expand a market base or create an entirely new one.
Apr 23, 2007 | 09:34 AM CDT
According to Kline & Company, China has surpassed France in global cosmetics and toiletries sales rankings to become the third-largest market...
Apr 19, 2007 | 09:59 AM CDT
According to the latest research from Euromonitor International, 2006 saw the highest growth in the global cosmetics and toiletries market in the last five years, with developing regions such as Latin America and Eastern Europe leading the charge and the fragrances sector making a surprise comeback.
Apr 05, 2007 | 01:57 PM CDT
By: Briony Davies
A new crop of emerging, promising markets offers opportunities beyond those explored heavily by manufacturers in recent years—and just in time to pick up the slack of mature, underachieving markets.