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September 17, 2014

The Biggest Deodorant Market by Volumes :American and Europe draws Blank


According to the latest The biggest markets in the deodorant market is not US or European nation. The top 5 nations are based out of Asia and Morocco is the only African nation that are a part of the hall of fame underarm solution :)There are distinct  consumer preferences for deodorant sizes and volume which  vary by region.

India, today is  the FASTEST MARKET, shows preference for larger-sized Aerosol sprays, as they are often shared by the family. 
India , Vietnam, Iran are the fastest growing nations, with India leading with a 15% CAGR growth, followed by Vietnam and Iran with 12.5% CAGR growth each. Indonesia ranks 4th with a CAGR growth of 10%, while Morocco, the 5th largest market growing at  7.5% CAGR

  •  The global demand for market for deodorants is highest in the 50ml to 100ml bracket, followed by 0 to 50ml, which makes for 6% by volume ..
  •  In Asia Pacific the most sold deodorant is in terms of volumes is  100 to 300ml range, which forms 10% by volume. 
  • While in North American its the 50 to 100ml which is sold the most , which forms 8% of the volume 
  • op global seller, followed by Axe/Lynx/Ego, also owned by Unilever, and Beiersdorf-owned Nivea, then Dove, another Unilever brand

October 25, 2011

2011 Holiday Retail Sales to Grow 2.8% To $465.6 Billion

Chart: Small holiday 2011 spend per person

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According to the National Retail Federation’s 2011 Holiday Consumer Intentions Survey, conducted by BIGresearch, holiday shoppers say they plan to shell out an average of $704.18 on holiday gifts and seasonal merchandise, down slightly from last year’s $718.98.* NRF is still forecasting overall holiday retail sales to grow 2.8 percent during the months of November and December to $465.6 billion.










Additionally, nearly six in 10 holiday shoppers (59.9%) say they plan to take advantage of retailers’ sales and discounts to make additional non-gift purchases for themselves and their families during the holiday season. The average person will spend approximately $130.43 during the holiday season to take advantage of sales and discounts on apparel, electronics, home goods and other items for themselves or a family member, up from $112.20 last year.


According to the survey, the largest portion of a consumer’s holiday budget will go toward gifts for family members, with the average person expected to shell out $403.26 on kids, parents and other family members. Friends, co-workers and even the family pet can expect something nice this year as well; holiday celebrants will spend an average of $68.23 on friends, $21.06 on co-workers, and $23.39 on other gifts. Consumers will also spend on decorations ($46.73), greeting cards ($26.52), candy and food ($96.75), and flowers ($18.23.)

April 4, 2011

OI and Gas are The largest Companies across The Globe


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Based on 2009 revenue numbers, seven of the ten largest companies in the world are in the oil and  Gas..

The biggest  gas company is Royal Dutch Shell, which generated $278.2 billion dollars in revenue last year.