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Home and office supplies make life easy for people. These products are used in the day to day activities like stationary, lightings, fabrications, furnishers and office furniture. Some of products like staplers, chairs, speakers, light fittings, composite fiber doors and partitions, UPS, and air-conditioning are some of the items included in the home and office supplies. 

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Henkel AG & Co Kgaa in Home Care (World)

22 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Henkel is the world’s fifth largest home care manufacturer, and registered dynamic growth in 2014. This profile analyses how its consistent product innovation and rolling out of new products helped its performance during the year. This report also assesses its growth opportunities by category and ge...
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Gardena Deutschland GmbH in Home and Garden (Germany)

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Gardena Deutschland is focusing on consumer loyalty to remain competitive. Aside from an emphasis on innovation, its aim is also to pay greater attention to the social and environmental aspects of its business. In addition, thanks to its good reputation and market penetration, the company is expecte...
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Home and Garden in Germany

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The German home and garden market enjoyed a slight recovery in 2014 after value sales declined in 2013. Home and garden in Germany is already a mature industry, with new sales typically needing to be driven by innovation and lifestyle products. However, amidst the backdrop of a declining population ...
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Homewares in Germany

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The trend towards social dining and entertaining friends and family at home contributed to a slightly better performance from homewares in 2014 compared to 2013. Nevertheless, the category posted a further marginal current value decline. Individuality and creativity are taking the place of exclusive...
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Home Improvement in Germany

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In 2014, the ongoing DIY trend drove the value sales of various categories within home improvement, proving its continuously high level of popularity. Even though the ageing and also quite busy German population partially lacks the time, skill and energy for every construction project at home on the...
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Bauhaus AG in Home and Garden (Germany)

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In order to maintain and enhance its strong position among Germany’s leading home and garden specialist retailers, Bauhaus is pursuing a growth strategy in both Germany and Europe. Not only is its store network constantly evaluated, improved and enhanced, but the company also puts a strong focus on ...
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Villeroy & Boch AG in Home and Garden (Germany)

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Villeroy & Boch’s strategy for local and international success is mainly focused on sustainable growth and continuous improvements to the company and its brand. The consideration of global, regional and cultural consumer demands and trends plays a major role within product development. Innovation an...
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Home Furnishings in Germany

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Home furnishings continued to register positive current value growth in 2014, largely driven by another steady performance from indoor furniture. In 2014, there were around 40 million living units in Germany, many of which are in need of refurbishment and new furnishings. More than 200,000 new livin...
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Gardening in Germany

21 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In 2014, the category posted its strongest performance of the review period, registering current value growth of 4%. This was largely due to a very poor performance in 2013, with a large share of sales in 2014 accounted for by purchases which were put off in 2013. Meanwhile, demand for gardening pro...
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Home Improvement in Switzerland

14 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Do-it-yourself has a long tradition in Switzerland. Consequently, generally Swiss consumers have a very positive attitude towards do-it-yourself. Many Swiss consumers do not hesitate when it comes to doing any number do-it-yourself jobs, including painting, wallpapering and other handiwork odd jobs....
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Homewares in Switzerland

14 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The trend towards home consumption led increasing numbers of Swiss people to invite friends home for drinks and meals rather than going out in 2014, while the rising trend for cooking as a joint activity to be shared with family and friends had a positive influence on sales of homewares in 2014, wit...
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Home Improvement in the Netherlands

14 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
With a slight recovery in the economy, and a recuperating housing market, home improvement gained momentum following the rapid decline that was experienced in the review period. According to CBS published studies, 36% more houses were sold in 2014 compared to 2013. In addition, higher disposable inc...
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Gardening in Switzerland

14 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
With the trend towards urbanisation in Switzerland, the number of households with a garden has been declining in recent years. Nevertheless, keeping a garden remained important to a great number of Swiss consumers throughout 2014. Many Swiss consumers attach strong benefits to having a well-kept gar...
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Home Furnishings in Switzerland

14 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The most influential factor on home furnishing sales as a whole in 2014 was the fact that Swiss consumers are becoming increasingly aware of their spending, weighing up where and what to invest their money in more carefully than previously. The trade-off is therefore not only between new bedroom and...
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Home and Garden in the Netherlands

14 Jul 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The Dutch economy, which was in recession until 2013, started on a cautious path of recovery in 2014. Consumers’ real disposable incomes rose whilst debts declined, giving consumers the freedom to spend. Consumer confidence, which fell to a historic low in 2013, also rose in 2014, spurring consumers...
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