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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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Home Entertainment (Audiovisual)

25 May 2015  |  Published by:  Key Note
This Key Note Market Report analyses the UK audiovisual sector within the context of home entertainment, including the markets relating to TVs, portable and non-portable audio equipment, and DVD and Blu-ray players. While the report does examine market size in value terms, this is covered in g...
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Household Appliances (White Goods)

24 May 2015  |  Published by:  Key Note
Despite the turbulent economic climate witnessed in the UK in recent years, the white goods market has continued to achieve year-on-year growth over the past 5 years, with Key Note estimating market value to have increased by 9.2% between 2010 and 2014. Nonetheless, the outlook for the white g...
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Bath and Shower in Macedonia

22 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Bath and shower grew by 2% in current terms in 2014, reaching sales of MKD592 million, with growth in line with demographic developments and per capita consumption, as well as the chronically weak purchasing powers of Macedonians, which prevented bath and shower registering further growth and premiu...
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Home and Garden in Spain

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Although Spain recorded positive GDP growth in 2014, this was not enough to generate a positive performance from the country’s home and garden market. The fact that home and garden’s performance is tightly linked to that of the Spanish second homes market limited its progress. The Spanish housing ma...
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Gardening in Australia

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Lawn mowers recorded sales of A$248 million in 2014. Sales of lawn mowers are highly seasonal due to changing weather conditions throughout the year. The majority of lawn mowers are sold during the spring and summer months when most lawn care and gardening activities are performed. Growth within law...
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Home Improvement in Japan

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The majority of consumers in Japan prefer professional services when it comes to home-related jobs such as repairing toilets and painting walls. This is largely because of the concerns for failure and potential danger caused by accidents while undertaking such work. Recently, however, a new trend ha...
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Kai Corp in Home and Garden (Japan)

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Kai Corp is one of the leading players in homeware. It is most well known for its kitchen knives and has strong brand recognition for its quality and reliability among Japanese consumers. In addition, Kai Corp continues to expand its product portfolio in homeware and other product categories, such a...
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Home Furnishings in Spain

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In Spain, the home furnishings category has been driven by the Spanish culture of buying a second home, traditionally at the beach. As a consequence of this and prior to the bursting of the housing bubble, home furnishings recorded strong growth rates. However, the housing market crashed and 2008 sa...
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Homewares in Japan

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Homewares in Japan recorded a 1% decline in value sales to register \374.4 billion in 2014. The economic recovery under Abenomics did not benefit the category because consumers opted for more affordable homewares versus spending on high priced homeware. Despite a home cooking trend prevalent among s...
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Gardening in Japan

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Traditionally, gardening has been important to Japanese consumers. However, large-size gardens are becoming rare, especially in urban areas. The senior population tends to enjoy the decoration and maintenance involved in doing their own gardening, particularly after retirement. Young consumers, part...
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Home Depot Inc, The in Home and Garden (USA)

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
The Home Depot, the largest home and garden specialist retailer in the US, is poised to continue to grow in the traditional brick and mortar format and internet retailing. The retailer stands to benefit from projected improvements in the US housing market as well as increased discretionary spending ...
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Home Improvement in Australia

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Power tools current value sales increased by 3% in 2014 to reach A$736 million. Australian consumers choose power tools based on their reliability, life-span and safety. As battery technology evolves, consumers are more inclined to use cordless power tools. In addition, industry sources also suggest...
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Home Improvement in Spain

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
In 2014, the Spanish economy achieved positive GDP growth, helping to increase disposable incomes. However, the high unemployment rate, which remained at 24%, contributed to Spaniards’ ongoing cautious attitude towards spending. In an attempt to tighten their outdoor spending, many Spaniards spent m...
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Home Furnishings in Australia

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Barbecuing is an integral part of the Australian lifestyle and barbecue sales continued to grow strongly in 2014. The drier and warmer weather in 2014 further fuelled growth, with consumers spending a total of A$339 million on barbecues during the year. Gas barbecues remain the most popular format, ...
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Gardening in Spain

21 May 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
According to Euromonitor International estimates, 78% of Spain is accounted for by urban areas. Within Spanish cities, apartment buildings dominate, with the bulk of Spanish people living in flats and with no access to private gardens. This situation has traditionally shaped the performance of garde...
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