Monday, 25 June 2012

South Korean Travel Intermediaries Market to 2016

Factors such as South Korea’s developing economy and easing of restrictions on movement are both supporting the growth of travel and tourism in South Korea. South Korea is one of the most attractive countries for inbound and outbound tourism businesses in the world. The country was the seventh-largest inbound tourism destination by volume in the Asia-Pacific region in 2011. Rising tourist volumes and subsequent growth in the South Korean travel intermediaries industry can be attributed to various drivers including the country’s robust economic growth, government initiatives to promote tourism and tourism-related activities, increasing volume of business activities, and high internet penetration that encourages the growth of buying travel and tourism services online.
  • This report provides an extensive analysis of the travel intermediaries industry in South Korea
  • It provides historical and forecast market sizes for the South Korean travel intermediaries industry
  • It offers detailed analysis of the factors driving the growth of the travel intermediaries industry in South Korea including demand drivers such as total tourist volume, tourist volume by type, spending patterns of domestic and international tourists and internet penetration
  • The report details the government regulatory frameworks in the South Korean travel intermediaries industry, market entry routes adopted by international travel companies to enter the South Korean market and the expansion strategies of local and international travel companies
  • The report also offers marketing strategies adopted by the large travel intermediaries in the South Korean market to attract and retain customers
  • It provides examples of key travel intermediaries companies operating in the South Korean market

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Published: June 2012
No. of Pages: 42
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Key highlights
  • The South Korean travel intermediaries industry is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% over the forecast period (2012–2016). The key growth drivers for this industry include the country’s rising average disposable income levels, the high number of business opportunities, the lowering inflationary forecast, positive employment outlook, and increasing volume of corporate and leisure travelers.
  • The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea now permits the establishment of wholly foreign-owned travel agencies in the country and has also lifted the restrictions for foreign-invested travel agencies to establish branches in South Korea.
  • The entry of leading foreign operators, such as Expedia, Carlson Wagonlit Travel and BCD Travel, in the highly fragmented South Korea online travel site market is expected to lead to significant consolidation over the forecast period.
  • Metasearch engines is one of the innovative product strategies that travel intermediaries are offering to their customers in order to provide fast services and to differentiate themselves from the competition.
  • Travel service providers are attempting to capitalize on the growing South Korean mobile phone base by offering travel applications that can allow users to make bookings from their mobile phones.
Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
1 Executive Summary
2 South Korean Travel Intermediaries Industry Market Environment
3 Market Size and Growth Potential of South Korean Travel Intermediaries
4 Key Demand Drivers and Challenges for South Korean Travel Intermediaries
5 Market Entry Strategy for South Korean Travel Intermediaries
6 Marketing and Growth Strategies for South Korean Travel Intermediaries
7 Competitive Landscape of the South Korean Travel Intermediaries Industry
8 Appendix
List of Tables
List of Figures

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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Global Retailing Market to 2016

Asia-Pacific continues to dominate global retail sales. The contribution from the region is expected to increase from just over 30% in 2006 to just under half by 2016. Asia-Pacific is expected to continue to grow by over 10% every year through 2016. Both Europe and North America are expected to see a decline in their share towards global retail sales. While Latin American share is expected to increase marginally by 2016, that of Middle East and Africa will remain unchanged. North America dominates the per-capita retail spend among all five regions, followed by Europe and Latin America.

This report examines the components of change in the market by looking at historic and future growth patterns including how changes in consumers’ behavior have affected the retail sector for different product categories and channels.

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Published:  June 2012
No. of Pages: 415
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Global retail sales were dominated by food and grocery sales in 2011, accounting for over half of total sales that year. However, while this category was largest, its sales are relatively stable year to year. Outside this dominant area, electrical and electronics was the fastest developing channel between 2006 and 2011, growing at an annual average rate of over 7%. In terms of market structure, general retailers were the largest channel group, contributing just under half towards total global retail sales in 2011. During the review period (2006-2016), online retailers were the fastest-growing channel group, with a CAGR of over 14% and are expected to remain the fastest in the forecast period (2006-2016).

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Monday, 4 June 2012

Leading Five Countries in the European Wear & Tear Parts Market 2011–15

While the general trend in mature markets is for declining average mileage in lieu of higher vehicle ownership ratios per household, the ongoing economic stagnation is causing motorists to seek financial savings by substituting vehicle use, thus decelerating their vehicles' wear rates and as a result reducing consumption of wear and tear parts on an annual basis.

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• Which countries have the highest penetration of brake drums and shoes?
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Published:  May 2012
No. of Pages: 208
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Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
Key findings
Falling average mileage and motorists' prudence are market depressants
Increasing demand for raw materials from emerging markets is adversely affecting global prices
Movement toward lighter vehicle use will have a distinct effect on the future brake replacement market
Cost-effectiveness overrides loyalty in the brake market
Extended lifespan of catalytic convertors detrimental to replacement rates
Failing economic conditions support the deferral of exhaust maintenance
Shock absorbers: a small market with a large value that is expected to fall
Volume is the main driver behind the windscreen wiper market across the leading five countries
Technology will shape the future of starter batteries, but replacement rates will fall in the interim
Strategic recommendations
Consider the technical specifications of new vehicles as an indicator of future demand
Focus on profit-based sales as volume will continue to fall
Focus marketing strategies on tradesmen and retailers rather than consumers
Independent garages offer the biggest sales opportunity for the independent aftermarket
Vehicle parc dynamics will indicate the future component requirements of national aftersales markets
Consider regional climates when anticipating the cadence of demand for service parts
Consider the long-term implications of technological advances
Look beyond saturated home markets
Executive summary
Brake components
Catalytic converters and exhaust systems
Other wear and tear components

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U.S. Market for Neurological Devices

This report provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of market revenues by device type, market forecasts through 2018, unit sales, average selling prices, market drivers and limiters and a detailed competitive analysis, including manufacturer market shares and product portfolios
U.S. Market for Neurological Devices includes the markets for:
  • cerebrospinal fluid shunts
  • CSF external drainage systems
  • intracranial pressure monitoring devices
  • detachable coils liquid embolic market
  • catheters
  • neurovascular stents
  • guidewires
  • spinal cord stimulators
  • vagus nerve stimulators
  • neuroendoscopes
  • stereotatic market
  • ultrasonic aspirators
  • neurosurgical microscopes and aneurysm clips
The report also details CSF shunting procedure numbers, Intracranial stenting procedure numbers, ICP internal traducer monitoring procedure numbers, Microcatheter procedure numbers and guiding catheter procedure numbers. 

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Published: June 2012
No. of Pages: 373
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Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include:
  • RESEARCH METHODOLOGY  ............ 15
  • U.S. NEUROLOGICAL DEVICE MARKET   .............. 28
  • CEREBROSPINAL FLUID MANAGEMENT MARKET.................................. 72
  • DETACHABLE COIL MARKET  ........ 147
  • LIQUID EMBOLICS MARKET  .......... 171
  • NEUROVASCULAR STENT MARKET  .................... 181
  • STEREOTACTIC MARKET  ................ 307
  • ULTRASONIC ASPIRATOR MARKET  ................... 330
  • ANEURYSM CLIP MARKET  .............. 342
  • EMERGING MARKETS IN THE U.S.   ...................... 367
  •  ABBREVIATIONS  ..... 373
  •  LIST OF CHARTS                              
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