Looks at the growth of the health and wellness sector and how smart technology is changing the category, as it has made it easier for consumers to monitor their health and track their fitness goals and has raised expectations of health and wellness brands.
LONDON: Young British people aged 16 to 25 are the unhappiest generation in a decade, with their sense of wellbeing at its lowest ebb since the Prince’s Trust charity first started measuring young people’s emotional health in 2009.
Euromonitor Strategy Briefings, January 2018
Provides a top-line industry overview of the consumer health marketplace by examining the performance of consumer health categories comparatively against other consumer industries and across regions and markets.
Katherine Allmandinger, WARC Webinars, February 2018
Katherine Allmandinger, Manager of Strategic Insights Health & Wellness at Nielsen, explores the health and wellness trends happening across the store that are leading manufacturers and retailers to meaningful growth.
LONDON: Technology is changing the health landscape in new and unexpected ways and marketers are going to have to rethink how they approach this area to achieve the best possible results for both themselves and consumers.
BERKELEY, CA: In a $65 million investment round, Goldman Sachs, the US investment bank has placed a significant bet on a little-known company, Ripple Foods, a young beverage startup that specialises in pea milk, in a move that suggests changing ...
LONDON: Public Health England, the government body, has trained its focus on snacks, with financial offers designed to woo parents into buying their children healthier snacks, as reports compare the tactics of snack brands to those of Big Tobacco.
MRS Awards, Finalist, International Research, 2017
In 2016, as part of the Dove Self-Esteem Project, Dove reaffirmed their commitment to positively impact young lives by inspiring women and girls globally to develop positive relationships with their appearance.
SHANGHAI: Consumer confidence in China is at a ten year high, people have higher incomes than ever, more choices than ever – and marketers can’t think in terms of the “Chinese consumer” any more, according to a new study.
Low Lai Chow, Event Reports, Millennial 20-20, October 2017
Singaporean millennials weren’t thinking about retirement planning or healthy eating on festive occasions – this article outlines how two local campaigns aimed to change the behaviours of young Singaporeans on these two important issues.