Category Archives: New Market Reports

Chocolate Confectionery in Australia

Photo of Mondelēz Australia advertising.This Passport category briefing reports on the market for chocolate in Australia in terms of sales, prospects and the competitive landscape, focusing on the years 2013-2017. It shows that Mondelez Australia Pty Ltd holds a leading value share within chocolate confectionery of 37%, though this represents a small but steady decline since 2013. Read the full report on Passport.

Raised voice: The expansion of 4G data networks will propel VoIP subscription growth

Over the five years to 2020, IBISWorld anticipates that VoIP industry revenue will grow at an annualized rate of 16.8% to $12.3 billion. This growth will come primarily from mobile VoIP services and the business market. However, the development of future regulation and competition from wireless telecommunications carriers may put pressure on future growth. The industry has developed in a lightly regulated environment due to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision not to control or limit voice traffic over the internet; however, the FCC continues to consider additional regulations for the industry. Read the full report on IBIS.

Discount Retailing in the UK

This Key Note Market Update examines the discount retailing market in the UK in terms of the key trends and issues impacting the industry, the value of the leading sectors and the market’s position within the wider retail landscape, focusing on the 5 years between 2010 and 2014, as well as providing forecasts for the future of the market up to 2019. Key Note estimates that following strong annual growth in value over the review period, the total discount retail market increased by 7.7% between 2013 and 2014. Read the full report on Keynote.

Car & Automobile Manufacturing in the US

Over the five years to 2020, strengthening economic conditions and returning consumer confidence will fuel the Car and Automobile Manufacturing industry. The Consumer Confidence Index is expected to rise at an annualized rate of 11.1% over this period, as continuous improvements in credit availability and disposable income encourage consumers to sustain interest in purchasing new vehicles. This trend bodes well for automakers, as industry revenue is expected to rise at an annualized rate of 2.5% to $121.0 billion over the same period. Read the full report here.

The new retail: from mobile aspirations to business results

The ubiquity of mobile devices is transforming the retail sector, as customers and employees increasingly depend on their mobile devices throughout their shopping experience.

The new retail: from mobile aspirations to business results, an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by AT&T, explores how retailers are responding to the rise of mobile-empowered consumers and the challenges of becoming a truly omni-channel business.

Gaining Speed: Internet Service Providers in the UK

The Internet Service Providers industry is expected to go from strength to strength over the coming years. The industry is projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 1.9% to reach just under £6.9 billion over the five years through 2019-20. The industry’s expansion is expected be propelled by further gains in internet use and stronger subscriber growth as the coverage of fibre-optic networks expands out across the United Kingdom. Read the full report on IBIS.

Television Programme Production in the UK

UK broadcasters make up the majority of TV programme demand and the success of these broadcasters in growing their own revenue is likely to be an important factor driving investment in new programme commissions. Greater demand for original content tends to open up an opportunity for operators in the industry. IBISWorld expects that demand from UK broadcasters will ease slightly in 2014-15. Read the full report in IBIS.