MARKETING CONSULTING SOUTH AFRICA
It’s a fact that in times of recession, luxury items are the first to get the chop from the shopping list. But if recent consumer research is anything to go by, South Africans are investing more in their health and wellbeing, despite the increased price tag and supressed economic climate.
Professional shoppers will be seen more frequently in the aisles of large and boutique retailers.
Private Labels will continue to grow and not just in-the-background, budget-friendly brands aimed at cash-strapped consumers but rather, as significant players in the retail space.
The report gives insights on market trends for Black Tea, Iced Tea, Rooibos and Speciality Tea.
The report gives insights into market trends for General Purpose Oils, Pan-Release Agents and Specialty Oils.
PBT buys SAP company
16/04/2012 - 11:13
JSE-listed PBT Group has agreed to buy out SAP specialisation company BI-Blue for an undisclosed amount.
Supply chain analytics 'top technology' for 2012
20/01/2012 - 13:44
Analytics and business intelligence systems designed to optimise business functions such as supply chain will be the "top-ranked" technology for 2012, market experts predict.
MTN Business adds two key applications to its Mobile Solutions Range
27/07/2011 - 11:16
27 July 2011 – Johannesburg; MTN Business is proud to announce the addition of two tools to its Mobile Application Solutions. These tools further compliment the company’s existing range of applications - specifically designed for organisations looking to empower their mobile workforce and increase collaborative mobile efficiencies.
Trucks selling stronger than expected in 2011
21/07/2011 - 09:57
The South African truck market has ended the first half of 2011 on a strong note, despite prior concerns that product availability, in the wake of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan early in March, would act as a constraint on sales volumes.
Lonhro buys Grindrod's food exporter
20/07/2011 - 11:00
Johannensburg - Lonhro has acquired the business of Grindrod PCA from Grindrod for R50m in cash. The acquisition has been unconditionally approved by the South African Competition Committee.