Trend Bible publish a range of digital reports for the Home & Interiors and Kid’s Lifestyle markets. You can buy these directly from our online shop. These include In Season Retail and Trade Show Reports and Future Insight Reports.
FUTURE INSIGHT REPORTS
Our Future Insight Reports forecast what will be influencing consumer behaviour 12-18 months ahead, making sense of the key shifts in attitudes and behaviours. These reports are an essential tool for making sound product development and marketing decisions.
Each report includes unique case studies, an analysis of how receptive different market levels will be and provides our expert advice on how key business disciplines, including marketing, strategy and product design, should respond to the trends.
View our range of Future Insight reports which forecast shifts in consumer behaviour and analyse what will be influencing householders in the coming years.
TRADE SHOW REPORTS
Attending and capturing information from major trade shows can be an overwhelming experience. Our reports provide in-depth coverage of the leading Home & Interiors and Kid’s Lifestyle shows; breaking down the information into clear themes, layered with expert trend analysis. These reports are an essential tool for those who can’t attend, or who don’t want to miss out on the important trends of the season.
View our full range of Trade Show reports which provide comprehensive analysis of the emerging trends evidenced at leading international trade shows.
Our retail trend reports provide a comprehensive look at what’s in store both sides of the Atlantic at key points in the season and for occasions. Each report provides an analysis of the trends as seen in the most influential New York and London stores, covering homeware, gift, décor, stationery and tableware.
View our full range of In Season Retail reports providing analysis of the key trends in-store throughout key seasons and occasions.
The content is always relevant to our business, and Trend Bible bring new and intriguing topics to our attention that we would otherwise have overlooked.
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