零售業 - COVID-19 的增長、趨勢、影響和預測（2021-2026 年）
Retail Industry - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)
|出版商||Mordor Intelligence Pvt Ltd||商品編碼||1008393|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 120 Pages
|零售業 - COVID-19 的增長、趨勢、影響和預測（2021-2026 年） Retail Industry - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 - 2026)|
|出版日期: 2021年05月13日||內容資訊: 英文 120 Pages||
2019 年放緩的全球經濟在 2020 年因 COVID-19 的爆發而崩潰，這使得零售業在預測期內變得艱難。零售業預計在初步預測期內將呈現緩慢復甦，因為該行業的大部分產品對商業週期較為敏感，但一旦情況平息，客戶對大部分產品的需求將在市場上有望推動。
全球零售業在歐洲和北美髮達國家成熟且競爭激烈。與此同時，亞太、中東和拉丁美洲的新興經濟體正在幫助推動市場增長。新加坡、馬來西亞和泰國等國家是亞太地區受歡迎的購物目的地，遊客對各自市場的零售業做出了重大貢獻。遊客對與時尚、服裝和電子產品相關的產品的需求不斷增加。私人消費通常佔 GDP 的三分之二以上，是零售市場健康狀況的重要指標。此外，網上購物的興起也是一個主要驅動因素（尤其是在 Covid 危機期間）。除此之外，智能手機在各國的日益普及正在推動電子商務渠道的發展。此外，物聯網、增強現實和其他顛覆性技術正在塑造零售業。然而，網上商店和實體商店之間的價格波動預計將對零售市場的增長構成挑戰。該報告調查了全球零售市場，按產品、分銷渠道、地區和進入市場的公司概況提供了市場概況、趨勢。
The retail industry has witnessed several changes during the study period with changing economic conditions across the world. The global economy, which slowed in 2019, has crashed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak resulting in a challenging forecast period for the retail industry. As the majority of products in the industry are sensitive to the economic cycles, the retail industry is expected to show slow recovery during the initial forecast period, yet the customer necessity for the majority of products is anticipated to drive the market once the situation settles down.
The global retail industry is mature and highly competitive in the developed economies of Europe and North America. On the other hand, the developing economies of Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and Latin America have been instrumental in driving the market growth. Countries, such as Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand, are popular shopping destinations in the Asia-Pacific region, with visitors contributing substantially to the retail sectors in the respective markets. Tourists are augmenting the demand for products related to fashion, apparel, and electronics. Consumer spending, which typically accounts for more than two-thirds of the GDP, has been a key indicator of the health of the retail market. Moreover, the increasing strength of online shopping has been a major driver (especially, during the Covid crisis). Apart from this, the growing smartphone penetration across countries is driving the e-commerce channel. Also, IoT, Augmented Reality, and other disruptive technologies are reshaping the retail industry. However, price variation between online and brick & mortar stores can challenge the retail market growth.
E-Commerce is the Fastest Growing Segment in Retail Industry
Internet retailing is the modern way of shopping. With the growing penetration of smartphones and mobile devices and internet services, e-commerce has emerged as a major shopping platform in the world. The e-commerce retail market is driven by an increasing set of suppliers selling online and a change in the buying behavior of consumers, among others. The rise of online fresh groceries sales along with growing numbers of prepared food delivery companies entering this space could propel category growth by several-fold times in the next five years. Mobile-first sites, dedicated apps, emerging payment methods, and other tools are making shopping on smartphones much easier. Many retailers operate an omnichannel model, which aims to integrate offline and online channels. Asia has some of the biggest retail markets in the world in China, Japan, and India. E-Commerce sales in Q2 2020 accounted for 16.1% of total sales in the US market.
Asia Pacific is Expected to Witness the Fastest Growth Rate in Retail Industry
As rural and urban households witnessed a steady growth of disposable incomes, the spending power of the Chinese population has also increased dramatically and the retail market has matured into one of the largest and still growing consumer markets worldwide. It is highly competitive and diversified, and the market shares of the leading Chinese retail chains were receding over the past few years. In India, government policies, like FDI up to 100% allowed in single-brand retail and FDI up to 51% in multi-brand retail is further expected to fuel up the competition in the country's retail market. The growth of the tourism sector in Asia-Pacific countries including Thailand and Indonesia is expected to increase the demand for imported products, especially in the HORECA (hotel/restaurant/cafe) sector. Currently, the region's tourism sector is benefitting from an expanding luxury hotel sector and greater international air connectivity. Additionally, supporting growth in the tourism sector and widespread country-level government-led investments in transport infrastructure are driving the region's growth.
The retail market is highly competitive with few key players occupying the major market share. The organized retail market has been growing significantly with companies expanding stores and considering the business potential in new areas. Most of the unorganized retail outlets are increasingly being replaced with big retail hypermarkets, supermarkets, and other retail chains. This is expected to continue on a large scale during the forecast period, which will significantly lead to market growth.