GfK anticipates a 2018 nominal turnover growth of +2.1 percent for stationary retail in the 28 EU member states. But trends within the individual countries under review vary widely.
The Swiss once again surpass the Germans and Austrians when it comes to purchasing power. But the available net income within each of these countries also varies markedly.
GfK’s new digital maps for Germany, Austria and Switzerland include hundreds of changes to postal and administrative regions, such as municipalities. Up-to-date digital maps comprise the foundation for the precise and error-free geocoding and analysis of company data and market potential.
GfK has released a new, completely overhauled digital map edition for all of Asia. The edition features coverage of 49 countries, ranging from the three BRICS nations Russia, India and China to smaller countries such as Bhutan.
A new GfK study reveals the regional distribution of Germany's demographic traits, such as family type, age ranges and income Levels.
GfK will release a new version of its geomarketing software RegioGraph at the end of March.
GfK has released a new, completely overhauled map edition for Australia.
New GfK online geomarketing application: GfK has developed a new, additional version of its geomarketing solution, RegioGraph.
Germans’ 2018 purchasing power will rise to €22,992 per person according to the GfK study released today. This amounts to a nominal per-person increase of 2.8 percent, or €633.
Inhabitants of New Zealand have an average of approximately €100 per person for spending on watches and jewelry. This is one of the results of the study "GfK Purchasing Power for Retail Product Lines 2017," which is now available. But the purchasing power for watches and jewelry differs substantially from region to region.
Europeans have an average of €13,937 per person available for spending and saving in 2017. This is one of the many results of GfK's newly released study, "GfK Purchasing Power Europe 2017". The available net income among the researched 42 countries varies enormously: Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Iceland have the highest average purchasing power, while Belarus, Moldova and the Ukraine have the lowest.
GfK has released its Europe Map Edition 2017/2018, which includes thousands of updates to the previous year's edition. The digital maps reveal Europe's current administrative and postcode boundaries. As such, they provide the basis for carrying out accurate geographic analyses in geomarketing software and BI systems.