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Global Consumer Outlook: Finding growth in 2024 and beyond

with Alex Mackle and Marcos Casarin | Online | March 6, 2024

Global consumer spending will continue to grow this year, despite the general economic slowdown. But as demand weakens and consumers’ tolerance for higher prices wanes, retailers will have to rely more on volumes expansion to match last year’s sales performance. In this webinar, we dig into the economic outlook to find pockets of growth in consumer spending markets across countries, cities and different categories of spending.

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Travel growth to continue to defy economic slowdown

with Helen McDermott and Chloe Parkins | Online | October 11, 2023

International travel recovery has continued throughout 2023 to date and is set for further growth into 2024 despite slowdown and considerable uncertainty in key economic drivers. Consumers are prioritising travel experiences over other discretionary spending while some continued rebalancing of domestic and international travel is evident. We will also explore the extent to which emerging market demand will become a key driver.

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Brighter skies ahead for global air passenger demand

with Stephen Rooney and Paulos Ashebir Lakew | Online | March 21, 2023

While the economic slowdown is weighing on air passenger demand growth in advanced economies, excess savings will continue to allow realisation and prioritisation of some lingering pent-up demand. Domestic passenger volumes are expected to return to pre-pandemic levels this year in a number of markets, including the US. Growth will now be more evident for emerging markets, and notably for China with a clear timeline for re-opening now established and some uptick in outbound travel demand already evident as a result.

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