Syndicated Trend Reports
Trends and Innovation in Mobile Accessories
Based on exploration of over 2000 new accessories released since 2011 (+CES 2012) and a market analysis of major market trends characterizing this growing market of mobile accessories– TrendsSpotting Trends Research company has identified about 150 recent released products that can reflect new emerging trends in mobile accessories.
The report analyzes the major consumer trends and design characteristics represented by the product innovations.
TrendsSpotting has profiled the market according to 4 categories: Protective solutions, Charging solutions, Entertainment and Smart solutions integrating apps with hardware.
The innovations explored in this new report “Trends and Innovations in Mobile Accessories” are each profiled according to Product Categories and their subcategories, Consumer Trends Classification and User Experience Classifications.
At the end of the report you can find Market Research Review (major players, market statistics), Consumer & Design Trend review.
The report is presented in 100-designed PPT slides illustrating the major trends. Each trend’s slide includes product images, names of brands and companies, and current consumer prices.
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Quoting Bloomberg “The worst U.S. recession in five decades probably eased in the second quarter as trade and government stimulus mitigated the damage from declines in housing, inventories and consumer and business spending”.
President Obama is similarly optimistic declaring that “the worst may be over in the economic crisis”.
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TrendsSpotting research presented in this report was conducted on advertising campaigns featuring throughout year 2008 until 2009 Super Bowl.
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In this report we present the actual campaigns falling under each strategy and discuss their advantages and risks. Introducing research on past recessions and the views of distinguished marketing analysts will allow a deep understanding of the challenges advertising is facing today.
In the Report “Five Dominating Advertising Approaches Dealing with Recession” TrendsSpotting provides business insights for advertising strategists seeking an optimal approach to manage brands in times of recession.