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U.K. Garden Product Retailing Intensive Study of Best Trends of Players, Consumers and Market

2017 promises to be a year of significant change for garden retailing. Bunnings, B&M and Wilko will emphasise everyday low prices, while B&Q will play to its strengths as a place where novice gardeners can get something to cheer up their plots easily.


Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/13/2017 -- In the current phase, the garden product retailing sector is growing due to the rise in the spending habits of favorable customer groups. Focusing on this huge opportunity, a new report has been added to the vast repository of Market Research Hub (MRH), with the titled ''Garden Product Retailing - UK - May 2017''. This evaluation aims to offer a decisive study of the primary factors such as the present market conditions, alongside the revelation of the behavior of potential consumers and top manufacturers. It also estimates the revenue and the growth rate in each region during the forecast period till 2021.

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In the current times, the garden product retailing sector is turning diverse with many elements wherein products demand is rising steadily especially online. The report begins by introducing the definition of the sector, alongside the broad segments of the applications and classifications. Later, the executive summary introspects the consumer spending on garden products, from 2011 to 2021, purchasing behavior of people over 65 between 2016 and 2021. Moreover, the data on company and brand analysis; rapid growth of online sales of garden goods as well as the distribution of garden products, is available. This report evaluates each parameter considering the type of retailer, acquisition drives the growth of the chains, while also mentioning Wyevale as the largest garden center chain.

Additionally, the study explains in detail about the leading players and growth of emerging sectors, such as the turnover of specialist garden centers, between 2011 and 2015. The latest trends such as changes in the DIY sector placing more pressure on price, and Argos benefitting from the relationship with its new owner as well as Sainsbury's need to add in-store restaurants and caf├ęs, are all available. Similarly, the consumer studies that depict 49% improving their gardens in 2016, alongside 67% of household owners with a garden or outside space buying gardening goods, help to prioritize each business goal wisely.

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In the concluding section, the study deals with the most important issues in this sector such as shoppers online intentions, while the competitive strategies, as well as advertising and marketing activities, are also depicted aptly. Similarly, the evaluation of the consumer, huge range of competitors, market drivers as well as age-wise behavior makes the study very engaging. Retailers used for specific products, factors affecting the choice of the retailer as well as attitudes concerning garden are also available. Thus, the study contains resourceful tips on the specific products, factors and attitudes regarding gardening which can help in gaining maximum revenues.

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