The "Consumer Electronics
: A Global Market Outlook" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
On the basis of product type, the global consumer electronics
market is segmented into televisions, handheld devices, personal computers (laptops, desktops), cameras and camcorders, audio/video devices (portable MP3 players, set-top-box, music systems, accessories), personal care products (shavers, hair dryers), and gaming consoles.
ft., Kohinoor's Consumer Electronics
Show has been one of the biggest consumer shows in India and is determined to be the key attraction at the Mumbai International Consumer Fair.
According to a report by Business Monitor International (BMI), the UAE was ranked first in the regional consumer electronics
market business environment in 2009.
While, global consumer electronics
and durables industry is growing at about 10 per cent CAGR and is currently estimated at about Rs 16 lakh crore and is likely to cross Rs 21 lakh crore mark by 2015, according to the study.
Organized by ITEN Media in association with the Consumer Electronics
and Appliances Manufacturers Association of India (CEAMA), HES-New Delhi is supported by the leading industry associations including CEA (The Consumer Electronics
Association of USA which owns and produces the International CES, the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow), CCPIT (The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade), ELCINA (Electronic Industries Association of India) & ICA (The Indian Cellular Association).
Nine out of 10 consumers believe it's important to recycle electronic devices and 63% of consumers know where to recycle the items, a study from the Consumer Electronics
The UAE's consumer electronics
market is one of the largest in the Gulf and according to some estimates, accounts for 40 per cent of regional spending.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 20 2019] The airport retailing consumer electronics
market is foreseen to expand at a significant pace with global revenues crossing US$ 1,700 Mn in 2017 , according to a new study.
But in either case, the "returns epidemic" makes it clear that we, as an industry, must re-examine the way high-end consumer electronics