Food Shoppers offers an in-depth look into the values driving affluent
food shoppers and highlights the differences between the in-store choices of affluent
and other food shoppers.
Despite the recent trade dispute with the US, the number of Chinese affluent
individuals has been growing at a healthy pace.
Archambaud-Chao Percy Henry Junior, Executive Director of Affluent
Partners Holdings Limited, said, "Since last year, the Group has been gradually maintained expansion in real estate investment business through the strategic investment and financial services segment.
In general, affluent
youth tend to be more depressed, more anxious, and more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol (Luthar and Barkin, 2012; Mousseau et al., 2016; Pedersen, Bakken, and Soest, 2014; Randall, Bohnert, and Travers, 2015).
A leading Hong Kong group, Affluent
Partners is mainly engaged in operating strategic investments and financial services with a large network in China and across Asia.
ECONOMIC STORMSWhile affluent
consumers are generally seen as resilient and can weather economic storms, a recent study by Kantar World Panel, which tracks real-time household purchase behaviour, suggests otherwise.The study, launched in 2013, tracks household purchase behaviour representative of household demographics in Kenya.
Dubai: Supported by strong personal earnings growth in the UAE, the emerging affluent
segment of the population in the country is experiencing faster social and economic upward mobility compared to many emerging markets peers, according to a recent study by Standard Chartered.
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of emerging affluent
consumers in Pakistan are experiencing upward social mobility, a new Standard Chartered study shows.
An Emerging Affluent
Study 2018 - Climbing the Prosperity Ladder - of Standard Chartered Bank examined views of 11,000 emerging affluent
consumers - individuals who are earning enough to save and invest - from 11 markets across Asia, Africa and Middle East.
The term 'emerging affluent
' defines a group of people in fast-growing economies in Asia, Africa and the Middle East who are accumulating wealth and rapidly improving their personal wellbeing.
The proportion of households earning PS100,000 or more who have bought luxury items in the last year has increased from 56% in 2017 to 69%, the YouGov Affluent
Perspective study shows.
Regarding amenity priorities in residential compounds, 60% of affluent
and 61% of B class clients seek green areas, while 18% of the A class and 17% of the B class have a need for malls.