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Southeast Asia: A Region on the RISE
By Ian Bell, head of tissue and hygiene research, Euromonitor International
Published March 26, 2014
The diaper category is driving the Southeast Asia boom, boosted by a young demographic profile and rising incomes. Read More »
Ethics, Big Brands and Novel Solutions
By Ian Bell, Euromonitor
Published December 1, 2011
Euromonitor's Ian Bell emphasizes the importance of maintaining and developing ethical footing in emerging markets. Read More »
By Magdalena Kondej, Head of Household Care Research for Euromonitor International
Published April 12, 2010
POTENTIAL AND CHALLENGES FOR WIPES MANUFACTURERS Read More »
By Adrian Atterby, Euromonitor International
Published February 6, 2008
After a period of sustained development, global value sales of household cleaning wipes have stagnated recently. Even in markets where consumers have access to the highest levels of disposable income, such as North America or Western Europe, sales h… Read More »
By Adrian Atterby, Euromonitor International
Published November 8, 2007
proliferation of premium products now as important as volume growth in some developing countries Read More »
MENA Region Continues to Mean Growth
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published June 9, 2014
As new capacity comes onstream, the Middle East/North Africa region will mean great things for nonwovens. Read More »
“Don’t Baby Me”
By Steve Callahan, President, Perimeter Brand Packaging
Published September 26, 2013
A Consumer Insights Study on Beauty Wipes Packaging Read More »
Published August 9, 2013
Focus on business strategy and product innovation. Read More »
Published June 12, 2012
Sani Professional takes home WOW award. Read More »
By Susan Stransbury, Contributor
Published September 15, 2009
Wipes find an audience, both young and old, alike. Read More »