South Africa - Consumers and Sustainability 2014 Single Site License

South Africa - Consumers and Sustainability 2014 Single Site License

 

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  • Single Division Site License: Includes PDF, PPT with access to charts and site rights for internal network usage across one company division/location.
    Price: $7,500

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80+ pages of data and analysis, including charts, graphs, and illustrations!NMI's Sustainability Consumer Trends Database® is the industry's most comprehensive tool to measure consumers' integration of personal and planetary health across their lifestyles - from food and beverage to home care to durables and lifestyle activities. For the past 13 years, a wide range of clients have leveraged this insight to better understand their consumer target, develop new targets, and measure scores of attitudes and behaviors for those groups.

This Sustainability report is packed full of trends and analysis to help companies understand how these major cultural shifts identify opportunities for their business. Profiling the hottest consumer trends, this new December 2014 report offers over 80 pages of data and analysis, including charts, graphs, and illustrations comparing and contrasting consumer segments, demographic groups, product users, and more!

South Africa 2014 ― Consumers and Sustainability is NMI's comprehensive report on the state of health and sustainability specifically in the country of South Africa. The research was conducted to gain a fuller understanding of consumer attitudes and behaviors in South Africa on the topics of health, environmental friendliness, sustainability, and corporate accountability.

This country report uncovers insights unique to the South African consumer base and examines the motivations and challenges which drive consumers to be more environmentally and socially responsible. In addition, the report reveals what they feel is their role and the role of those doing business in South Africa. Water conservation, access to clean drinking water, quality of education and poverty in South Africa are top of mind for these consumers. Find out what else is on their minds.

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