While consumption has fallen, self-reported consumer spend remains steady. IWSR analyses the market forces at play.
IWSR looks to answer this question with the publication of an in-depth assessment of beverage alcohol consumption and consumer behaviour in 2020
New IWSR forecasts show greater resilience than initially projected, with positive news on impending vaccine potentially pushing beverage alcohol recovery even further
Innovation is sustaining brands during Covid-19, but producers are having to radically rethink where and how these products are sold
Heritage and provenance play a vital role in the development of beverage categories, but they offer no guarantee of achieving global success without the support and investment of multinational drinks companies.
In markets around the world, one of the legacies of Covid-19 will be a consumer now proficient in buying beverage alcohol online
A new form of at-home badge drinking in emerging markets is allowing consumers to down-trade financially without down-trading socially
Despite the current unpredictability and the economic uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic, the beverage alcohol industry is showing real pockets of resilience
IWSR assesses the impact of Covid-19 on six key macro trends driving and shaping the global beverage alcohol industry
The one-, three- and five-year plans that brand owners put together in the autumn of 2019 will now seem mostly irrelevant in our new world. How are brand owners reassessing their channel distribution?
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