Key highlights from IWSR's latest Covid-19 Market Impact Snapshot report
IWSR assesses whether the hard seltzer category has morphed into a lifestyle movement, and if so, what implications does this have for brand owners competing in this space?
Is Diageo’s acquisition of Aviation Gin a sign that M&A activity within the drinks industry is back on track?
With the onset of Covid-19, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) inevitably took a back seat as companies focused on operational activities.
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
In July 2020, the first non-alcoholic bar opened in Japan. IWSR looks at what is driving the segment in the world’s 4th largest non-alcoholic beer market
Younger LDA consumers are increasingly being drawn to beverage alcohol products that embody converging trends around wellbeing, provenance and environmental awareness
As ecommerce develops into a critical channel for alcohol sales, IWSR looks at what legislative repercussions there might be in markets such as the EU, US and India
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?
Global alcohol consumption grew last year, however, new IWSR research forecasts that Covid-19 will push 2019 volume gains back by 5 years
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