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MTW Research have published a brand new, mailing and telemarketing list with this database representing more than 90% of the UK Garden Centres market in 2009. This multi-use database is available to purchase by any company directly involved in the UK garden products market.
Updated in July 2009 with full data compliance and no limitations on usage, the database offers excellent value for money for all garden product manufacturers who are seeking to increase sales through this channel in 2009.
The database includes full company name, address and telephone number for more than 2,200 Garden Centres and Nurseries, estimated to account for more than 90% of this channel’s sales in the UK Garden products industry.
With more than 2,200 senior decision maker/head of purchasing contact names, the database provides instant, quality sales leads for garden equipment suppliers to target. This unique listing is available only from MTW Research.
This Database Includes:-
Garden Centre Turnover Estimate Breakdown:-
Whilst the recession continues to impact the UK Garden Centre Market in mid 2009, clement weather during May and June is indicated to have underpinned the market in a number of key product sectors including garden furniture, barbecues, seeds and bulbs, garden tools and chemicals.
This database provides key sales leads for suppliers seeking to increase market share of the Garden Centres market. Representing more than 90% of the sector in 2009, the Garden Centres database offers excellent value for money and is available to purchase exclusively from MTW Research.
The UK Garden Centres Market in 2009…
The following chart illustrates our estimates of the UK Garden Centres market sales from 2004 with forecasts to 2012:-
The UK Garden Centre market represents an increasingly competitive environment, with lower levels of consumer confidence resulting in rising pressure on prices. In addition, a rapid slowdown in the housing market has also deflated sales in a sector where house moving represents a key stimulus for purchase of a number of garden products. Differentiation in terms of product and marketing support has become increasingly important and sources indicate that garden centres are increasingly seeking suppliers who are able to offer ‘added-value’ in terms of products and service in order to combat the ‘flight to price’ by consumers.
In terms of market structure, the garden centres channel remains fragmented. Research undertaken by MTW during the compilation of this database found that the independent garden centres remain a key target market for garden product manufacturers, with almost 80% of the market accounted for by garden centres with a turnover of less than £1 million in 2009.
The chart below illustrates the structure of the UK Garden Centres market in 2009:-
Key Benefits of this Database Include:-
Prices for this Multi-Use Database are as follows:-