Global Blood Pressure Monitoring Equipment And Accessories Market 2020 to 2025 Top Countries Data, Growth Pattern and Analyzing Impacts Of COVID-19

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Dec 02, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The latest research report titled Global Blood Pressure Monitoring Equipment And Accessories Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 demonstrates a thorough executive synopsis of the industry over the globe. The report focuses on target groups of customers to help players effectively market their products and achieve strong sales in the global Blood Pressure Monitoring Equipment And Accessories market. The report studies the market basic introduction and description of the market. It gives the information on the key drivers, constraints, and opportunity evaluation for the report readers/viewers to get a current market scenario. The report segregates useful and relevant market information as per the business needs of players. The research includes the absolute growth revenue value of the market across the globe over the forecast period 2020-2025.

The report shows validated and revalidated market forecast figures such as CAGR, market revenue, production, consumption, and market share. The vendor landscape is also analyzed in-depth to reveal current and future market challenges and business tactics adopted by leading companies to tackle them. The report serves industry value and volume prognosis. This report is comprehensive numerical analyses of the global Blood Pressure Monitoring Equipment And Accessories industry and provides data for making strategies to increase market growth and success. It also estimates the market size, price, revenue, gross margin and market share, cost structure, and growth rate.

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NOTE: Our analysts monitoring the situation across the globe explains that the market will generate remunerative prospects for producers post COVID-19 crisis. The report aims to provide an additional illustration of the latest scenario, economic slowdown, and COVID-19 impact on the overall industry.

The research covers the current market size of the market and its growth rates based on records with the company outline of key players/manufacturers: Omron Healthcare, Welch Allyn, American Diagnostic Corporation, Koninklijke Philips N.V., Withings SA, Schiller AG, A&D Medical, Spacelabs Healthcare, SPENGLER, SunTech Medical, GE Healthcare

By the product type, the market is primarily split into: Automatic Sphygmomanometer, Ambulatory Sphygmomanometer, Blood Pressure Sensor, Blood Pressure Meter Accessories

By the end-users/application, the market report covers the following segments: , Hospitals, Clinics, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Home Care Settings, Others

Major countries play a vital role in the market: North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia), South America (Brazil, Argentina), Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and South Africa)

How Will This Report Benefit Potential Stakeholders?

The report gives figurative estimations for upcoming years on the basis of the recent developments and historic data. Researchers have used top-down and bottom-up approaches for gathering information and estimating revenue for all segments. On the basis of data collected from primary and secondary research and trusted data sources the report will help both existing and new aspirants for the

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How Retailers Can Reinvent Shopping With Data And Mobile

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This holiday season, retailers have an opportunity to completely reinvent the online/offline experience forever by taking shopping closer to the consumer. They already have the technology in place to do it.

A Different Holiday Shopping Season

It’s clear that the 2020 holiday shopping season will be different as shoppers and retailers plan for a time of uncertainty and social distancing. A Google-commissioned Ipsos survey found that 74% of U.S. shoppers said they plan to shop online more than they have done in previous seasons. Shoppers will still visit stores, but retailers should not expect a stampede of eager shoppers on big shopping days such as Black Friday. Many shoppers will look to services such as curbside pickup to minimize exposure to other people. (In fact, Salesforce predicts that stores retailers offering some sort of pickup service will see a 90% increase in digital sales over the previous holiday season.) And those who do venture inside the store will want to navigate the retail floor as quickly as they can.

Retailers are already adjusting to these expectations in a number of ways. Walmart announced digital Black Friday sales across November, and Home Depot has basically declared the entire shopping season a digital Black Friday. Many big retailers are beefing up their services such as curbside, with Target announcing additional contactless payment services in stores and outside.

At the same time, retailers still expect shoppers to come to them — whether it’s to the store or to their websites. What if retailers took the shopping experience to the consumer?

Data-Fueled Pop-Up Stores

For instance, what if retailers, armed with hyperlocal data about shopping preferences in different cities and neighborhoods, were to offer pop-up stores with holiday-themed merchandise and special deals available in neighborhoods carefully selected for safe social distancing?

Pop-up stores are not new. Businesses have relied on them for years to test new products, capitalize on events by selling associated merchandise and bypass the strictures that come with either owning physical property or paying rent and other associated costs. Pop-up stores are often associated with small, nimble brands. However, Walmart has experimented with the pop-up store format for years. In 2019, Target operated a holiday-themed pop-up store near New York’s Chelsea Market featuring merchandise and experiences such as an Instagram-ready photo booth.

But the pop-up store can be so much more if retailers harness the value of customer data and put mobile to work in a more targeted way. Picture this scenario:

• A retailer such as Target or Walmart mines its customer purchasing data to design a pop-up experience customized for local tastes. A pop-up store in the Chicago suburb of Naperville might feature family-friendly holiday merchandise tailored to local tastes (with special deals for snow shovels to keep the suburban driveways clear), but only 35 miles away, another pop-up store might cater to the tastes of the largely Hispanic Pilsen neighborhood

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Black Friday shopping dropped 52% in US stores, while online sales rose by 22%, according to data



calendar: Stores like Macy's opened on Black Friday, but some stayed closed and urged people to shop online. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images


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Stores like Macy’s opened on Black Friday, but some stayed closed and urged people to shop online. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images

Retail stores were emptier than usual on Black Friday, as more than half the crowds who usually shop in person stayed home, according to a data tracker.

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Sensormatic Solutions reported that US stores saw 52.1% less foot traffic than the same day in 2019. As infections from the Coronavirus pandemic rise around the world, some retailers kept their doors closed. Others reduced the number of shoppers who were allowed to be in store. Photos of malls around the country showed empty stores. 

Brian Field, Sensormatic’s senior director of global retail consulting, said in a press release: “Due to COVID-19 and social distancing requirements, shoppers were more purposeful in their in-person Black Friday shopping, causing significantly less crowds than we’ve seen in the past.”

He said that this was compounded by retailers not offering as many “in-store doorbusters”, as well as the increasing adoption of e-commerce.

In-store traffic declined most on Thanksgiving Day, falling 94.9%. For the entire Thanksgiving week, in-store shopping fell 45.2%, according to the release.



a store inside of a building: Many stores had far fewer shoppers than usual on Thanksgiving week. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images


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Many stores had far fewer shoppers than usual on Thanksgiving week. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images

Said Field: “Many well-known retailers elected to close on Thanksgiving this year to prevent crowds in stores and give their hard-working employees more time with their families. Additionally, with Black Friday deals being spread throughout the holiday season, the typical holiday traffic peaks are flattening, with more days sharing importance throughout the season.”

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention listed in-person shopping as a “higher risk” activity during the pandemic, and urged shoppers to switch to online buying. Adobe Analytics said online shopping grew 22% on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, when retailers big and small roll out deals to jumpstart holiday sales, according to CNBC.

Taylor Schreiner, a director at Adobe Digital Insights, told CNBC: “New consoles, phones, smart devices and TVs that are traditional Black Friday purchases are sharing online shopping cart space this year with unorthodox Black Friday purchases such as groceries, clothes, and alcohol, that would previously have been purchased in-store.”

Even with the Coronavirus pandemic, Sensormatic expects holiday shopping to pick up in stores during December. 

“As we approach Super Saturday, December 19, and corresponding shipping deadlines, we expect to see some of the in-store traffic that didn’t materialize on Black Friday appear as consumers wrap up their holiday shopping and make last-minute purchases,” said Field.

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