19 September 2017

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The UK Consumer Electronics retail market was worth £16.1bn in 2016, having grown 3.1% from 2015.

With nine major product categories, there are a number of trends influencing the overall market size and its development.
Various stages of the product lifecycle are found within the market, and within individual product categories. The overall trend found, is that expenditure on consumer electronics in the UK is increasing.

More than a year on from the vote to leave the European Union, there is still a large degree of uncertainty in the political and economic future of the UK. Decisions made leading to the UK’s exit from the European Union in March 2019 may shape the future of the British economy, affecting future consumer spending on electronics, and the economy as a whole.

This report provides an overview of Futuresource’s H1 2017 research on the consumer electronics market, highlighting major themes found in the British market.

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