Trends and insights in the global eyewear market


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Trends and insights in the global eyewear market 2014 powered by Passport From Euromonitor International


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What is passport Global Snapshot Contact Lenses Spectacles Passport: Eyewear data update for 2014


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Highlights for eyewear in 2014 Industry Snapshot New Insights: Global Snapshots


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Typical year of mergers and acquisitions in eyewear (2013) NEW INSIGHTS: Global Snapshots Jan 2013 Luxottica Group commenced a 10 year exclusive license agreement with Armani Group Aug 2013 Valeant Pharamaceuticals acquired Bausch + Lomb Nov 2013 Essilor acquired Costa Inc In Feb 2014, Essilor acquired Coastal contacts. Dec 2013 Marcolin acquired Viva International


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A new entrant in eyewear 2014 NEW INSIGHTS: Global Snapshots Jan 2014 GOOGLE teams up with vision care insurer VSP Mar 2014 GOOGLE and Luxottica announce strategic partnership for Glass Jul 2014 Alcon, Novartis entered an agreement with GOOGLE to license its ‘Smart Technology’ for ocular medical use


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What is passport Global Snapshot Contact Lenses Spectacles Passport: Eyewear data update for 2014


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Asia Pacific drives demand for cosmetic lenses NEW INSIGHTS: Contact Lenses Cosmetic Contact Lenses Retail value is estimated at USD 1.2 billion in 2014 North America 5% Latin America 2% West Europe 15% East Europe 4% Middle East & Africa Negligible Asia Pacific 74% Australasia Negligible Note: * Cosmetic Lens refers to all contact lens that are tinted or coloured.


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Cosmetic Lens is further split into Circle Lenses and Non-Circle Lenses. Circle contacts (or Big Eye Lens) have the color covering a majority of the contact, causing the color to go beyond the iris and manipulating the ratio between the iris and the eye. This gives the appearance of a larger Iris (the color around your eye). Circle lenses drives cosmetic sales NEW INSIGHTS: Contact Lenses Cosmetic Contact Lenses ~ USD 1.2 billion Cosmetic – Circle 74% Cosmetic – Non-Circle 26%


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MULTIFOCAL Made with multiple prescriptions all in one lens. Usually for people with presbyopia. Words associated with Multifocal include: Bifocal, Presbyopi and Progressive. TORIC Meant to correct astigmatism issues that arise from a different curvature of the cornea or lens in the eye. Words associated with Toric include: Astigmatism. SPHERICAL Meant to correct myopia (nearsightedness) or hyperopia (farsightedness). Spherical contact lenses can address mild astigmatism Spherical, toric and multi-focal contact lenses definitions NEW INSIGHTS: Contact Lenses


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Weekly/monthly takes lead with countries spherical and toric in developed NEW INSIGHTS: Contact Lenses WMD – Weekly/Monthly Disposable Contact Lenses DD – Daily Disposable Contact Lenses Developed Countries Weekly/Monthly Disposable Contact Lenses by Condition (Developed vs Emerging Markets) Emerging Countries Spherical Toric Multifocal


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Country and variant pricing differences NEW INSIGHTS: Spectacles RAY-BAN RB3025 62 AVIATOR Normal Polarized * Note that pricing data is based on a product found at a given outlet at point of data collection. Pricing should NOT be read as an aggregate of the product of a given country. Pricing in USD Difference between lowest & highest: $210.45 (270%)


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Readymade reading glasses driven by a handful of countries NEW INSIGHTS: Spectacles Readymade Reading Glasses are largely driven by a handful of countries (mostly developed), with the top 5 nations contributing more than half of global market value. Top 10 Market Size | Retail Value RSP | US$ mn | y-on-y exchange rate 51%


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Eye health indicators NEW INSIGHTS: Spectacles Eye health indicators | Historic 1 2 3 Eye health indicators are displayed at country level only.


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