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Household Appliances and Products

Market research which considers buying habits, brand attitudes and reputation.
Key Unit Contacts

Paul Giles 
Senior Manager Market Research Unit
pgiles@bis.com.au

Ruth O’Grady 
Associate Director Market Research Unit
rogrady@bis.com.au


Household Appliances Reports

The primary objective of The Household Appliances Market in Australia is to provide a comprehensive picture of the appliances sector, from the perspective of both consumers and retailers. The study includes a detailed analysis of appliance consumers, as well as an investigation of retailer trends, and a detailed discussion on the economy and how it will effect retail demand in coming years.

This 2011 study includes three volumes covering kitchens, climate control systems and hot water systems.

 

 

 



BIS Shrapnel is undertaking the fifth edition of its report, The Barbecues Market in Australia, to meet the market information needs of a product that lacks good quality data. The study is presented in one volume, which covers the following products, gas barbecues, solid fuel barbecues and electric barbecues.

BIS Shrapnel is undertaking the fifth edition of its power tools report, to meet the market information needs of a product that lacks good quality market data. The study includes two volumes: Power Tools and Garden Power Tools.


The study is presented in one volume and includes fixed/connected filters and portable filters. The catalyst for this report was a series of requests for detailed market information regarding water filters. When coupled with the current national focus on water issues, it was timely for a comprehensive analysis of the water filter market in Australia.

BIS Shrapnel is launching a new service for clients who wish to engage with tradesmen, and gather invaluable research feedback from this cohort.

 

 


BIS Shrapnel is now offering an Organisational Health Check service for the business-to-business sector. We will produce an Organisational Health Check measuring business community awareness, perception, recognition, attitude and behaviour towards your organisation.