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Report code : 1574
Asia-Pacific Eyewear Market Research Report, 2014 - 2020
Author(s) : Priyanka Bisht
Published Date: 31-Dec-2015 | No of Pages : 107 | No of Tables : 26
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Eyewear are corrective or protective devices which help to protect eyes from harmful radiations and enhance one’s overall look and appearance. Increasing number of elderly people would drive the demand of vision correction spectacles, as vision deteriorates with ageing, thereby creating the need for spectacles and other corrective eyewear. Owing to reduced birth and fertility rates, countries such as China and Japan are exhibiting a robust growth in number of old aged people, thereby generating a high demand for spectacles in Asia Pacific region. Moreover, the stylish consumers owing to their increasing awareness of fashion trends, are now preferring branded and international eyewear labels. Among the key Asian countries, in 2014, China occupied the highest revenue share in region. International brands are also expanding their foothold like never before in the Asia Pacific region, in a bid to explore the lucrative pockets in the region. For instance, prominent and leading companies such as Carl Zeiss have established a new center in China and India to cater to the market and expand their customer base. 

In Asia-Pacific region, men segment holds a major share in the eyewear market. However, the women’s segment is expected to witness a robust growth, registering a CAGR of 15.5 during the forecast period. Increasing trend of women purchasing multiple branded eyewear, coordinated perfectly with occasion and attire, has driven the growth of the eyewear market in the region. In 2014, Prada launched the new spring-summer 2014 eyewear collection for women. The collection launched by Prada, is incorporated with colourful and decorative gemstones on the frames, thereby aiming to offer a wide array of colourful sunglasses to the customers. Among product type, contact lenses segment would witness the highest growth in the region, owing to increased usage of disposable contact lenses by consumers. Based on mode of sale, the APAC eyewear market is segmented into online stores and retail stores. Retail mode of distribution would be the major revenue contributor to the Asia Pacific eyewear market throughout the forecast period. However, the online store segment is the fastest growing segment in the region, growing at a significant rate during the forecast period.

The Asia Pacific eyewear market is segmented into product type, end user, mode of sale and country.  The product type includes prescription glasses/spectacles, sunglasses and contact lenses. End user segment comprises men and women, whereas, online stores and retail stores are included in mode of sale segment. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the eyewear market of the Asia-Pacific region, which includes China, India, Japan, South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific.

KEY BENEFITS:

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the eyewear market in the Asia-Pacific region and offers current and future trends to identify lucrative investment pockets in the market
The report identifies key drivers, restraints and opportunities that shape the market and provide an impact analysis for the forecast period
Current and future trends are outlined to determine the overall attractiveness and highlight the profitable trends in order to gain a stronger foothold in the market
Market estimation of geographic segments is derived from the current market scenario and expected market trends
Porter’s five forces analysis highlights the potency of buyers and suppliers in this market 

Product launch and partnership are major developmental strategies adopted by the leading companies in the region to sustain their position in the dynamic market. For instance, in 2013, PhysIOL appointed Bausch + Lomb as its distributor for lenses, which include FineVision trifocal and FineVision trifocal toric hydrophilic, UV and blue-blocking, aspheric intraocular lenses across Asia, Middle East and Europe market. This partnership also complements Bausch + Lomb’s existing portfolio of lenses. The key market players profiled in the report include, Luxottica Group S.p.A, Essilor International S.A, Safilo Group S.p.A, GrandVision, Marcolin S.p.A, Johnson & Johnson, Inc., Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc., Prada S.p.A, Hoya Corporation and Carl Zeiss AG.

ASIA PACAFIC EYEMARKET MARKET SEGMENTS:

The Asia-Pacific eyewear market is segmented by product type, end-user, mode of sale, and country.

Market By Product Type

  • Prescription glasses/Spectacles
  • Sunglasses
  • Contact Lenses

Market By End User

  • Men
  • Women

Market By Mode of Sale

  • Retail Stores
  • Online Stores

Market By Country

  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Rest of Asia-Pacific

KEY PLAYERS:

  • Luxottica Group S.p.A
  • Essilor International S.A
  • Safilo Group S.p.A
  • GrandVision
  • Marcolin S.p.A
  • Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
  • Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc.
  • Prada S.p.A
  • Hoya Corporation
  • Carl Zeiss AG

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1    INTRODUCTION    

1.1    Report description    
1.2    Key benefits    
1.3    Market segmentation    
1.4    Research methodology    
1.4.1    Secondary research    
1.4.2    Primary research    
1.4.3    Analyst tools and models    

CHAPTER 2    MARKET OVERVIEW    

2.1    Executive summary    
2.2    CXO perspectives    
2.3    Market definition and scope    
2.4    Key findings    
2.4.1    Top impacting factors    
2.4.2    Top investment pockets
2.4.3    Top winning strategies
2.5    Value chain analysis    
2.6    Market share analysis, 2014    
2.7    Porter’s five forces analysis    
2.7.1    Large number of renowned market players, increases the bargaining power of buyers    
2.7.2    Limited number of quality raw material suppliers, increases the bargaining power of suppliers    
2.7.3    Presence of well-established market players, results in reduced threat of new entrants    
2.7.4    Availability of substitutes for few product segments, results in low threat from substitutes    
2.7.5    Fierce competition in the Asia Pacific eyewear market, leads to high rivalry among competitors    
2.8    Market dynamics    
2.8.1    Drivers    
2.8.1.1    Growing visual deficiency and eye defects    
2.8.1.2    Collaboration between different institutions to mitigate vision disorder in rural areas    
2.8.1.3    Rising living standards and growing fashion trends    
2.8.1.4    Ageing population    
2.8.2    Restraints    
2.8.2.1    Acceptance of laser surgeries    
2.8.3    Opportunities    
2.8.3.1    Demand for different variety of eyewear    

CHAPTER 3    APAC EYEWEAR MARKET BY PRODUCT TYPE   

3.1    Prescription glasses/Spectacles    
3.1.1    Key market trends    
3.1.2    Competitive scenario    
3.1.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
3.1.4    Market size and forecast
3.2    Sunglasses    
3.2.1    Key market trends    
3.2.2    Competitive scenario    
3.2.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
3.2.4    Market size and forecast
3.3    Contact lenses    
3.3.1    Key market trends    
3.3.2    Competitive scenario    
3.3.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
3.3.4    Market size and forecast    

CHAPTER 4    APAC EYEWEAR MARKET BY MODE OF SALE

4.1    Retail stores
4.1.1Key market trends    
4.1.2    Competitive scenario    
4.1.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
4.1.4    Market size and forecast    
4.2    Online stores    
4.2.1    Key market trends    
4.2.2    Competitive scenario    
4.2.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
4.2.4    Market size and forecast    

CHAPTER 5    APAC EYEWEAR MARKET BY END USER    

5.1    Men    
5.1.1    Key market trends    
5.1.2    Competitive scenario    
5.1.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
5.1.4    Market size and forecast    
5.2    Women    
5.2.1    Key market trends    
5.2.2    Competitive scenario    
5.2.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
5.2.4    Market size and forecast    

CHAPTER 6    APAC EYEWEAR MARKET BY COUNTRY    

6.1    China    
6.1.1    Key market trends    
6.1.2    Competitive scenario    
6.1.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
6.1.4    Market size and forecast    
6.2    India    
6.2.1    Key market trends    
6.2.2    Competitive scenario
6.2.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
6.2.4    Market size and forecast    
6.3    Japan
6.3.1    Key market trends    
6.3.2    Competitive scenario    
6.3.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
6.3.4    Market size and forecast    
6.4    South Korea    
6.4.1    Key market trends    
6.4.2    Competitive scenario    
6.4.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
6.4.4    Market size and forecast    
6.5    Rest of Asia-Pacific
6.5.1    Key market trends    
6.5.2    Competitive scenario    
6.5.3    Key growth factors and opportunities    
6.5.4    Market size and forecast    

CHAPTER 7    COMPANY PROFILE    

7.1    Luxottica Group S.p.A    
7.1.1    Company overview    
7.1.2    Company snapshot    
7.1.3    Business performance    
7.1.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.1.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Luxottica Group S.p.A
7.2    Carl Zeiss AG    
7.2.1    Company overview    
7.2.2    Company snapshot    
7.2.3    Business performance    
7.2.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.2.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Carl Zeiss AG    
7.3    Essilor International S.A.    
7.3.1    Company overview    
7.3.2    Company snapshot    
7.3.3    Business performance    
7.3.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.3.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Essilor International S.A.    
7.4    GrandVision    
7.4.1    Company overview    
7.4.2    Company snapshot    
7.4.3    Business performance    
7.4.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.4.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of GrandVision    
7.5    Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
7.5.1    Company overview    
7.5.2    Company snapshot    
7.5.3    Business performance    
7.5.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.5.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Johnson & Johnson, Inc.    
7.6    Safilo Group S.p.A    
7.6.1    Company overview    
7.6.2    Company snapshot    
7.6.3    Business performance    
7.6.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.6.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Safilo Group S.p.A
7.7    Prada S.p.A    
7.7.1    Company overview    
7.7.2    Company snapshot    
7.7.3    Business performance    
7.7.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.7.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Prada S.P.A    
7.8    Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc.    
7.8.1    Company overview    
7.8.2    Company snapshot    
7.8.3    Business performance    
7.8.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.8.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc.    
7.9    Marcolin S.p.A    
7.9.1    Company overview    
7.9.2    Company snapshot    
7.9.3    Business performance    
7.9.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.9.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Marcolin S.p.A    
7.10    Hoya Corporation    
7.10.1    Company overview    
7.10.2    Company snapshot    
7.10.3    Business Performance
7.10.4    Key strategies and developments    
7.10.5    SWOT analysis and strategic conclusion of Hoya Corporation    
 
LIST OF FIGURES

FIG. 1    TOP IMPACTING FACTORS    
FIG. 2    TOP INVESTMENT POCKETS    
FIG. 3    TOP WINNING STRATEGIES    
FIG. 4    VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
FIG. 5    MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2014    
FIG. 6    PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL
FIG. 7    GDP GROWTH IN MAJOR COUNTRIES, 2015    
FIG. 8    POPULATION AND AGEING GROWTH IN THE WORLD, 2010- 2019 (MILLION)    
FIG. 9    CHINA GDP PER CAPITA, 2009-2013    
FIG. 10 REVENUE OF LUXOTTICA GROUP S.P.A, INC., 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 11 SWOT ANALYSIS OF LUXOTTICA GROUP S.P.A
FIG. 12 REVENUE OF CARL ZEISS AG, 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 13 REVENUE OF CARL ZEISS AG BY BUSINESS SEGMENT (%), 2014    
FIG. 14 REVENUE OF CARL ZEISS AG BY REGION (%), 2014    
FIG. 15 SWOT ANALYSIS OF CARL ZEISS AG    
FIG. 16 REVENUE OF ESSILOR INTERNATIONAL S.A., 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 17 REVENUE OF ESSILOR INTERNATIONAL S.A. BY BUSINESS SEGMENT (%), 2014    
FIG. 18 REVENUE OF ESSILOR INTERNATIONAL S.A. BY REGION (%), 2014
FIG. 19 SWOT ANALYSIS OF ESSILOR INTERNATIONAL S.A.    
FIG. 20 REVENUE OF GRANDVISION, 2012-2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 21 REVENUE OF GRANDVISION BY BUSINESS SEGMENT (%), 2014    
FIG. 22 GROWTH IN NUMBER OF STORES OF GRANDVISION, 2012-2014    
FIG. 23 SWOT ANALYSIS OF GRANDVISION    
FIG. 24 REVENUE OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON, INC., 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 25 REVENUE OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON, INC. BY BUSINESS SEGMENT (%), 2014    
FIG. 26 SWOT ANALYSIS OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON, INC.    
FIG. 27 REVENUE OF SAFILO GROUP S.P.A, 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 28 REVENUE OF SAFILO GROUP S.P.A BY PRODUCT (%), 2014    
FIG. 29 REVENUE OF SAFILO GROUP S.P.A BY REGION (%), 2014
FIG. 30 SWOT ANALYSIS OF SAFILO GROUP S.P.A    
FIG. 31 REVENUE OF PRADA S.P.A, 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 32 REVENUE OF PRADA S.P.A., BY REGION (%), 2014    
FIG. 33 REVENUE OF PRADA S.P.A., BY BRAND (%), 2014    
FIG. 34 REVENUE OF PRADA S.P.A. BY DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL (%), 2014    
FIG. 35 SWOT ANALYSIS OF PRADA S.P.A    
FIG. 36 REVENUE OF VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS INTERNATIONAL, INC., 2013–2015 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 37 REVENUE OF VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS INTERNATIONAL, INC. BY OPERATING SEGMENT (%), 2014    
FIG. 38 REVENUE OF VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS INTERNATIONAL, INC. BY PRODUCT SEGMENT (%), 2014    
FIG. 39 SWOT ANALYSIS OF VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS INTERNATIONAL, INC.    
FIG. 40 REVENUE OF MARCOLIN S.P.A, 2012–2014 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 41 REVENUE OF MARCOLIN S.P.A, BY REGION (%), 2014    
FIG. 42 SWOT ANALYSIS OF MARCOLIN S.P.A    
FIG. 43 REVENUE OF HOYA CORPORATION 2013–2015 ($MILLION)    
FIG. 44 REVENUE OF HOYA CORPORATION, BY SEGMENTS (%), 2015    
FIG. 45 SWOT ANALYSIS OF HOYA CORPORATION    

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1    ASIA PACIFIC EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014–2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 2    ASIA PACIFIC EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY PRODUCT TYPE, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)
TABLE 3    ASIA PACIFIC PRESCRIPTION GLASSES/SPECTACLE MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 4    ASIA PACIFIC SUNGLASSES MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 5    ASIA PACIFIC CONTACT LENSES MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 6    ASIA PACIFIC EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY MODE OF SALE 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 7    ASIA PACIFIC RETAIL STORES EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014–2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 8    ASIA PACIFIC ONLINE STORES EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014–2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 9    APAC EYEWEAR MARKET BY END USER, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 10 APAC MEN EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014–2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 11 APAC WOMEN EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, 2014–2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 12 CHINA EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY END USER, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)
TABLE 13 INDIA EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY END USER, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)
TABLE 14 JAPAN EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY END USER, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)
TABLE 15 SOUTH KOREA EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY END USER, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 16 REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC EYEWEAR MARKET REVENUE BY END USER, 2014-2020 ($MILLION)    
TABLE 17 SNAPSHOT OF LUXOTTICA GROUP S.P.A    
TABLE 18 SNAPSHOT OF CARL ZEISS AG    
TABLE 19 SNAPSHOT OF ESSILOR INTERNATIONAL S.A.    
TABLE 20 SNAPSHOT OF GRANDVISION    
TABLE 21 SNAPSHOT OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON, INC.    
TABLE 22 SNAPSHOT OF SAFILO GROUP S.P.A    
TABLE 23 SNAPSHOT OF PRADA S.P.A    
TABLE 24 SNAPSHOT OF VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS INTERNATIONAL, INC.    
TABLE 25 SNAPSHOT OF MARCOLIN S.PA    
TABLE 26 SNAPSHOT OF HOYA CORPORATION


The Asia-Pacific eyewear market has exhibited a robust growth in the recent past. The eyewear market in countries such as China, India and South Korea, provides lucrative growth opportunities for prominent market players. The market is expected to witness a strong growth in the coming years owing to increasing vision challenges and eye sight issues, among elderly people and young adults. In the current scenario, teenagers and young working professionals invest a lot of time on digital devices such as cell phones, desktops and laptops, which inadvertently strains the eyes. This has led to the growing need of vision correction eyewear. Moreover, the increasing adoption of western culture has influenced the buying and spending pattern of customers. Individuals now prefer to buy branded eyewear as these have attained a status determinant position, thereby fostering the growth of the market in Asia-Pacific region.
 
The APAC eyewear market is poised to grow at a significant rate over the next 5 years. Factors such as growing purchasing power and improving lifestyles of people in the region, are key growth drivers for the eyewear market. The youth population in countries such as India, have become stylish and increasingly aware of the latest fashion fads, thereby generating a growing demand for stylish sunglasses and spectacles. Individuals are putting their best foot forward by experimenting with different looks, accentuated by colorful and trendy designer eyewear. With international brands foraying into the lucrative Asian market, consumers are now preferring to don quality and international eyewear. Additionally, growing female working population in the region, has led them towards owning multiple eyewear brands. The online sales of eyewear is gaining traction as the consumers can browse through multiple online platforms, offering a wide variety of eyewear at discounted prices.
 
Several companies operating in the Asia Pacific eyewear market have adopted product launch and partnership & acquisition as their key growth strategies for sustaining themselves amidst the stiff competition in the market. In an effort to establish a strong foothold in the emerging markets, leading players are now setting up new facilities in the region. For instance, in 2015, Carl Zeiss, a leading name in the optics and optoelectronics industry, established a new headquarter in China. The new facility has the Shanghai Innovation Department, which is the Group’s first corporate innovation and R&D department situated outside Germany. With this expansion, the company aims to offer new and innovative eyewear products.

 


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