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Indian Beauty Salon and Spa Industry (2012-2017) - Market Research Reports India

Indian Beauty Salon and Spa Industry: Trends & Opportunities (2012-2017)

Publish Date:Dec 2012
No. of Pages:62

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US$ 800.00

The beauty services consumption in India has been increasing exponentially since last couple of years. Consumers are becoming more aspiration driven which has led to evolution of concept of grooming and beauty for both male and female segment in order to enhance their appearances. The spa segment which is a new entrant to the beauty and wellness industry has well integrated itself. Consumers are ready to pay a premium to pamper themselves with the spa services.

Rising affluence of middleclass segment has upgraded their consumption lifestyle and increased their willingness to buy beauty products and services. Beauty and spa service providers have started expanding to Tier II and Tier III cities as these markets provide similar potential as their metro counterparts. Operational costs for service providers are also lower in these comparatively smaller towns. Service providers have also started exploring new venues for rejuvenation like airports and hotels. These spas offer 15 or 30-minute dry foot massage, shoulder and back massage, etc. Burgeoning wellness tourism which is supported by Ministry of Tourism has also boosted the industry.

The beauty services and spa industry of India has been witnessing increased number of international players. The market which was earlier women centric has started concentrating on male grooming and is coming up with large numbers of unisex salons. Existing players in the market are adopting franchisee route for expansion. The growth showcased by the industry has also caught the interest of private-equity and venture-capital investors who are funding expansion plans of businesses in the segment.

The beauty salon and spa industry like any other industry faces certain challenges. Some of these challenges that are plaguing growth potential are lack of skilled manpower, organized training institutes, increased operational costs, etc. These challenges have been discussed in detail in the report and analyst recommendations have also been included.

The report gives an in-depth analysis of the Indian beauty salon and spa industry. It also assesses the key opportunities in the industry and analyzes the external macroeconomic condition for effective working of business by using PEST analysis. It discusses current and expected growth drivers for the industry in the forecasted period (2012-17). Further, key players of the industry have been profiled and growth of the industry has been predicted taking into consideration the previous growth patterns, the growth drivers and the current and future trends.

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1. Executive Summary

2. Wellness Industry in India

2.1 Industry Structure
2.2 Market Size
2.3 Wellness Products Industry
2.4 Wellness Services Industry

3. Hair and Beauty Salon Industry

3.1 Market Size
3.2 Market Trends
3.2.1 Growth in Unisex Salons
3.2.2 Entry of International Players
3.2.3 Preference of Franchisee Model
3.2.4 Raising Private Equity Funds for Expansion
3.2.5 Rise in Demand of Store-in-Store Salons

4. Spa Market in India

4.1 Market Size
4.2 Market Trends
4.2.1 Entry of International Players
4.2.2 Rejuvenation Space at Malls and Airports
4.2.3 Burgeoning Wellness Tourism
4.2.4 Private Equity Transactions

5. Drivers & Challenges

5.1 Drivers
5.2 Challenges

6. PEST Analysis

7. Competitive Landscape

7.1 Wellness Industry
7.2 Hair & Beauty Salon Industry
7.2.1 Lakme Beauty Salons
7.2.2 Jawed Habib Hair & Beauty
7.2.3 L’oreal Professionnel Salons

7.3 Spa Industry

7.3.1 The Four Fountains Spa
7.3.2 Birla Pacific Medspa Limited
7.3.3 Floriana Group (Chandan Sparsh)
7.3.4 Ananda Spa

8. Recommendations

9. About Us
Figure 1:Wellness Industry Structure
Figure 2:Wellness Industry in India, Market Size, 2007-2011(US$ Billion)
Figure 3:Wellness Industry in India, Market Size Forecast, 2012E-2017E (US$ Billion)
Figure 4: Break-up of Wellness Industry in India, 2008-2012E
Figure 5: Wellness Industry Segmentation by Category: (2011)
Figure 6: Beauty Care Industry Break-Up, 2011
Figure 7: Break-up of Fitness and Slimming Market in India, 2011
Figure 8: Health and Wellness Foods and Beverages Market in India, 2011
Figure 9: Wellness Products Industry in India, 2008-2011 (US$ Billion)
Figure 10:Wellness Services Industry in India, 2008-2011 (US$ Billion)
Figure 11:Hair and Beauty Salon Industry, Market Size, 2007-2011 (US$ Billion)
Figure 12:Indian Salon Industry, Market Size Forecast, 2012E-2020E (US$ Billion) 
Figure 13:Total Number of Organized Salons in India, 2007-2012
Figure 14:Male teenager's Expenditure per month on cosmetics, 2000 vs. 2011 (US$)
Figure 15:Spa Industry in India, Market Size, 2007-2011 (US$ Million)
Figure 16:Spa Industry in India, Market Size Forecast, 2012E-2017E
Figure 17:Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 2004-2012 (Million)
Figure 18:Personal Expenditure (Discretionary and Non-discretionary)
Figure 19:Cosmetic/skincare Audience, 2011
Figure 20:Cosmetic/skincare Audience, 2011
Figure 21:Population Distribution in Urban Area, 2011 (Millions)
Figure 22:Manpower Requirement in Beauty Industry (2011 vs. 2022)
Figure 23:Cost Structure of Wellness Service Provider, % of revenue(2011)
Figure 24:Real GDP Growth, 2006-2012
Figure 25:Population of India, 1951-2011 (Millions)
Figure 26:Urban Population Growth Rate in India, 2002-10
Figure 27:Middle Class Population and Households in India, 2010 and 2015