Lifestyles of the Ultra-affluent and HNWIs - UK - August 2012
Lifestyles of the Ultra-affluent and HNWIs - UK - August 2012

“The desire for special treatment is strong amongst the ultra-affluent and High Net Worth demographic. The majority enjoy splashing out on restaurant meals and have shown that they are prepared to pay extra for premier seating. Coupled with high brand loyalty, this finding provides great opportunities for brands to establish go-to products and experiences, to capture this lucrative segment.”

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Overview

Overview

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Issues in the Market
Executive Summary
Trend Application

Market

Market

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Market Environment

Consumer

Consumer

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Demographic Profile of the Ultra-affluent and HNWIs
Finances
Shopping Habits
Automotive ownership
Technology Ownership and Media Habits
Family Activities
Property Ownership and Holidays
Sources of Influence and Self-Image

Data

Data

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Appendix – Finances
Appendix – Shopping Habits
Appendix – Automotive Ownership
Appendix – Technology Ownership and Media Habits
Appendix – Family Activities
Appendix – Holiday Habits and Property Ownership
Appendix – Sources of Influence and Self-Image