2014 CEA Holiday Outlook
CEA Market Research produces extensive and timely intelligence for the holiday shopping season. As the authoritative source for consumer technology market research, CE.org/holiday rounds up insights from CEA's analysts on what's trending, what's disrupting, holiday sales predictions, technology on consumers' gift lists this season, Black Friday outlook and much more.
CEA plans to release results from its 2014 Post Black Friday Report on Sunday, November 30. CEA’s DuBravac will also host a media call on November 30 at 1 PM ET/10 AM PT to discuss highlights from Black Friday, including how much money consumers expect to spend, what they purchased and where they shopped. To participate in the call, please dial 800 734 8582.
Check out the 2014 Holiday Outlook and Trends to Watch presentation.
Hear directly from leading analysts' and CEA's Shawn Dubravac on trends for this holiday season:
For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For press inquiries, please contact Danielle Cassagnol or Laura Hubbard.
Deals in Hand: CEA Expects More Americans than ever to Shop Online and via Mobile Devices over the Thanksgivinng Shopping Weekend
Holiday Season Tech Spending to Reach Record Levels, According to CEA’s 21st Annual Holiday Forecast
A record breaking 103.3 million Americans will shop online between Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday this year, an increase of 6.1 million shoppers over 2013, according to a new survey released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. CEA's 2014 Pre-Black Friday Report also finds, in total, 143 million U.S consumers plan to shop over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, with 89 million U.S adults planning to buy consumer techonology products. Full Release
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® predicts the 2014 holiday season will see the highest levels of consumer spending on consumer electronics (CE) since CEA began tracking holiday spending in 1994. According to CEA’s holiday outlook released today, total tech spending during the holidays will increase 2.5 percent (up from 0.9 percent growth in 2013) to reach a record $33.76 billion during the 2014 holiday season. Full Release