DUBLIN, November 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Europe Diabetic Shoes/Footwear Market Demand & Opportunity Outlook 2021" report to their offering.
The demand for the Diabetic shoes is on a continuous rise in the European region. In last few years, U.K. has recorded a significant increase in the prevalence of diabetes in the country. The number of diabetic population of the U.K. in 2013 was about 3 million with most of the countries like England and Scotland having significant percentage of diabetes prevalence. With an average prevalence rate of 6% in all the areas, it is anticipated that in future more people would get affected from diabetes in the U.K. and the total diabetic population of the country would expand to 5.1 million by 2025. U.K. is also witnessing a massive spurt in the total number of obese or overweight population over the past few years. Currently, around 68% of male population and 58% of female population of the state are suffering from obesity problems. It is anticipated that the obesity level would further increase in the state with 75% of males and 65% of females' becoming obese by 2030. Germany has the lion's share of healthcare spending among all European countries which accounts for 10.5% of its GDP. Around 26% of this spending is contributed on the improvement of diabetic treatment facilities in the country and with rising new cases of diabetes this spending is further expected to increase in future. Thus, citing the above mentioned factors it could be anticipated that the diabetic footwear market of Germany would have more opportunities to flourish during the covered forecast period of 2015-2021. The report studies the demand and opportunities on the basis of inpatient and outpatient in the region which further has been granule to the country data. In addition to that, to understand the most profitable distribution mode in the region, the market for U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Benelux has been studied based on the online & offline channels. Offline distribution channels further have been studied into specialty store, clinics & street stores. Key Topics Covered: 1. List of Figures & Tables