The NPD Group Announces Winners of This Year’s Consumer Electronics Industry Performance Awards

Las Vegas, NV, January 8, 2018The NPD Group, a leading global information company, announced today the winners of this year’s Consumer Electronics Industry Performance Awards at their annual reception during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The awards were given to consumer electronics brands that achieved the top increase in market share in North America1, according to NPD’s Retail Tracking Service; as well as the fastest turning brand per item in the U.S.2, according to NPD’s Store-Level Enabled data.

Additionally, this year’s awards included top e-commerce revenue achievers3 in key consumer electronics industry segments and the top e-commerce CE performer among “tech super consumers”4. These awards were based on NPD’s Checkout, a receipt mining service, which captures online sales of consumer electronics from consumer receipts.

NPD Consumer Electronics Industry Performance Awards

“In a fast-paced and ever evolving industry, we know manufacturers and retailers are regularly having to solve for new challenges and increasing competition. These awards celebrate a few of the brands that are leading the industry,” said Ian Hamilton, President, Technology Sector, The NPD Group. “We congratulate all of this year’s award winners and look forward to an exciting new year ahead.”

1Based on dollar market share increase across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico among the top 100 brands
2Based on weighted dollar velocity per item for brands with distribution in retailers that represent at least 10% of NPD tracked CE sales in the U.S.
3Based on highest online U.S. dollar sales
4Based on indexing U.S. dollar share by brand/retailer among Tech Super Consumers against total Tech E-commerce Buyers (1% dollar share of the total pop required). Tech Super Consumers are defined as those individuals that represent 40% of total online tech spend, making up approximately 7% of online buyers.

Checkout delivers the most comprehensive view of consumer purchase behavior for general merchandise categories, across all retailers over time, to help you understand how to adjust your marketing to fuel growth. Checkout E-commerce offers the most complete and accurate view of the online channel – including first and third-party sales for Amazon and other marketplaces, 400+ e-commerce retailers including direct-to-consumer, and an early read on emerging players. Information is collected from more than 3 million consumers, through data provided by our partner Slice Intelligence and NPD’s own proprietary receipt-harvesting mobile phone app.


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