TFTF | Feb 28, 2023
The fortnight thus far
Issue #98 | Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days.
Feb 28, 2023
2 x Things that will affect you
1. Consumer spending rebounded in January
[ The Wall Street Journal > Read: Inflation Firmed, Consumer Spending Jumped in January (wsj.com) ]
2. Taiwan’s Chip Exports to China Post Largest drop in 14 years.
[ Bloomberg > Read: Chip Market: Taiwan Exports to China Post Largest Drop in 14 Years - Bloomberg ]
4 x 1-min perspectives to consider
1. Are you ready to take your business into Metaverse?
[ Read: Be Metaverse Ready! (prequateadvisory.com) ]
2. Here is how Insurtech players are changing the game.
[ Read: Insurtech players are changing the game (prequateadvisory.com) ]
3. 8 Tips to manage investor communication efficiently in 2023.
[ Read: 8 tips to manage investor communication in 2023. (prequateadvisory.com) ]
4. An Industry thriving on a technical loophole.
[ Read: An Industry thriving on a technical loophole (prequateadvisory.com) ]
4 x Reports you need to read
1. Value Creation in Oil and Gas 2023
High energy prices have swelled profits, leaving companies flush with cash. As a result, oil and gas companies have vaulted from laggards to leaders in terms of total shareholder returns (TSR). How can the industry keep up this momentum and create value?
[ BCG > Full report here:
Value Creators Report: Oil and Gas in Volatile Times | BCG ]
2. Navigating the Next Wave of Surgical Robotics
The surgical robotics industry quadrupled to more than $3 billion over the past decade. More than three-fourths of surgeons surveyed expressed interest in surgical robotics, however, only 53% were currently using them. How can leading OEMs propel the future of surgery?
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
Navigating the Next Wave of Surgical Robotics | Bain & Company ]
3. Shortage of Electrolyzers for Green Hydrogen
The green hydrogen demand is projected to reach 63 million tons (MT) per year by 2030. The Government of India has targeted green hydrogen production of 5 MT per year by 2030 with an initial outlay of US$2.5 billion. With electrolyzers at the core of the value chain, how can India capture the billion-dollar opportunity?
[ EY x Parthenon. > Full report here:
Shortage of electrolyzers for green hydrogen (ey.com) ]
4. India Tech Startup Report 2022
Over 25000-27000 tech start-ups have emerged in India in the last 10 years. While there was a slowdown in late-stage investments, early-stage and seed-stage investments grew 25-35% over 2021. Also, there was an 18% increase in the number of unique start-ups funded. Here is a recap of 2022’s tech landscape and the anticipations for 2023.
[ NASSCOM > Full report here:
Technology Sector in India 2022 : Strategic Review | NASSCOM ]
Every article here has had 100s of hours of effort that have gone into making this relevant, insightful and concise. Due credit and thanks to all these professionals and organizations who toiled to put together these insights, of such high quality, for the use of businesses across the world.