TFTF | July 15, 2021
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July 15, 2021
Power Shifts: Altering the Dynamics of the E&M Industry
E&M revenues are expected to rise 6.5% in 2021. A healthy CAGR of 5% from 2020-25 taking it to $2.6 Tn in 2025. The basis of competition is likely to change dramatically over the coming years. Will relying on strategies that locked up market share in the past be effective going forward?
[ PwC > Full report here:
What the Evolution of Travel means for Business
Travel restrictions due to imposed lockdowns led to a direct loss of $4.5 Tn in global GDP. High near-term demand is expected in leisure travel with 56% of consumers ranking it among their top post-vaccination activities. How can companies prepare for volatility from consumer spending shifts?
[ BCG > Full report here:
Opportunities in The Indian Aquaculture Industry
India has the 2nd largest share in the global aquaculture market. Fish production in the country reached an all-time high of 14.16 Mn MT between 2019 and 2020. The fisheries sector in India is a means of livelihood for ~28 Mn people. Uncover the opportunities in the Indian Aquaculture Industry.
[ IBEF > Full report here :
Industrial Services: How to Sharpen the Go-to-Market Strategy
Service constitutes 35% of revenues and 60% profits of the Industrial companies. There is an opportunity to increase those numbers with ‘service’ rising on the top of executives’ agendas. Here’s how honing the go-to-market strategy for service businesses can quickly reap significant rewards.
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
Centering around Sustainability in Financial Services Firms
Given the vital role of climate change in capital formation, the financial services industry has a predominant role to play in addressing challenges interrelated to climate risk. Can strategic climate risk management help businesses thrive in the economy of the future?
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
What’s Next for Digital Consumers
India has seen the highest growth in digital adoption (88%), followed by Brazil (87%) in the past 6 months. It follows that developed countries may see a deceleration in digital adoption sooner than developing countries will. How should companies ensure users maintain their digital dependency?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
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