TFTF | June 15, 2021
The fortnight thus far
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June 15, 2021
The Cost of Capital Survey
India’s average Cost of Equity is ~14%; declined by ~100 basis points since 2017. Start-ups or internet-age companies recorded a higher Cost of Equity (~18%) on average. Further, understand the threshold cost of equity that India Inc. used for its capital allocation & investment decisions.
[ EY > Full report here:
Asia: The Highway of Value for Global Logistics
Asia is expected to account for 57% of the growth of the global e-commerce logistics market between 2020-2025. Startups are heating the competition, attracting about $25 Bn in just Q1 of 2021. Given the competitiveness, what should the industry players prioritize doing to capture these opportunities?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
Five TMT Trends in 2021
With 30+ unicorns, India now stands in the top 3 start-up destinations. 57% of TMT business leaders are optimistic about the economic outlook over the next 12 months, up from 43% the previous half-year. Given this, can the TMT businesses maximize value from the growing demand?
[ Grant Thornton > Full report here :
Mobilizing Toward Health Equity
About 50% of the health care CEOs said health equity was among their top 3 organizational priorities for 2021. 85% said they have a dedicated team or task force, and a budget focused on health equity. Here are action steps for how health equity can be instilled in healthcare organisations.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
Three Reasons Companies are Investing in Forest Conservation & Restoration
Over half of global GDP, or $44 Tn, is potentially threatened by nature loss, making restoration an economic priority in the decade ahead. The sustainable management of forests could create $230 Bn in business opportunities. Here’s how companies can generate value in three principal ways.
[ World Economic Forum > Full report here:
It is estimated that global streaming video-on-demand (SVOD) revenues will grow at a 10% CAGR through 2025, by which point SVOD will be an $81 Bn industry. Amid the intense competition for content, here’s how streaming video companies can create value for their stakeholders.
[ PwC > Full report here:
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