TFTF | May 31, 2021
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May 31, 2021
Global EV Outlook 2021
The EV population reached 10 mn mark in 2020 with close to 3 mn added last year alone. Europe overtook China to be the world’s largest EV market. For a sustainable EV scenario by 2030, 200 mn LDV charging points are needed. More on how EV ecosystem will transform in the next decade
[ IEA > Full report here:
Implementing a Digital Transformation at Industrial Companies
When it comes to digitising marketing & sales functions, industrial companies are considered slow movers as compared to the retailers. But digital leaders in industrial companies who have achieved 20% better TSR focused on in six key building blocks to succeed. What are they?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
Top 100 Retailers in Asia
Alibaba ($298 bn) and JD.com ($221 bn) firmly hold top positions with AEON Group in 3rd position clocking 1/3rd revenue. Amazon and Walmart move down the ladder losing market share despite revenue growth. More on the battle for the second largest retail market in the world.
[ Euromonitor > Full report here :
Digital Supply Chain Architecture: Less ERP, More Cloud
The current cycle of upgrading/ replacing supply chain backbone every 12-15 years is far too slow to meet dynamic challenges of today. A constantly evolving supply chain by rapidly deploying emerging technologies have proved to be more adaptive than the traditional approach. Know more.
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
How to End Global Pandemic in 2022
22.5 bn doses of vaccines will be available by end of 2021, enough to vaccinate the whole world. But 2.7 bn people in lower income countries may have to wait several years for the first round of doses which can lead to new variants. How equitable distribution of vaccines can help fight pandemic faster.
[ BCG > Full report here:
Digital Media Trends
Millennials and Gen-Z show similar preferences for listening to music & browsing the internet. But, Gen-Z (10% more than Millennials) prefer playing video games but Millennials (8% more than Gen-Z) prefer TV shows or movies at home. More on how Gen-Z are reshaping the entertainment industry.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
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