City as a Customer - Identifying Growth Opportunities in Cities of Tomorrow

City as a Customer - Identifying Growth Opportunities in Cities of Tomorrow

A Macro-to-micro Analysis of Urbanization and Smart Cities to 2025

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11-Apr-2013
REGION
Global
Research Code: M75C-01-00-00-00
SKU: MX0147-GL-MT_18313
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The research service offers a macro-to-micro analysis of the global urbanization Mega Trend and identifies the business opportunities in cities of the future. The research focuses on the flow of urban populations and patterns in Mega Cities, Mega Regions, and Mega Corridors that will evolve with planned developments in investment, infrastructure, and technology. Findings show each city will become a customer with unique infrastructural demands. Cross-sector micro-implications are explored, along with opportunities in mobility, healthcare, logistics, smart products, security, and retail sectors. The base year is 2011, and the end of study period is 2025.

Table of Contents

City as a Customer

  • Introduction
  • Executive Summary
  • Research Scope, Objective, and Methodology
  • Introduction and Definitions
  • Top Trends in Urbanization
  • Business Models and Revenue Models for Mega Cities
  • Types of Cities
  • Types of Urban Sprawl
  • Vertical and Multi-level Cities
  • Mega Slums
  • Future Region-specific Urban Trends
  • Macro-to-micro Analysis of Urbanization
  • Case Studies of Companies Leveraging Urbanization as a Mega Trend
  • Legal Disclaimer
  • Appendix
  • About Frost & Sullivan
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The research service offers a macro-to-micro analysis of the global urbanization Mega Trend and identifies the business opportunities in cities of the future. The research focuses on the flow of urban populations and patterns in Mega Cities, Mega Regions, and Mega Corridors that will evolve with planned developments in investment, infrastructure, and technology. Findings show each city will become a customer with unique infrastructural demands. Cross-sector micro-implications are explored, along with opportunities in mobility, healthcare, logistics, smart products, security, and retail sectors. The base year is 2011, and the end of study period is 2025.
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Author Malabika Mandal
WIP Number M75C-01-00-00-00
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