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05 Jan 2005  |  Europe
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28 Oct 2014  |  Latin America
Revenue Growing Below Inflation Indicates a Consolidation Trend
This study covers the state of the Brazilian telecommunication markets, examining drivers and restraints for growth, technology, regulation, demand, and geographical trends. In the study, the market growth for Brazilian telecommunication market segments is forecasted. An in-depth analysis of the competitive situation and market share of telecommuni...
31 Dec 2009  |  Europe
Strategic Opportunity Analysis of the Polish Passenger Car and Light Commercial Vehicle Tyre Aftermarket: Identifying Growth Opportunities
The study gives a comprehensive overview of the Polish Tyre Aftermarket providing market challenges for the key market participants: manufacturers, distributors and dealers. The study also provides an overview of the industry trends, market drivers and restraints and contains detailed market forecasts.
01 Apr 2016  |  North America
Transitioning from Turbulent Oil-based Economy to Internet-based Economy of the Future
25 years after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia remains burdened with economic, social, and political crises. The recent ruble-oil crisis further weakened the economy. By examining the key Mega Trends in Russia, along with other factors that will impact and shape the country’s economy, this presentation discusses how the economic, political, ...
02 Aug 2017  |  North America
Connected Marketplaces Transition from Transactional Hubs to Assistive Selling
Online B2B retailing is at an inflection point and is going through major shifts in technology and business models. The B2B market will outgrow the B2C market by 2025, with China taking the lead. The market is evolving due to shifts in the impact of mobility and role of digital channels. Retailers, in order to cope up with the change in the market,...
21 Apr 2016  |  Global
Shifting Demands from Key End-user Segments Unlocks New Growth Opportunities
Readers of the Lab Manager Magazine were invited to participate in an online survey in August 2015. To qualify, readers were required to play a role in their lab’s purchasing process, be familiar with their labs’ product budgets, and represent a lab that either uses or plans to use products in one or more of the 7 specified categories (instrume...
25 Jul 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Benefits for Industrial Operations
The manufacturing sector is going through an exciting time. Technology trends are changing the way consumers buy products. Manufacturers are keen to stay ahead and remain competitive as some are struggling to keep up. By connecting localized systems using sensors, managers can get a complete view of their plant and optimize operations. Implementing...
26 May 2016  |  North America
The Global Smart Grid Industry will Reach $112.7 Billion in 2025 growing at 6.2%
Global smart grid investment is likely to grow rapidly. By 2025, a complete transformation to a smarter grid is unlikely but the process would have gained pace with major changes underway in grid automation, demand-side management, and Big Data analytics. Revenue growth will be the fastest in Europe. Demand response and advanced metering infrastruc...
04 Jul 2016  |  North America
The Next Generation of Cancer Therapies
Immuno-oncology is based on the premise that tumors escape detection by the immune system, contributing to their growth and progression. Checkpoint inhibitor pathways act as the checks and balances that allow T-cells to recognize foreign substances or tumors. This global study looks at the immune-oncology therapeutics pipeline for checkpoint inhibi...
12 Sep 2017  |  Latin America
New Technologies and Increasing Customers´ Expectations Provide a New Window for Differentiation
The Contact Center Outsourcing (CCO) Services Market in Latin America experienced high growth in the offshore segment, while the domestic business was negatively affected by the regional economic crisis. The United States consolidated as the main market for offshoring, while Latam-shore activities grew driven by Latin America companies looking to ...