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Drivers of Global Population Change

Euromonitor International identified rapid urbanisation, accelerating migration and population ageing as the most important forces of global population change, as they have the power to transform the world we live in. The pace of change, however, varies significantly between different countries. Global population change The world population is expected to exceed 8.5 billion in 2030, […]
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Africa’s three largest BOP markets

What is the BOP? There is no fixed definition of the bottom of the pyramid (BOP), as it contains a mix of incomes, living standards, rural-urban locations, and varying levels of access to goods and services, including education, healthcare and organised financial services. But broadly speaking, the BOP refers to the poorest socioeconomic group in […]
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Top 5 Countries with the Biggest Rise in Urban Population

In the period through to 2030, the top five countries with the biggest urban population expansion, in absolute numbers, are expected to be China, India, Nigeria, Indonesia and Pakistan. Rapid urbanisation boosts economic development and consumer spending growth, as urban consumers enjoy greater purchasing power and are easier to reach than their rural counterparts. Urbanisation is often accompanied by the transition to smaller households and new […]
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Spotting Opportunities in Brazil at Times of Economic Recession

Brazil’s economic recession and socio-political turmoil is the story of a major emerging market in crisis, with implications for many consumer goods companies. In the face of rising unemployment and falling wages, compounded with rising inflation and currency depreciation, consumer expenditure per household fell by 9.3% between 2014 (the year Brazil’s economic recession began in its earnest) and 2016. As well as spending less, Brazilian households […]
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Doing Business at the Bottom of the Pyramid Is Not All about Low-Income Countries

Although low-income consumers predominantly concentrate in developing countries, the idea of doing business at the bottom of the pyramid (BOP) is not all about the world’s poorest nations. In developed countries, the number of households with an annual disposable income below US$10,000 (in purchasing power parity – PPP terms) totalled 15.5 million in 2015 and is set […]
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New Population Strategy Briefing: Boom or Bomb – India’s Demographics and Market Impact

Euromonitor International is pleased to launch a new Strategy Briefing: Boom or Bomb – India’s Demographics and Market Impact, which uncovers India’s key demographic trends and their implications for consumer-facing businesses. India is home to nearly a fifth of the global population and is set to overtake China to become the world’s most populous nation in 2025. […]
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Towards a More Inclusive Economy: Key Takeaways from the BOP World Convention and Expo 2016

Euromonitor International was pleased to lead an engaging and informative workshop on “Strategies That Work at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP)” as part of the BOP World Convention and Expo 2016 in Singapore. This year’s convention focused on the theme of “The Future Inclusive Economy: Mass Collaboration across All Sectors”, which aimed at bringing […]
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