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Major Consumer Foodservice Trends in MEA

The consumer foodservice industry in the Middle East & Africa region is changing at a fast pace, witnessing a movement towards chained players from traditional independent ones, as well as increasingly adopting health and wellness trends. Moreover, delivery service expansion is also becoming more popular, with consumers looking for convenience as a growing workforce means […]
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Coca-Cola’s Investment in Nigeria’s Chi

Coca-Cola has announced its intention to purchase a 40% stake in Nigeria’s Chi (holding company Tropical General Investments) and will buy the rest of the group within three years. This is not a surprise move as it fits Coca-Cola’s coordinated global strategic movements in enlarging investment in dairy and juices. Euromonitor International’s latest data show […]
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Trends in Domestic Travel and Tourism in Africa

Challenges abound for the tourism industry in Africa, with the effects of Ebola and national security still plaguing some countries. That being said, there are positive trends coming from the region. Improved travel websites, booking sites and online travel agencies are all a result of improved internet infrastructure and mobile phone penetration in the country. […]
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Driving Middle Class Growth in Emerging Markets

Some of the most crucial foundations of middle class growth in emerging markets include economic growth, increased productivity, an attractive business environment, female labour participation, urbanisation, increasing educational attainment and the establishment of a social safety net. Looking at the world’s 10 largest emerging markets (measured in PPP terms) we see stark differences in these […]
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Deception of Expanding Urban Populations

Over the next 15 years, the world’s urban population growth will be fed by the two principal regions – Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Asia Pacific – which together will account for 84% (or 986 million people) of the global urban population increase. While the process of urbanisation is good news for many consumer […]
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