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April 19, 2015

Product Developments in Consumer Foodservice: Part 2


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As digital ordering channels and in-store technology has evolved, the industry has reached a tipping point where tech in foodservice has passed the point of simply adding digital capabilities to existing services. Now, digital technology is an integral part of consumers' daily lives and consumer foodservice brands need to keep up with these innovations.

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April 16, 2015

Bottled Water's Impact on the Soft Drinks Market


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By 2019, bottled water is expected to account for half of global total packaged soft drinks volume. By its sheer ubiquity, bottled water is having a huge impact on how consumers perceive the soft drinks category. Today much new product development in other soft drinks categories are attempting to position themselves in the bottled water aisle. Listen to the podcast for complete insight.

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April 12, 2015

Digital Trends: April 2015 - Social Media Tracking and Online Voting


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Much of social media makes its revenue by tracking users to optimize advertizing analytics.  This becomes a problem when tracking broaches regional privacy regulations.  Privacy and security are also a concern governments face when deciding whether to implement online voting for elections which has been demonstrated to improve voter turnout in developed economies.  Listen to the podcast for complete insights.

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April 4, 2015

The Indian Budget: Impact on the Economy and Businesses


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This podcast discusses some of the key initiatives outlined in India's 2015 budget including the Monetary Policy Committee, Make In India, revitalizing infrastructure investment, and efforts to make the country more business-friendly.  Listen for complete insights.

Podcast features Preeti Bajla - Economy, Finance & Trade Analyst

Commodities Roundup: February and March 2015


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February marked the first rise in eight months in commodities prices driven by a sharp rise in oil prices triggered by speculative activity in oil futures markets. This rise was paired with declines in soft commodities and metals prices.  Listen to the podcast for complete insights.

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April 3, 2015

The Indian Budget: Impact on Services


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Indian GDP grew from 5% in 2013 to 5.4% in 2014 in direct response to last year's budget ruling. The government's 2015 budget hopes to maintain this growth. Disappointment with the new budget emerged primarily from the service industries where service taxes increased to 14%. This podcast discusses the impact the budget will have on these industries including foodservice, entertainment and beauty services.  Listen for complete insights.

Shabori DasPodcast features Shabori Das - Senior Research Analyst

April 2, 2015

Product Developments in Consumer Foodservice

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In this podcast, senior consumer foodservice analyst discusses how Asian flavours and concepts, snacks, value portions and viral innovation are impacting the global restaurant landscape.  These trends are driving both new concept innovations and maximizing value in existing foodservice outlets. Listen for complete insights.

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The Indian Budget: Impact on Manufacturing


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The recently passed budget has evoked mixed reactions from manufacturers operating in India based on changes in excise duties by industry.  This podcast focuses in on the impact of the budget on tobacco and footwear industries and possible strategies manufactures may adopt to combat the resulting lost revenues or to take advantage of their new lowered taxes.  Listen to the podcast for complete insights.

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April 1, 2015

Introduction to the Indian Budget


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In the 2015-2016 budgets, The BJP government was true to their word in 2014. It continued to concentrate on long term developments for the country, this year as well. The move towards GST, pushing domestic products with the Make in India campaign, encouraging entrepreneurs, Swacch Bharath, the clean India campaign amongst many other reforms was met with a huge positive response. While manufacturing is going to benefit from this budget, Service and several FMCG industries have nothing to cheer about.

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March 27, 2015

Fashion Friday: Fashion and Technology Companies: Competitors or Partners in the Wearables Market?


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Global sales of wearable electronics are expected to grow more than twofold to US$20 billion in 2016. Given this projected growth, companies beyond just consumer electronics brands are expected to jump on this bandwagon, particularly luxury fashion houses.  For example, Ralph Lauren is launching a smart sports top later this year with a smart bag expected to follow not long after.

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