April 26, 2018
Halal Leads Ethical Labelling Prospects Globally With a USD55 billion market in 2017, the halal packaged food and drinks global industry is set for more gains in the next five years, with 5% value CAGR predicted. This makes it the most optimistic type of ethical labelling for packaged food and drinks, outpacing other well-known types […]
April 17, 2018
The Trump administration’s decision to issue a tariff on large washing machines (washers) is expected to create a significant influence on industry players as well as consumers. Washer manufacturers importing products outside the US are expected to face a significant price disadvantage as compared to US manufacturers whose production plants are mostly based in the […]
April 12, 2018
There is no set definition for what constitutes a “trade war”. A tit-for-tat exchange of protectionist measures kicks off the debate, but the core discussion remains primarily existential. Is this a trade war? Why is this a trade war? How long will it remain a trade war? These questions become particularly weighty when one country’s […]
March 22, 2018
Associations are a driving force that progress industries forward. They have many responsibilities to their members and the industry they represent, such as providing research and data, organising industry events aimed at driving meaningful business relationships and educating members on the news impacting their industry. One of the benefits an association provides is their ability […]
February 27, 2018
Over-tourism may be the buzz word of 2017 but it marks a watershed moment where there is a growing realisation in the travel industry that visitor numbers at all costs is no longer a sustainable strategy. Starting from the smart city template, destinations are adapting to challenges such as overcapacity and are harnessing the power […]
December 10, 2017
Polish authorities approved a decision to limit retail trade on Sundays. The ban and the restrictions will affect mainly major retailers, with certain exceptions to traditional outlets. However, the exact market reaction to these new regulations remains unclear, leaving retailers in doubt when it comes to planning their further operations.
November 28, 2017
With populations declining across all Eastern European countries, the battle for market share is fiercer than ever. Further complicating matters for both producers and sellers is the urge politicians have to regulate and shape the industry. Whether driven by genuine concern about improving the lives of their citizenry or nudged by industry players, policy shapers […]
July 3, 2017
Market challenges such as excessive government regulations, inefficient bureaucracy and inadequate infrastructure can often lead to additional costs, affecting the commercial feasibility of your business ventures. Having a clear understanding of the operating environment is critical for business success when entering a new market to help you to avoid risks and pick the best possible investment […]

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