Go-to-Market Strategy in Indonesia Ipsos Flair: Dealing with the opposites
The Ipsos Flair series of manuals is designed to help businesses formulate a strategic planning approach to countries they do not really know well, or where they may simply project their own stereotypes. We have previously published Ipsos Flair for Thailand in 2015 and 2017. Now we launch Ipsos Flair for Indonesia: Dealing with the Opposites – a unique introduction to the most significant economy within Southeast Asia.
Obesity is the third greatest social burden driven by human beings, after smoking and war, violence and terrorism. And while sugar consumption is far from the only cause of this, it is increasingly in the spotlight.
Identifying Opportunities Within ASEAN’s Universal Healthcare Programmes
This paper provides a summary review of market opportunities related to universal healthcare programmes in ASEAN – with a special focus on Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. As each country’s population joins its national health system, extensive partnerships are needed to fill the demand for hospital beds, qualified doctors, modern equipment, quality medicine and after-sales service.
3D Printing - The genesis of a new realm of possibility in manufacturing and supply chain
3D Printing is a powerful technology that some are describing as revolutionary. Whilst many industrial manufacturers have been slow to adopt the technology, the number of companies adapting their manufacturing process and supply chains is expected to increase as the materials that can be used in 3D printing expand and the speed of printing improves: there are already reports of US research labs creating 3D printers that work at speeds of 5-6 times that of existing commercial 3D printers. This industry guide from Ipsos Business Consulting looks at the potential developments in industrial manufacturing with a spotlight on China, India and the ASEAN countries.
Creating Opportunity - How to build a new era of trade for post-Brexit Britain
The referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union was a pivotal moment for the country. Whilst the uncertainty surrounding the UK's access to the single market has understandably dominated the discussions to date, this is an opportune time to reflect on the strength, depth and history of Britain's trade with the rest of the world and the many trade agreements that facilitate this trading. Change brings with it a degree of uncertainty. But it also brings an opportunity to reshape the growth agenda. As British business looks to pinpoint where the new trade opportunities exist, Ipsos Business Consulting latest industry guide examines some of the developed and emerging markets that offer evolving opportunities for British business.
Iran offers investors excellent opportunity for new growth in what must surely be one of the world's fastest growing emerging markets. However, Foreign Direct Investment initiatives are certain to be fraught with dangers and challenges. It is estimated that around 70% of the economy is controlled by the state. Iran is emerging from a long period of isolation due to economic and political sanctions, led by the United States of America. Investors will likely find that the country's public servants and officials have little or no experience of receiving and handling FDI related requests. Add to this the amount of unknowns about the various industry sectors and key players within them, businesses will need FDI plans that are supported by a strong Go-to-Market Strategy and comprehensive competitive intelligence. Ipsos Business Consulting’s Iran industry guide, authored by the team that we have put together to assist you with your market entry plans, highlights some of the potential that Iran can offer to foreign investors.
Indonesia's Aquaculture Industry - Key Sectors for Future Growth
The main growth driver for Indonesia's fisheries is the fact that key commodities such as fish and shrimp continue to enjoy strong demand domestically and abroad respectively. The main domestic factor is the fact that the archipelago nation of more than 250 million people is a major consumer of fish. Fish consumption per capita was estimated at 33.76 kg / year in 2014. Thanks to wide coastline and warm tropical climate, Indonesia has become one of the top 4 nations in fishery production. Download this publication to read about the opportunities within Indonesia's aquaculture industry.
As the world’s 14th most populated country, Vietnam and its 94 million people are increasing their livestock consumption as they experience higher income and population growth. Despite the relatively stable growing trend of livestock production over the past few years, meat output has not managed to keep up with the current consumption demand. This paper provides commentary on the growth and trajectory of Vietnam’s meat industry, as well as a close look at the market gap for businesses seeking successful investment in Vietnam’s meat sector.
The digital revolution has barely begun in the automotive industry. Having said that, automakers are racing to offer "connected" car services, which include features such as in-car internet access, entertainment systems, and integration with smartphones, traffic lights, and other vehicles. Today, the cars produced by the major automotive OEMs are built with automotive embedded systems. Soon they will become communicating objects. Ipsos Business Consulting expects that there will be 69 million connected cars on the road by 2020, equivalent to 75% of all cars shipped globally. There is a clear challenge for vehicle manufacturers, who are now engaged in a process of digital transformation, something that has previously been alien to heavy engineering companies. Connected Car, and the move into the Mobility arena, will see OEMs delivering new services expected by motorists, who are looking for functions similar to those already available on their smartphones and portable devices. Download the Ipsos Industry Report to find out more.
Indonesia’s developing used car market is gradually becoming more structured due to the greater availability of flexible financing terms, standardized and authorized dealership channels and better transparency of information. Significant opportunities exist for Indonesia’s growing aftermarket landscape, with over 11 million PVs (~77% of total PV population) to be out of warranty by 2020, with an out of warranty population CAGR of 9.7% from 2015-2020. In our latest industry guide we explore the Implications for foreign and new market players seeking to capture Indonesia’s aftermarket opportunity.