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Ipsos Business Consulting supports Wine's Link Hong Kong IPO

Ipsos Business Consulting has conducted an independent market review of the Hong Kong wine industry in support of alcoholic beverage supplier Wine Link’s recent IPO on the HK exchange.

Contact ipo.bc@ipsos.com for more information.

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Ford and Mahindra & Mahindra to partner again in India

A recent Automotive World article discusses the challenges that international auto manufacturers have had in building their presence in India and in developing mutually beneficial partnerships with local players. Ford has recently announced that it plans to strengthen its existing position by reviving its previous relationship with Mahindra & Mahindra. This comes at an interesting time with the Indian government announcing a deadline of 2030 to move to an all-electric fleet.

Contact automotive.bc@ipsos.com to find out how we could support your automotive growth strategy in India.

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Geospatial World - The Great Disruption

Karthik was recently interviewed by Geospatial World for his views on how the 4th IR is disrupting the Geospatial Industry and the industry’s readiness for the same. In an era when geospatial context is becoming ubiquitous across industry applications and borders are blurring between industry definitions, the moot question is whether the industry is prepared for carving out its unique identity and how should it go about doing so?

 

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Toyota and Mazda advance to share swap and US production

The car manufacturers recently announced an expanding partnership which highlights further collaboration. The new agreement includes a joint venture to manufacture vehicles in the US, as well as to develop new technology, including EV. A financial relationship through cross shareholding will also be developed. Contact automotive.bc@ipsos.com for more information.

 

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How will the China-Europe train reshape automotive logistics in the future?

Volvo is the first automotive manufacturer to announce they will use the China-Europe train to ship Chinese made vehicles from the automotive maker’s plant in Daqing to a distribution centre in Belgium. This leverages the historical old Silk Trade Route through the region and reduces transport times to around a third of the time currently taken by sea. Contact automotive.bc@ipsos.com for more information.

 

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