Among the top three threads for business growth, CEOs named state over-regulation (78%), lack of specialists with key skills (73%) and government fiscal policy towards budget deficit (72%), followed by geopolitical uncertainty (72%), increasing taxes (70%), and lack of cyber security (61%).
Interestingly, many successful consumer brands such as PepsiCo, Nike, Facebook, McDonald's or Unilever are absent from the ranking.
The international consulting firm BCG has researched and measured the impact of the whole mobile Internet industry in the so-called EU5 countries: Germany, France, the UK, Italy, and Spain.
The CPG industry business models change in favour of online sales with the aim to increase ROI from this channel.
Euronomitor analyses how the biggest food brands have grown or shrunk during the past decade.
From Nestlé's fat-burning drink to Magic Leap's 3-D optical sculptures blurring boundaries between real and virtual worlds: the future of today.
The report ranks 75 countries by seven perceptional dimensions, such as: awareness, familiarity, preference, associations, consideration, decision/visitation and advocacy; where the main factor—associations—is weighted across six more related attributes of status and experience.
In the report, Nielsen identifies some key rules on how to decrease failure rates launching new products in FMCG and achieve a foreseeable 85% success.