The chemicals and pharmaceutical sectors in Germany are faced with strategic and structural challenges. Disruption in the chemical industry is intensifying as the world becomes digital and strives for sustainability. Products are digitally complemented, linear supply chains are becoming complex economic networks, the recycling of materials and molecules is becoming more important. The industry is entering a new phase with Chemistry 4.0., which requires new business models.
An integrated approach to combat cyber risk
Securing industrial operations in oil and gas
Critical infrastructure relies on industrial control systems to maintain safe and reliable operations. Making operational processes secure, vigilant, and resilient is a challenge and requires oil and gas companies to harmonize and align culture, engineering, and IT. Read the report to learn more.
2018 Global Human Capital Trends
The rise of the social enterprise
Deloitte's 2018 Human Capital Trends survey identifies that organizations are no longer judged only for their financial performance, or even the quality of their products or services. Rather, they are being evaluated on the basis of their impact on society at large.
2018 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook
In search of growth
Global chemical mergers and acquisitions activity in 2018 is expected to remain strong, as high valuations continue to be mitigated by improving global economic conditions, continued inexpensive financing, and an appetite amongst industry participants for growth and transformative M&A transactions.
Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions 2018
Look into the future
The Technology, Media and Entertainment, and Technology ecosystem remains as fascinating as ever in 2018. What’s the future of the smartphone? Is there an #adlergic epidemic? What are the trends in Digital subscriptions?
African Powers of Consumer Products 2016
Africa’s Top 50 Consumer Product companies
The inaugural African Powers of Consumer Products report examines and lists the Top 50 Consumer Product (CP) companies on the continent, based on publicly available data from 15 African stock exchanges. The period measured is FY15 which is up to and including May 2016.