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Fashion & Luxury Private Equity and Investors Survey 2017

Global report

The second edition of the Global Fashion & Luxury Private Equity and Investors Survey, developed by the member firms of Deloitte’s EMEA Region, analyzes market trends and expectations of M&A activities in the fashion and luxury sector. This report is provided as a complement to Deloitte’s Global Powers of Luxury Goods annual report...More

Fashion & Luxury Private Equity and Investors Survey 2017

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2017

The new luxury consumer

The fourth annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report examines and lists the 100 largest luxury goods companies globally, based on the consolidated sales of luxury goods in FY2015 (which we define as financial years ending within the 12 months to 30 June 2016). It also discusses the key trends shaping the luxury market and provides a global economic outlook...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2017

Travel and Hospitality Industry Outlook 2017

An analysis of travel disruptors

Explore the latest travel and hospitality industry trends and find out how four catalysts of change could impact travel in 2017...More

Travel and Hospitality Industry Outlook 2017

The value of a brand promise

Executing a hotel branding strategy to improve business results

It’s clear that hotel loyalty is garnered through a strong, positive, impactful experience—but what helps differentiate that experience? Deloitte has explored the characteristics of hotel customer loyalty and found that, underlying the guest experience, a hotel’s brand promise can have a strong impact on business results...More

The value of a brand promise

Deloitte Football Money League 2017

Planet Football

Aggregate revenue for the top 20 Money League clubs rose 12% to €7.4 billion (£5.5 billion) in 2015/16, a new record, with three clubs breaking the €600m barrier...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Global Powers of Retailing 2017

The art and science of customers

The 20th annual Global Powers of Retailing identifies the 250 largest retailers around the world based on publicly available data for FY2015 (encompassing companies' fiscal years ended through June 2016), and analyzes their performance across geographies, sectors, and channels. It also provides a look at the world's 50 biggest e-retailers and the 50 fastest-growing retailers...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Current status and trends in Russian agribusiness – 2016

Survey of leading agroindustrial companies

Key constraints in the Russian agricultural industry; key drivers of agroindustrial development in Russia in 2016; priority development strategies for agroindustrial companies on the Russian market in 2016; import and export...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

New Year 2017 Spending Survey–Russia

New Year’s spirit

We are pleased to present the findings of our 19th annual international survey of consumer spending habits over the Christmas and New Year holidays...More

 

 

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Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2016

Disciplined innovation

The third annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report identifies the world’s top 100 largest luxury goods companies and analyzes them from multiple perspectives. It also looks at industry trends, M&A activity, and the conditions within the global economy...More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Deloitte Football Money League 2016

Top of the table

Published just eight months after the end of the 2014/15 season, the Money League is the most contemporary and reliable analysis of the clubs’ relative financial performance.

Combined revenue for the top 20 Money League clubs rose 8% to €6.6 billion (£5 billion) in 2014/15, as the top three clubs passed the €500m revenue mark for the first time...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

The Deloitte Consumer Review

Digital Predictions 2016

With digital innovations changing the relationships between customers and brands, we review the top six technological trends which are likely to shake up the consumer business market in 2016...More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Navigating the new digital divide: Global edition

A global summary of findings from nine countries on digital influence in retail

The Global edition of this report explores the digital preferences of consumers, especially how the use of digital devices impacts in-store shopping behavior. It is based on a survey of thousands of consumers in nine different worldwide markets...More

 

 

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New Year 2016 Spending Survey – Russia

Dolce Vita

We are pleased to present the findings of our 18th annual international survey of consumer spending over the Christmas and New Year holiday period...More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Omnichannel retailing in Russia

Myths and reality

To what extent do retailers have to reconfigure their businesses in order to succeed in omnichannel retailing? What are the typical pitfalls that you should avoid along this path?..More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

SWOT-analysis of logistics in Russia

Are the latest developments in logistics a catastrophe or rather a new opportunity for retailers and manufacturers? What are the strengths and weaknesses of corporate logistics functions? What threats and opportunities does the current situation pose for their partners and logistics operators?..More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Current status and trends in Russian agribusiness, 2015

Survey of leading food and beverage producers

Deloitte acknowledges our appreciation for the participants in our August 2015 survey connected with our research project “Current status and trends of agribusiness in Russia”...More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Our publications and events for your sector

Deloitte’s Consumer products group

 

 

Deloitte’s Consumer Products group is always up-to-date on the key developments in your market and is happy to acquaint you with the main publications and events that we offer throughout the year...More

 

 

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

The Russian Luxury Goods Sector in the Current Market Environment

Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce Conference

On 22 September, the Franco-Russian Chamber of Commerce held a conference on “The Russian Luxury Goods Sector in the Current Market Environment”. The key objective of the event was to evaluate and analyse consumer preferences, and to identify efficient sales tools and communication channels...More

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Global Powers of Retailing 2016

Navigating the new digital divide

This year's report focuses on the theme of "navigating the new digital divide," and considers the impact technology is having on in-store shopping and retail industry business strategies...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Engaging the future luxury consumer

This report identifies the 100 largest luxury goods companies around the world based on publicly available data for the fiscal year 2013 (encompassing companies’ fiscal years ended through June 2014.

The report also provides an outlook on the global economy, a look at merger & acquisition activity in the industry, and geographic and product sector analysis. There is a section devoted to the “Q Ratio,” which is a way of measuring business potentials based on non-tangible assets such as brand equity and customer loyalty...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

New Year Spending Survey 2015

Russia

We are pleased to announce the release of the New Year Spending Survey 2015 conducted by Deloitte CIS...More

 

 

 

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Global Powers of Consumer Products 2015

Connecting with the connected consumer

This report identifies the 250 largest consumer products companies around the world based on publicly available data for the fiscal year 2013 (encompassing companies’ fiscal years ended through June 2014). The report also provides an outlook on the global economy, a look at market capitalization and merger & acquisition activity in the industry, and geographic and sector analysis...More

Global Powers of Consumer Products 2015

The FMCG Conference in Russia 2015

The FMCG Conference in Russia 2015, hosted by the Adam Smith Institute, took place from 21-22 October. Deloitte CIS was a sponsor of this event for the second consecutive year...More

The FMCG Conference in Russia 2015

Cloud technology for financial planning: quick and easy decision making

Summary of the business breakfast (7 April 2015)

We focused on the topics that are relevant for finance professionals who are responsible for strategic, investment and budget planning. We rounded up our business breakfast with a panel discussion with the representatives of Deloitte CIS, Anaplan and Kimberly-Clark Eastern Europe...More

Cloud technology for financial planning: quick and easy decision making

Global Powers of Retailing 2015

Embracing innovation

Global Powers of Retailing 2015: Embracing Innovation is much more than a list, however. It considers strategies, which retailers are taking to cope with disruptive change in the industry...More

 

 

 

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FMCG in Russia in 2014

A conference on FMCG in Russia in 2014, held by the Adam Smith Institute, took place on 8-9 December. Deloitte CIS sponsored the event...More

FMCG in Russia in 2014

Retail Globalization

Navigating the maze

While international growth offers massive opportunities for retailers, it's not easy. Retailers have many challenges to consider: strategic localization. The growing power of local competitors. Human resources. Organizational and governance structure...More 

A Restoration in Hotel Loyalty

Consumer 2020

Reading the signs

We live in times characterized by change and volatility, yet we can be certain of one thing: consumer values, needs, and behaviors will continue to evolve...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

The food value chain

A challenge for the next century

Pressure on the global food supply chain is only going to intensify. And the problem can't be addressed by one group alone...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Sustainability for consumer business companies

A story of growth

Sustainability has become a primary driver for strategic product and business model innovation.

Although a rising global population and a growing middle class in many developing countries create a massive economic opportunity, this same growth and demand places alarming pressure on natural resources and raw materials such as water and energy...More

Global Powers of Luxury Goods

Manufacturing

Industrial Products

Russian manufacturing industry overview — 2016

Deloitte CIS thanks all those who participated in the survey that we conducted in February 2016 as part of our research entitled "Current State and Outlook for the Manufacturing Sector in Russia – 2016". We appreciate the time you shared and your interest in our research. Your expert opinions enabled us to conduct an integrated analysis of the state of the manufacturing sector in Russia, as well as to study the sentiments and expectations of the participants regarding the prospects for their own companies' development and the market overall...More

2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index

With the release of the 2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index (GMCI), Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global) and the Council on Competitiveness (the Council) in the US build upon the GMCI research, with prior studies published in 2010 and 2013. The results of the 2016 study clearly show the ongoing influence manufacturing has on driving global economies...More

2015 Manufacturing in Russia

Key trends

A number of radical changes in the international economic and political situation took place during and in between the stages of the survey, therefore we present our analysis segmented by the two data collection periods. We provide the data both on the selection in general and by key groups (those with significant differences between each other and / or the data selection in general)...More

Cracking the genetic code of high-performing manufacturers

Deloitte Review

Nearly 25 years ago, when we began our research into the competitive capabilities of high-performing manufacturing companies, we did not realize the extent to which fierce global competition would become the defining characteristic of our era...More

Competitive­ness: Catching the next wave

China

China has the opportunity to be a world leader in a number of important areas that will be cornerstones of global growth in the decades to come. This latest report in Deloitte’s competitiveness series aims to put China’s history of growth into broader perspective, and identify key industry sectors that will help power the nation’s “next wave” of sustainable growth...More

Manufacturing for Growth

A World Economic Forum Report in collaboration with Deloitte

The Future of Manufacturing report identified a number of factors that will shape the future of competition between countries and companies. Three areas rose to the top as the most critical: human capital and talent development; innovation and technology advancement; and strategic use of public policy emphasizing collaboration between policy-makers and business leaders...More

2013 Global Manufactu­ring Competitive­ness Index

An in-depth analysis of survey responses

Over the next five years, 20th-century manufacturing stalwarts like the United States, Germany and Japan will be challenged to maintain their competitive edge to emerging nations such as China, India and Brazil, according to the 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index report from Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited’s (DTTL) Global Manufacturing Industry group and the U.S. Council on Competitiveness...More

Chemicals

Navigating the future of work

What images does “the future of work” conjure up for you? In his 1930 essay, Economic possibilities for our grandchildren, John Maynard Keynes foretold a future of “technological unemployment” and 15-hour workweeks. We’ve long since given up on early 20th-century utopian visions of a leisure society in which machines do almost everything for us. But there’s no question that what we actually do these days is changing fast, and will continue to change.

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The chemical multiverse 4.0

The chemical multiverse 4.0

In the wake of the dramatic economic downturn of the second half of 2008 and throughout 2009, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global) launched the Chemicals 2020 trilogy. This series of reports titled The decade ahead (December 2009), The chemical multiverse (November 2010), and The end market alchemy (October 2011), was grounded in four areas:

  • State of the chemical industry, as a whole
  • Position of individual companies that manufactured and sold chemicals and plastics
  • Habits and patterns of customers
  • Economic environment in major regions of the world

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The chemical multiverse 4.0

Chemistry 4.0

Growth through innovation in a transforming world

This new Deloitte study in collaboration with VCI shows how the chemicals industry is undergoing a huge transformation, where digitalization and the circular economy play a key role. The study also identified 30 trends which will be of importance to the chemical industry until 2030 with a focus on the key market in Germany... More

2017 Global Chemical Industry M&A Outlook

2017 Global Chemical Industry M&A Outlook 

Momentum continues despite global uncertainties

Global chemical mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is expected to increase in 2017, but geopolitical factors such as protectionism could pose a challenge to achieving the levels of record activity the industry experienced in 2015 and 2016...More

2017 Global Chemical Industry M&A Outlook

Digital Transformation: Are chemical enterprises ready?

As the global chemical industry prepares to embrace digital transformation, many challenges and obstacles can impact the decisions of senior executives. Based on findings from the inaugural 2016 Global Digital Chemistry Survey, this article intends to mitigate many negative perceptions related to digital transformation and recommend specific steps to navigate through its challenges and realize its benefits...More

2016 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook

Global chemical mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is expected to remain buoyant in 2016, building on the strong momentum experienced in 2015, with continued portfolio realignment and consolidation plays in various segments...More

The talent imperative in the global chemical industry

The global chemical industry is currently experiencing intense changes. A slew of new and on-going challenges—from constrained margins and increasing cyclicality, to activist investors and a dramatic decline in new product introductions—are forcing companies to make dramatic shifts in strategy to continue to generate the return on capital that investors have come to expect. What is more, global chemical companies will need to manage these changes in a difficult talent environment marked by a looming wave of retirements and incoming talent that seems to have little interest or awareness of importance of the industry to the economy and society at large...More

Pricing in the Chemical Industry

Boost your pricing power

60% of the chemical companies indicated that a dedicated price optimisation strategy is a ‘must have’ business initiative. And today companies are still suffering to determine the right pricing method for their solutions. The evolution of profitability and gross margin performance of the roughly 250 existing chemical and materials companies globally over the past one and a half decade reveals a rather negative perspective and investment potential...More

The feed­stocks prism

Unveiling value in volatile and complex petrochemi­cals

A new puzzle for a new century. The face of the global chemical industry, chemistry, and chemical manufacturing has changed. It did not come about all at once and it is not apparent from every angle. But, for those taking notice, this new look could mark a time of accelerated transformation. While numerous articles have been written about megatrends and their impact on demand, societal change is only part of the story...More

2015 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook

The momentum continues

Global chemical mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is expected to increase further in 2015, building on a strong year of activity in 2014 that saw 635 M&A transactions with an aggregate value of US$77.8 billion. According to the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (Deloitte Global) Manufacturing Industry group’s 2015 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook, companies are continuing to realign portfolios and pursue profitable inorganic growth opportunities...More

2014 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook

Expect a rise in global chemical industry M&A activity in 2014

The Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited Global Manufacturing Industry group has released this year’s 2014 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook which predicts a rise in global chemical activity in 2014 due to downstream value-added opportunities, continued strength in specialty chemicals, and portfolio realignments in North America...More

The Chemical Industry in the Netherlands: World leading today and in 2030-2050

A report that provides insights into the future of the chemical industry in The Netherlands...More

The decade ahead: Preparing for an unpredictable future in the global chemical industry

Solutions to help chemical companies become more disciplined and focused to function effectively in a global industry...More

Automotive

Automotive news

Nowadays, the automotive industry in Russia suffers from a range of significant problems, including reduced sales, toughening of competition and changes in customer’s habits, accompanied by an increase in the level of their expectations...More

The future of mobility

How transportation technology and social trends are creating a new business ecosystem

Our new publication, The Future of Mobility, explores two divergent visions: an insider view that the extended industry will evolve naturally and incrementally towards a future mobility system that retains its roots in what exists, and a disrupter view which sees a whole new age drawing near featuring fully autonomous cars accessible on-demand which will lead to a tipping point in mobility...More

Forest, Paper & Packaging

2013 Global forest, paper and packaging trend watch

A changing landscape: South America's influence on global markets

This Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) Global Manufacturing Industry group 2013 trend watch for the global forest, paper, and packaging sector states that significant capacity expansion plans in South America are set to add between 20 to 30 million metric tons of chemical pulp to the global forest, paper, and packaging (FP&P) market by 2020...More

Metal Products

Overview of steel and iron market

Over the first three months of 2017 saw global steel output reach 410.5 million tonnes, up 5.7 percent from the same period in 2016. In 2016 China saw an increase of 1.8 percent in domestic consumption of steel amidst the continuing incentives and growth in loans...More

Overview of steel and iron market

Depreciating Russian Rouble Offsets Financial Losses of Steel-Makers

In 2016, political and economic events have continued to have a lasting effect on the global metals market. Instability and the resulting lack of confidence can be felt both locally and internationally...More

Iron and steel industry report

The iron and steel industry is a basis for the development of a number of industries in the global economy: the defense industry, transportation and heavy engineering, energy and construction (including aeronautical and shipping construction). Moreover, the iron and steel industry is closely related to the chemical industry and light industry. It shows that the iron and steel industry has the potential to contribute to the competitiveness of national producers and to the growth of the national economy...More

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