Friday, 22 June 2012

Global Business Survey: Revenue Growth Trends and Key Markets for Growth in 2012 – 2013

The reasons for increased revenue growth highlighted by respondents across various industries are; increased consumer demand towards health and wellness-oriented food products in markets such as China and India, the emergence of new profitable markets for oil and gas industries, growing populations, significant private-sector investments, and significant government investment for the global medical device industry. 

Across various industry verticals, 58% of respondents from the global food industry are ‘more optimistic’ about the revenue growth of their companies in 2012 (reference see graph below). Similar trends are observed in the oil and gas, and medical devices industries.

Across all industries, a significant portion of respondents identify India, China, and Brazil as key emerging markets in 2012. Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the US and Australia are considered the most promising developed regions to offer significant growth opportunities in 2012, as identified by a large proportion of respondents across 11 key industry segments.

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