World Power Industry Analyzed in New Topical iCD Research Study Published at MarketPublishers.com16 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Throughout the global power industry, 45% of respondents show more optimism about their company’s revenue prospects over the next 12 months, with 22% being less optimistic. Respondents from companies operating in North America are the most optimistic of revenue growth in the next 12 months, 54%, followed by 45% respondents who operate in the Asia-Pacific, 42% from Europe and 36% who operate from the ROW. The key expected changes in business structure for 2012 include “improving operational efficiency”, “expand in current market” and “stabilizing company finances”. Overall, executives from the global power industry expect increased levels of consolidation with 54% anticipating that there will be either a significant increase or increase in M&A activity over the next 12 months. The better part of respondents from the ROW, 56%, expects an increase in M&A activities during the next 12 months.
New study “Global Power Survey 2012-2013: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Power Industry” drawn up by iCD Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Global Power Survey 2012-2013: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Power Industry
Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 2.000,00
The research study analyzes how power industry companies’ procurement expenditure, business strategies and practices are set to change in 2012–2013, featuring the opinions of 330 global power industry executives related to the following:
- revenue growth and future developments in business structure;
- M&A activity;
- capital expenditure and change in staff recruitment activity;
- key regions of growth;
- key industry threats and opportunities;
- key supplier actions and e-procurement;
- annual procurement budgets and change in procurement expenditure;
- change in supplier selection and procurement objectives.
More new studies by the publisher can be found at iCD Research page.