Revenue Growth Trends in Key Global Markets Surveyed in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
22 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Of all the respondents across different industry verticals, 58% of respondents from the global food industry are more optimistic about revenue growth of their companies in 2012. Furthermore, survey results show that 55% and 53% of respective respondents from the global oil & gas industry and the medical devices industry are more optimistic about the revenue growth of their companies this year.
The main reasons for the above mentioned increased revenue growth optimism are the rise in consumer demand for health and wellness oriented food products in China and India, the emergence of new profitable markets for the oil & gas industries, population upsurge, huge private-sector investments, as well as government support in the form of significant spending in the global medical device industry.
New survey report “Global Business Survey: Revenue Growth Trends and Key Markets for Growth in 2012-2013” elaborated by iCD Research provides comprehensive analysis of global revenue growth outlook in 2012-2013 across 12 key industry segments including the top emerging and developed markets for growth. It explores projections surrounding revenue growth activities and the core factors influencing such anticipations. In addition, the study features analysis of the most promising emerging and developed markets across 11 key industry segments in 2012-2013. Access to information categorized by region, company type, and company size, is also provided.
Key industries covered include: airports, beverages, defense, food, medical devices, mining, oil and gas, packaging, pharmaceutical, power, and transport.
Global Business Survey: Revenue Growth Trends and Key Markets for Growth in 2012-2013
Published: June, 2012
Price: US$ 2.000,00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at iCD Research page.