Market Publishers Ltd and Precision Business Insights Sign Partnership Agreement15 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd and Precision Business Insights (PBI) signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on Internet. MarketPublishers.com is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports prepared by PBI.
Natalie Aster, Assistant Manager at Partners Department, commented on the partnership agreement: “PBI is a leading firm whose mission is to provide off-the-shelf and customised global market research studies and business advisory services. PBI’s team of industry experts and consultants boast expertise in working on various types of projects, as well as have served a vast array of clients across versatile verticals such as biotech, pharma, medical devices, chemicals, electronics and electrical equipment, agriculture, veterinary, food and drinks, etc. The company assists its clients by delivering actionable insights and strategies to make better decisions for business growth. We are excited to have partnered with PBI and believe that our collaboration will yield significant benefits for both parties and, certainly, for our clients the world over.”
Insightful market research publications by PBI:
Global Residue Testing Market. The world market for residue testing was worth more than USD 3,300 million as of 2016 and is projected to gain traction at a CAGR of close to 7% to 2023. Factors like stiff regulations to test the harmful elements, surging awareness and rising health concerns are driving the sector’s expansion and growth. Meantime, strict food manufacturing regulations, lack of food control infrastructure and resources, poor awareness about the safety requirements are restraining the growth of the market. The research provides an all-round assessment of the marketplace, categorising it based on residue, application, technology, and geography-wise …
Middle East and Africa Residue Testing Market. The region’s market for residue testing is expected to gather momentum at a 7% CAGR to 2023, on account of a hike in the agricultural production, high volumes of pesticides, and an expanding number of laboratories. Export restrictions on processed foods and farm fresh manufactured from the countries in the region are propelling the growth of the market. The GCC residue testing sector captured the major market revenue share as of 2016, and is posited to lead the market in the offing. South Africa’s market is set to increase at around 10% CAGR through to 2023. More market information is at hand in the study …
More details on the publisher and its studies can be found at PBI page.