Impact of Global Trends on the Food and Drink Industry: 2020 and Beyond Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors.
The First of three podcasts prepared in January, 2011, where the business implications of the twelve emerging trends are explored.
David builds on research work published by the Consumer Goods Forum in its “2020 Future Value Chain” report (2011).
- Socio-Economic and Demographic
- Shifting of economic power globally
- Increasing urbanisation
- Increasing spread of wealth
- Ageing population
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