Profdavidhughes https://www.profdavidhughes.com International Speaker on Global Food and Drink Industry Issues Sat, 09 Mar 2013 17:06:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 16752413 Trends Update 2012. Part 2: Agribusiness and Food Industry Trends and Implications for the Food Industry. https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/trends-update-2012-part-2-agribusiness-and-food-industry-trends-and-implications-for-the-food-industry/ Wed, 23 May 2012 22:29:15 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=959 Working his way through the supply chain, David identifies important trends that will have in impact on the agribusiness, food and drink industry.

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Trends Update 2012. Part 1: Consumer and Social Trends and Implications for the Food and Drink Industry. https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/trends-update-2012-part-1-consumer-and-social-trends-and-implications-for-the-food-and-drink-industry/ Wed, 23 May 2012 21:40:42 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=955 Consumer and demographic trends that have important implications for businesses in the food and drink industry are identified and discussed.

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Maximising Commercial Opportunities with Baby Boomers https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/maximising-commercial-opportunities-with-baby-boomers/ https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/maximising-commercial-opportunities-with-baby-boomers/#comments Sat, 14 Apr 2012 19:10:31 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=942 “Over 60 year old’s have 30% of the income and 70% of wealth in Western countries. Are you doing something special for oldies?”

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Sharing Business Values with Value Chain Partners https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/sharing-business-values-with-value-chain-partners/ Sat, 09 Jul 2011 18:04:56 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=932 Gone are the days when Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives could be considered “nice to have” projects to work on when business conditions are favourable.
The way we do business is changing and “triple bottom lines” are here to stay. Choosing value chain partners who share your views on business’ social responsibilities will be essential to future commercial success.

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Fish and Seafood Retailing in Portugal https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/fish-and-seafood-retailing-in-portugal/ Thu, 19 May 2011 18:36:15 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=916 Portuguese families give the Japanese a good run for their money on fish consumption. David explores seafood retailing in Lisbon and explains why comparative per capita meat consumption figures across the globe should be taken with a pinch of salt!

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The Global Trends and Their Impact on the Food and Drink Industry: 2020 and Beyond – Part One https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/the-global-trends-and-their-impact-on-the-food-and-drink-industry-2020-and-beyond-part-one/ Tue, 15 Feb 2011 18:00:54 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=805 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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Global Trends and Their Impact on the Food and Drink Industry: 2020 and Beyond – Part Two https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/global-trends-and-their-impact-on-the-food-and-drink-industry-2020-and-beyond-part-two/ Tue, 15 Feb 2011 17:45:52 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=814 The Impact of Global Trends on the Food and Drink Industry: 2020 and Beyond

Health & Well-Being and “Green” issues

  • Increased importance of health and well-being
  • Growing consumer concerns about sustainability
  • Scarcity of natural resources
  • Increase in regulatory pressures

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Global Trends and Their Impact on the Food and Drink Industry: 2020 and Beyond – Part Three https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/global-trends-and-their-impact-on-the-food-and-drink-industry-2020-and-beyond-part-three/ Tue, 15 Feb 2011 17:25:02 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=822 The Impact of Global Trends on the Food and Drink Industry: 2020 and Beyond

Emerging Technologies for Consumers and Industry

  • Adoption of new communications technology by consumers
  • Increase in demand for consumer services
  • Rapid adoption of supply chain technology by industry
  • Impact of next-generation technology by consumers and industry
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The Impact of Global Trends on Your Business to 2020 and Beyond https://www.profdavidhughes.com/newsblog/the-impact-of-global-trends-on-your-business-to-2020-and-beyond/ Tue, 15 Feb 2011 16:53:39 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=796 It’s time to look up and out from your business! There are three sets of global trends that are and will have a profound impact on your business through the remainder of this decade and beyond.:

  • Socio-Economic and Demographic
  • Shifting of economic power globally
  • Increasing urbanisation
  • Increasing spread of wealth
  • Ageing population
  • Health & Well-Being plus “Green” Issues
  • Increased importance of health and well-being
  • Growing consumer concerns about sustainability
  • Scarcity of natural resources
  • Increase in regulatory pressures
  • Impact of Technology on Consumers and Industry
  • Adoption of new communications technology by consumers
  • Increase in demand for consumer services
  • Rapid adoption of supply chain technology by industry
  • Impact of next-generation technology by consumers and industry

In three podcasts prepared in January, 2011, 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).

Please find these in my Latest Global Food Observations and Observations and Issues podcast section.

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Why Poor People Eat Out More Often than Rich People! https://www.profdavidhughes.com/podcasts/globalfoodpodcast/why-poor-people-eat-out-more-often-than-rich-people/ Tue, 21 Dec 2010 14:23:02 +0000 http://www.profdavidhughes.com/?p=863 Street Food Bargins in Emerging Countires:

Why Poor People Eat Out More Often than Rich People!

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