Snacks have always played an important role in people's lives. It satisfies cravings and provides energy between meals. In 2018, revenue of snack sales exceeded $150 billion dollars worldwide. Despite its optimal revenue and growth, the industry has been going through some serious reconstruction recently. Consumers are demanding healthier options and craving less indulgence food.
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The world is changing rapidly. People are becoming more interconnected than ever. Information is increasingly easier and cheaper to come by. Whether it's texting, social media, emailing, faster logistics, or finding information on the internet, it all leads to one thing, making a faster paced and more competitive business environment. Here are some top trends in business that are already happening but will play a significant role in the future.
In the business world competition is something companies must thrive on. In order to survive in this cut throat global economy, companies have to be able to compete with each other and show their strengths. Our coming blog series is based on just that, competition. We will be show casing the best of the best in international business.
Any international business professional should be aware of the world around them. We will help you out by putting the important information all in one place. This week watch for lists of the top countries for offshoring, top global business cities, top traded commodities, top countries in the ease of doing business, top business risks, and top international business trends. It is essential to stay on top of the latest trends and know where in the world potential for business growth lies. All of these lists should help you to get a feel of the current international business environment, and see ‘What’s On Top’. So come back later this week for some awesome posts!
Recently, Ernst and Young released a report highlighting the top global trends affecting business today. These are the key issues that business leaders should be looking at right now:
1. The increasing political and economic dominance of emerging markets will cause global companies to rethink and customize their corporate strategies.
It’s often difficult for those in the Food and Beverage Industry to determine what consumers want. The industry is such that the consumers have very fickle tastes, and this makes for quick trend shifts. While organic foods were popular in 2008, the recession led to a return to inexpensive comfort foods in 2009. With the economy in recovery, what trend shifts can we expect in 2010?