Justinas Lasinskas

Justinas Lasinskas Senior Consultant


Lithuanian, English

About Justinas

Justinas develops technological solutions for Euronomonitor's Economies and Consumers research. This covers report generation, data analysis, visualisation and automated reporting, using cutting-edge technologies.



Justinas specialises in technology industries, such as IT, telecommunications and electronics. He has a special interest in automation, AI, Industry 4.0 and similar fields. Justinas has extensive experience in B2B-related industries, insights, presentations and data analysis. He has also accumulated extensive knowledge in project management, solution implementation and deployment.

Related to Industrial (Entire Economy)


"African Beauty" Trend Creates Opportunities for Beauty and Ingredient Players

Kauthar Jakoet

Kauthar Jakoet

28 Nov 23

African Beauty has emerged as a robust and contemporary trend within the beauty and personal care space. Defined as a multi-dimensional concept that looks at the continent’s rich history when it comes to beauty rituals and self-expression, the trend highlights the notion that many beauty and personal care products do not address the specific needs of African consumers.


ISM Middle East 2023

Monique Naval

Monique Naval

Dubai World Trade Center, Dubai, UAE 8 Nov 23 | GST: 04:45 PM

An overview and insights into the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) sweets and snacks market, highlighting growth forecasts and opportunities within the region.


Rising Energy Pressures: Navigating Energy Vulnerability in Asia Pacific

Aleksandra  Svidler

Aleksandra Svidler

7 Oct 23

Historically known for their robust economic growth, many Asian economies are grappling with a complex combination of energy vulnerabilities and aspirations for a sustainable energy future amidst a rapidly evolving global energy landscape. This article delves into the energy vulnerability of select Asian countries, offering insights into the challenges they face and the opportunities they can seize to enhance their energy security.