Kamile is an analyst for Euromonitor’s Economies and Consumers insights team. She has an extensive understanding of a variety of socioeconomic subjects.
Kamile works closely with the broader Economies insights team, providing her expertise in areas such as cities, economy, finance and trade and commodities. Moreover, Kamile oversees the development and enhanced automation of country reports. She has a master's degree in World Politics and International Relations from the University of Pavia and has research experience in Germany.
A whopping three out of four of global consumers surveyed in early 2023 say they are concerned that the prices of everyday items are going up. In response, most are adopting new cost-cutting tactics, while others are turning to credit and borrowing resources to bolster their spending power.
Trade tensions and major disruptions in global supply chains have pushed investors to look for alternative business locations. The regional bloc of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is increasingly viewed as a prospective option for new investments thanks to trade liberalisation, rapid digital advancement and cost advantages.
Ageing, urbanisation and migration continue to be major factors shaping global population. The number of seniors around the world is expected to grow and with it the focus on wellness and health to increase. Meanwhile, rapid urbanisation and intensifying international migration is expected to have long-term implications for socioeconomic development across the globe.