One year on, travel bans, social restrictions and new health protocols continue to disrupt the travel and tourism industry. The global pandemic highlighted clear flaws in traditional volume-driven tourism models which are no longer fit for purpose in the new…
Euromonitor International will be hosting a live panel discussion with guest speakers from IKEA Group, Leaders on Purpose and the former Director of Sustainable Business for M&S about the evolving nature of sustainability and the significance it will have during…
By 2040, 80% of all new vehicle registrations in Poland will be electric. Consumer appetite for electric vehicles is being pushed by favourable government policies, growing supply of affordable electric vehicles, and an improving charging infrastructure, among other factors. However, with 1.5% of all new vehicle registrations being electric in 2020, Poland is still far behind major European economies such as Sweden, Norway and Demark in electrifying its vehicle fleet.
Sustainability is needed at the heart of business strategy so environmental and social goals can be integrated into companies' targets and activities. The ultimate goal is to create long-term value, not only for stakeholders but also for the wider society. The food industry is one of the biggest contributors to climate change and therefore there is a need to rethink our food systems. Increased demand for plant-based diets and tech-driven innovation to achieve more efficient agricultural practices are but two examples of the ongoing change in this space.
According to Euromonitor, Hong Kong recorded one of the fastest growing markets for meat-substitutes in Asia Pacific in 2020. Sabrina Sakhrani, General Manager of Euromonitor International's Hong Kong office interviewed Next Gen Foods about the company's newly established plant-based chicken TiNDLE, together with Classic Fine Foods, its distributor, on their visions, insights and disruptions in the plant-based field.
While the global luxury goods market is expected to recover from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, sustainability will remain an increasing focus area for luxury players to engage with consumers; values are changing, and a new normal is taking shape. In this podcast, Euromonitor International’s Industry Manager Fflur Roberts and Consultant Yuri Gorai discuss sustainability trends in the global luxury goods industry as well as in the important Japanese market with Senior Specialist for Investor Relations and ESG at Valuence Holdings, Taro Okamura.
Consumers around the world are showing clear messages regarding packaging preferences that are better for the environment. Greener solutions like recyclable, biodegradable and refillable are rooted in Latin American consumer minds, over Europe and North America. Yet there is still a gap between what consumers want and the available solutions companies are offering in the region, so players should prioritise sustainable packaging efforts, as it is already happening in Europe, to win in Latin America.