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Why does decommissioning a nuclear power plant require the most sophisticated and highest-value PPE? Which activities contribute the most revenue? How are PPE product segments protecting against radioactivity and other physical, thermal, and electrical hazards? Find out more in this research.
Explore key end-use sectors like F&B, dietary supplements, personal care and cosmetics, animal feed additives, and pet nutrition ingredients. Examine key imperatives like geopolitical chaos, key themes for suppliers like sustainability, and top consumer priorities like health.
What is the expected revenue and growth rate for segments like latex and synthetic gloves and sub-segments like powder-free latex and polyisoprene gloves? How will the price-sensitive regions and the increased adoption of eco-friendly and biodegradable products drive this industry?
The Sheconomy impacts almost every economic sector because a more significant proportion of highly educated women are joining the global workforce every year. With the increase in spending power, women are propelling economic activity from both ends—accelerating growth as a workforce and featuring as promising retail consumers. However, this female-powered economy is more than a mega trend for leveraging the economy. It is a massive force that addresses the inequalities women have faced at home, in society, and in their workplaces for generations.
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Despite the commercialisation of new technologies, there is still a significant gap, especially if we want to reach the sustainability goals set for 2050. One of the other options to close this gap is to change consumer behaviour and reduce plastic consumption. In some cases, this is feasible and even desirable. But in other cases, it could mean sacrificing something (a piece of packaging, for example) that actually does an important job, like reducing food waste.
Global food supplies have experienced a challenging couple of years. First, in 2021, due to supply constraints in fundamental fertilizer-producing countries like China, India, the US, Canada, and Russia; now, we need to add the war in Ukraine to the analysis. This issue involves us all because supply chains are truly global, and one country’s trade problem becomes a problem for the rest of the world.
Leveraging key transformational technologies and trends driving emerging opportunities was the underlying theme at Frost & Sullivan’s recent event, “Asia Pacific Perspective: What are the Transformational Opportunities in 2022?” It featured key insights into critical developments impacting industries such as energy, healthcare, aerospace & defense and technology. Participants also had the chance to listen to an in-depth panel discussion highlighting the key trends in healthcare.
The 12th edition of Frost & Sullivan and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)’s Sustainability 4.0 Awards took place virtually on Jan. 12, 2022. The awards recognized companies embedding sustainability with economic value creation, thereby creating value for all stakeholders, building a safer environment, and ensuring a stronger community.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global 3D Printing Materials Growth Opportunities, finds that the global 3D printing materials market is projected to reach $3.18 billion by 2027 from $1.33 billion in 2020 at a compound annual growth rate of 13.3%. The market is driven by the growing acceptance and deployment of 3D printing technologies in product design and development functions.Read more