Making Sense of Volatility: How Does your Business Connect to Economic and Industry Sector Indicators? Frost & Sullivan uncovers how to "GET-IT" using Global Economic Tracker - Insights and Trends to develop better forecasts for real-time business performance
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
11:00 a.m. EST on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014
Online, with free registration
Frost & Sullivan Emerging Market and Economic Development Innovation Global Vice President Sath Rao, Senior Economic Consultant Craig Parker and Chief Economist Dr. Vinnie Aggarwal
With 2014 underway, there have been unprecedented financial capital outflows from emerging markets and a number of emerging economies vulnerable to capital outflows; the risks and volatility in markets have also increased. Cheaper U.S. shale gas has already affected the global energy supply pattern. These shifting patterns will affect many economies and industries. However, not all will be susceptible to the same risks, and some may perform better than others.
Attend this webinar to discover:
- How your business performance correlates to economic and industry indicators
- How to gauge changing global and regional growth patterns, allowing companies to map business performance against a variety of industry and economic benchmarks
- An understanding of the uncertainties while investing in emerging markets
Business leaders, now more than ever, need short-term industry and economic forecasts and must have the ability to analyze the data to track dependencies and drivers of growth. This briefing will provide a unique opportunity to navigate a ground-breaking tool from Frost & Sullivan, based on data in our Global Economic Tracker – Insights and Trends (GET-IT) as well as the Growth Analytical Predictor (GAP), giving clients a greater understanding of volatility and the ability to track trends and correlation on a short-term basis.
"Unforeseen economic volatility will have a significant impact on company revenue if not better understood or forecast," said Frost & Sullivan Emerging Market and Economic Development Innovation Global Vice President Sath Rao. "The threat of a slowdown in emerging markets in 2014 and the lingering fragilities in industrialized economies will make it imperative for corporations to trace and analyze the interconnectivities between revenue growth and important economic and industry indicators."
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