Urbanization Market Study - 600 Largest Cities to Fetch $35tn Worth Global GDP Growth by 2025

31 Aug, 2016, 08:30 ET from ReportsnReports

PUNE, India, August 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

2016 urbanization market study titled "Population Engines: The Rise of Urbanization; Identifying and understanding the future urban landscape" says world's largest 600 cities will account for 70% of global GDP growth during 2015-2025. The urban landscape is in the midst of a transformation, with the focus of the urban world shifting east. Cities in emerging regions in Asia will become major hubs of economic activity, productivity, and innovation, while the dominance of established metropolitan areas in developed regions will decline.

Complete report Population Engines: The Rise of Urbanization; Identifying and understanding the future urban landscape spreads across 39 pages and is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/664444-population-engines-the-rise-of-urbanization-identifying-and-understanding-the-future-urban-landscape.html.    

The world's largest 600 cities will account for 30% of global population growth and 70% of global GDP growth in 2015-25, which translates into $35tn. Despite the fast rate of urbanization, some cities will be shrinking. Surprisingly, some rapidly shrinking cities are capitals and other large cities with major economic clout in their home countries. Aging populations are an increasingly common issue in emerging regions. 60% of the population growth in the 65-plus age category will take place in the Asia-Pacific region. Economic success is not necessarily about size. The cities with the largest per capita GDP have populations of less than 2 million.

"Population Engines: The Rise of Urbanization" is part of a series that discusses urbanization and its implications for consumers and businesses. It delivers the critical "what?", "why?", and "so what?" analysis to teach you crucial lessons that increase your chances of successful market entry.

Some of the questions answered in this urbanization market study report include what regions will experience the fastest urban population growth? What are the opportunities in cities in emerging regions? What potential do small and medium-sized cities offer? How do urban consumers in developed regions differ from urban consumers in emerging regions? Why do some cities shrink despite the fast rate of urbanization globally? What are the needs of aging cities?

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Discover what the urban landscape will look like in 2025 and access actionable insights on urbanization. Learn about the changing demographic profile of urban environments globally. Assess the impact that the economic and social outlook of 2025's urban landscape will have on opportunities and strategic considerations for consumer-centric businesses, including FMCG, food service, retail, and financial services.

Another report titled Strategies to use Big Data in FMCG: How FMCG businesses are utilizing big data to gain a commercial advantage says big data is becoming huge. Across industries, companies are taking advantage of data resources and analytics capabilities to cut costs and target customers more effectively. The FMCG sector has arguably been slow to embrace the potential of big data. This will change as businesses see how big data can be used to find new visions that drive business.

The global market for big data is maturing: forecasts predict the spend on big data technology and services to exceed $40bn in 2018. A review of the world's top FMCG companies reveals big data being used widely. Significant gains relate to using customer behavioral data to improve supply-chain issues, and support for specific marketing initiatives. Manufacturers and FMCG companies are already using big data to achieve significant savings in inventory costs (in the case of Procter and Gamble, over $1bn). Others, such as Nestlé, Coca-Cola, and Mondelez, are using it to develop innovative products, improve targeting and increase revenue per customer. Most FMCG businesses do not lack data. Instead, they have historically been unable to link data on marketing activity to commercial outcomes. This has placed FMCG businesses at a significant disadvantage relative to other business models and retailers. Complete report available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/435124-strategies-to-use-big-data-in-fmcg-how-fmcg-businesses-are-utilizing-big-data-to-gain-a-commercial-advantage.html.

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