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Data-savvy digital marketers must still maintain an emotional connection with the people who do the buying.
By adapting nimbly to the new conditions they face, leading private equity firms the focus on China will capitalize on their increased control by doing what they do best.
The incredible shrinking retail channel: market share for Europe’s traditional hypermarkets, supermarkets could plummet to less than 50 percent by 2025 as consumers flock to value and smaller stores and online
With record amounts of capital in private equity firms’ hands waiting to be deployed into new investments, private equity funds must put dry powder to work, notwithstanding today’s uncertain economic outlook.
For those nimble and adaptable enough to fortify themselves against inevitable economic headwinds, a recession can be a time to shore up portfolios and seize new opportunities.
Many leading private equity firms are beginning to recognize that a solid portfolio value-creation program needs to flow organically from a firm’s unique strategy and values.
Every crest of every wave in the private equity cycle is an opportunity for general partners to demonstrate their ability to outperform.
The recent slower pace of private equity fund investments portends a falloff in exits over the coming five years.
Every private equity firm will need to fine-tune its radar for divining where markets are heading and zero in on the disruptions and discontinuities that will spell future investment success or failure.
The clarity and confidence that private equity firms are gaining by taking a thematic approach to building their portfolios will help power superior performance for years to come.
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