Publications

  • Davos 2017: Bain at the World Economic Forum

    January 26, 2017 | Bain video

    Bain partners share their experiences and perspectives from the 2017 World Economic Forum at Davos.

  • The Math, the Magic and the Customer

    April 13, 2016 | Bain Brief

    Data-savvy digital marketers must still maintain an emotional connection with the people who do the buying.

  • Secrets of Marketing Leaders

    April 13, 2016 | Bain infographic

    How leading marketers combine math and magic to stay connected to their customers.

  • Customer Loyalty and the Digical Transformation in P&C and Life Insurance: Global Edition 2014

    June 18, 2014 | Financial Services | Bain Brief

    Bain’s new survey of 158,400 consumers in 18 countries sheds light on how various customer segments perceive their P&C and life carriers; what customers want from their carriers and how they behave; and how different distribution channels influence loyalty. The report discusses four specific steps

  • Doing business in China: learn from Dell

    February 10, 2005 | Technology | The Financial Times

    Of all the business innovations explorer Marco Polo discovered in 13th century China, he was perhaps most surprised by the use of paper money. It was worth dozens of times the weight of the heavy coins that European traders lugged around.

  • China: The Great Transition

    September 30, 2003 | Fundamentals of Growth | Harvard Business Review

    As China's economy grows and opens further, the opportunity it presents to multinationals is changing. Foreign companies are moving to country development and new strategic choices. Now, foreign firms can actually go after the Chinese domestic market, and it's worth going after.

  • Broadband Services - Success Second Time Around

    March 31, 1999 | Strategic Due Diligence | Global Telecoms Business

    Broadband services are back at the financing trough -this time with their hunger for growth financing backed by adequate consumer and small business demand. Global capital markets will be asked for more than $100 billion of broadband network construction funding over the next three to five years.