A short article in this UK national paper announces the launch of Arthur D. Little’s Global Carbon Equity Index. The article includes a quote from Davide Vassallo.
Full page feature article on Arthur D. Little’s Global Carbon Equity Index that includes an interview quote from Davide Vassallo.
Dean Brabec is quoted in an article that discusses upcoming trends coming out of the former Soviet bloc from a consulting perspective.
The German internet economy is about to grow even further: A recent ADL study in cooperation with the Association of the German Internet-Economy underlines this trend. "Eventually, publishers want to make money with a new business model" comments Juergen Morath from ADL. The model directs to hybrid offers, combining free and paid content.
In 2008 the internet economy in Germany generated a total turnover of more than 45 Billion Euro. "This growth will continue" predicts Juergen Morath from ADL who coordinated the study in cooperation with the Association of German Internet-Economy. One of the main boosters of this trend is the online advertising industry with a 25 percent increase in sales in 2008.
The cell phone market is fast evolving. "It’s all happening in the Smartphone-business", says Klaus von den Hoff. Not only the cheap segment but also the pricy all-rounders like Apple's iPhone or Google's Nexus One will reap thriving growth-figures within the cell phone market. The laggard in this business is Nokia who are now trying to catch up on this trend.
Certified "Grenelle de l’environnement", Carex project has just got a European dimension thanks to the creation of Euro Carex. (...) The study was conducted by Arthur D. Little and reveals that the new railway line could manage a round trip a day in 2012 and up two from 2016.
Antonio España, Principal from Arthur D. Little's Energy Practice, wrote an article expressing his opinion on a text published by the National Competition Agency which stated competency is still low in the national energy sector. Antonio explained that on the one hand, the switching process is easy and does not affect energy supply, but on the other hand, a relevant share of the market is still being charged a regulated tariff which makes competing nonsense.
Considered as the big winner against pandemic flu, vaccine manufacturers have to kiss goodbye the sale millions of doses of vaccines in France, a rather limited financial setback.
Seven years ago Thomas Cook closed down its Air Marin. Now the company wants to concentrate on attracting individual tourists and wants to re-animate its brand. The segment called “dynamic packaging” offers customers to configure their individual wishes and needs for their journey. Today, 6% of all bookings are packed dynamically. A recent study by ADL predicts an increase of 30% by 2015.