Falke Information

FALKE Information is a business intelligence boutique firm founded in 2008. Since its creation, FALKE has consistently delivered results that helped their clients make intelligent and well-informed business decisions.

FALKE'S team has over 10 years of expertise in market research and knows exactly how to best keep their clients informed without drowning them with too much information. Their business reports have an innovative format: straight-forward analysis presented through graphics, diagrams and the essential amount of text. This enables clients to gain a quick and easy understanding of the topics of interest.
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22 Reports from Falke Information

  • Overview of the Brazilian agribusiness sector

    ... larger share of the sector’s GDP (65.5%) when compared to livestock farming. The agribusiness trade balance continues to sustain the Brazilian foreign trade with estimated balance of US$ 62 billion FOB in 2016. Opportunities in ... Read More

  • Overview of the Brazilian construction materials sector

    ... industry in the country. Retail stores are the main historic distribution channel but lost relevance to the construction industry in recent years, currently accounting for 28% of sales. Construction materials exports account for only US$ ... Read More

  • Overview of the Brazilian food sector

    ... representing 10.5% of the national GDP. The industry employs 1.6 million people in Brazil and the meat segment represents 28% of sales. Food exports have decreased but the trade balance remains highly positive but no ... Read More

  • Overview of the Brazilian contact centre sector

    ... to increase in Reais since 2011 but will drop to US$ 17,030 in the same year. In Brazil, customer care contact centres are used particularly by higher income customers and predominantly via telephone and in ... Read More

  • Evolution of the Brazilian media & advertising sector

    ... services. Open TV remains the main chosen media in Brazil and has gained relevance since 2007 at 58% in 2016 compared to 50% back then. Less traditional media gained relevance in the market such as ... Read More

  • Evolution & overview of the Brazilian autoparts sector

    ... of 67% compared to 2011 when the industry achieved record sales figures. Use of capacity dropped continuously over the past 6 years, reaching 66% in 2017 and labour costs increased from 19% to over 22% ... Read More

  • The Brazilian banking sector and its potential opportunities

    ... 2015 and 2017 but due to the depreciation of the Real, still sustaining positive CAGR of 4.7% in real terms since 2008. Concentration increased through mergers and acquisitions and foreign banks have lost their share ... Read More

  • Semiannual social-economic analysis of Brazil

    ... have worsened considerably in 2014 and 2015, culminating in the loss of ‘investment grade’. The economy shrank 19.2% in dollars between 2014 and 2017 with GDP currently amounting to US$ 1.95 trillion. Breakdown of GDP ... Read More

  • Brazilian payments system and cards sector

    ... with transaction value of US$ 381 billion. Large banks dominate the segment with cards representing 60% of online payments in Brazil. The average ticket for credit cards is almost twice as high as for debit ... Read More

  • Evolution & development of the Brazilian airline sector

    ... recently Azul. The market for commercial airline services is expected to drop further to 106 million paying passengers and to sustain 0.9 million tons of cargo transported in domestic and international flights in 2017. Revenues ... Read More

  • Evolution and development of the Brazilian cement sector

    ... top 6 players holding almost 92% of production. Per capita consumption was increasing steadily until 2012 when it stagnated around 350 kg/inhabitant and after 2008, cement exports have dropped to almost irrelevant levels. The cement ... Read More

  • Biomass and alternative energy sources in Brazil

    ... of sugarcane bagasse is expected to increase further and there is considerable room for growth. Revenue from renewable sources is expected to grow +44% between 2016 and 2026 with predominant share of solar energy. Nevertheless, ... Read More

  • Overview of the Brazilian pharmaceutical & health sector

    ... Generics currently represent 27% of the market compared to 12% in 2007. Exports only represent about 7% of sales and the sector’s trade balance has remained negative, reaching a deficit of US$ 5.3 billion in ... Read More

  • Evolution & development of the Brazilian utilities sector

    ... with industries consuming 36% thereof. The top 10 energy conglomerates in Brazil hold 50% of distribution and participate in all segments: generation, transmission and distribution. Renewable sources cover 70% of the electricity matrix. Among the ... Read More

  • The Brazilian construction, infrastructure & highway sector

    ... 2016 and is expected to drop further to US$ 89 billion in 2017. There are two distinct segments: civil construction and heavy construction (infrastructure works) and the southeast region concentrates almost 50% of all construction ... Read More

  • Recent evolution of the Brazilian automotive sector

    ... industries and revenues dropped from US$ 94 billion in 2011 to below US$ 52 billion in 2016. Investments in the industry have stagnated and accumulate US$ 29.4 million since 2006. The industry remains highly concentrated ... Read More

  • Evolution of the Brazilian insurance industry

    ... billion and nearly US$ 25 billion in premiums in 2017, the equivalent to 4.9% of GDP. The market is composed of two main player categories: independent insurance groups and large banking conglomerates, the latter showing ... Read More

  • Evolution of the Brazilian steel and metals sector

    ... the peak of 2011. Total metals production in Brazil accounted for almost 39 million tons with revenues of US$ 39 billion in 2017. Trade balance remained positive over the past years and amounts to US$ ... Read More

  • Evolution of the Brazilian education sector

    ... 2007 and 2016. Private education holds about 88% of higher education schools and 76% of enrolments. However, the private sector is less relevant in primary and secondary education, representing about 21% in 2016. Distance education ... Read More

  • Overview of the Brazilian retail sector

    ... the national GDP and employs around 7.4 million people in Brazil. Hyper and supermarkets account for 31% of retail sales and e-commerce has shown a CAGR of 22% between 2008 and 2016 in revenue and ... Read More

  • Overview & Outlook for the Global Steel Industry

    ... further to 1,545 in 2016. With decreasing steel prices, production value is estimated to have collapsed from US$ 2.5 trillion in 2011 to merely US$ 1.5 trillion in 2015. The decrease in demand and production ... Read More

  • Overview & Evolution of the Global Retail Industry

    ... 2019, with average annual growth rate of 3.8% since 2008. The sector represents 31% of the world’s GDP and employs billions of people throughout the globe. Hyper and supermarkets account for 35% of retail direct ... Read More

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