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75 Reports from Mintel Industrial Reports

  • Commercial Banking and Finance - UK - March 2018

    ... available to them, such as through the cloud, they can build intelligence on customers’ evolving needs, which can drive value.” – Lewis Cone, B2B Analyst This report will explore the following key issues regarding commercial ... Read More

  • Fleet Services - UK - March 2018

    ... Brexit. New vehicle registrations fell, though this was more symptomatic of pressure on the automotive industry, with fleet vehicles rising as a proportion of total new sales. Accordingly, new contracts and renewals were somewhat subdued. ... Read More

  • Gas Supply and Distribution - UK - March 2018

    ... multi-utility offering to gain a competitive edge. The trend towards multi-utility brands is set to continue, with more suppliers offering diversified services to broaden their appeal to customers. Companies are also looking to gain a ... Read More

  • Schools, Universities and Hospitals - UK - March 2018

    ... expenditure strategy is curtailing investment in schools and the health sector, but is coming under increasing demographic and political pressure to relax restrictions.” - Terry Leggett, Senior Analyst This report addresses the following key questions: ... Read More

  • Railway Engineering - UK - March 2018

    ... latest Long Term Passenger Rolling Stock Strategy. With a capital cost of more than £10 billion, around 50% of these new vehicles are expected to be built in Britain. In response to the sharp upturn ... Read More

  • Children's Social Care - UK - February 2018

    ... children’s services and social care. This could occur even though the number of children in care has reached a record high.” – Lewis Cone, B2B Analyst This Report looks at the following areas: What are ... Read More

  • Software - UK - February 2018

    ... customisation of packaged software is becoming increasingly easy and flexible, assisting a trend to packaged products, which tend to be lower cost than proprietary software. However, the cost of building fully-custom enterprise software is a ... Read More

  • Accounting and Financial Management - UK - February 2018

    ... important role in consultancy services. This trend is set to continue, with larger firms looking to strengthen their multi-disciplinary skills and advisory practices through medium‑sized or boutique bolt‑on acquisitions. Cyber security and risk consultancy companies ... Read More

  • Recycling - UK - February 2018

    ... in the coming years given the recent Chinese ban on imported plastic waste, government budget constraints, and the finalisation of Brexit negotiations. Despite this, the market is expected to continue to grow in the coming ... Read More

  • B2B Insurance - UK - January 2018

    ... new entrants to the industry, who could benefit from quickly adapting to policyholders’ needs, will overtake insurers in the same way that technology-led firms have overtaken incumbents in a number of other industries.” – Lewis ... Read More

  • Civil Engineering - UK - January 2018

    ... companies enter into long-term partnerships and alliances with customers as utility companies look to form more collaborative relationships with suppliers. Alliances that last longer than the regulatory price control period are also becoming more common. ... Read More

  • Computer Security - UK - January 2018

    ... transaction with an organisation that has an internet-connected device. Few people fall outside of this definition, with the issue increasingly ranging from national security to every aspect of society.” – Terry Leggett, Senior B2B Analyst ... Read More

  • Electrical Wholesalers - UK - January 2018

    ... of imported products at a time of intensifying competition.” – Terry Leggett Senior B2B Analyst This report addresses the following key questions concerning the electrical wholesale market: How will the market develop over the next ... Read More

  • Contract Catering - UK - December 2017

    ... disproportionately driving food prices and heightened expenditure on labour forces tied to ongoing increases in the National Living Wage. Due to economic pressure and price sensitivity among the consumer base, companies were unable to pass ... Read More

  • Medical Equipment - UK - December 2017

    ... to their platform. Such collaborations are now occurring not only through traditional acquisitions and formal partnerships, but also through asset swaps, carve outs, and transaction collaborations across the industry.” – Lewis Cone, B2B Analyst This ... Read More

  • Small Business Overview - UK - December 2017

    ... sector over the past five years, recording growth of 21% while enterprise growth has been restricted to just 8%. – Terry Leggett, Senior Industrial Analyst This Report looks at the following areas: How important are ... Read More

  • Commercial Borrowing - UK - Novmeber 2017

    ... However, lenders can find it difficult to prove affordability for credit without a significant trading history, driving a trend for new businesses to shun mainstream lending and seek finance from alternative lenders.” - Lewis Cone, ... Read More

  • Shopfitting - UK - November 2017

    ... will also challenge routine thinking by providing fresh, new perspectives that energizes your thought processes. Mintel research sources can include exclusive consumer data, brand/company research and insights from key trade members. This means that we ... Read More

  • Defence Industry - UK - November 2017

    ... industry trading. The fall has made foreign equipment relatively more expensive to purchase, but has also made domestically-made defence products cheaper to foreign buyers - meaning there may be a surge in defence exports compared ... Read More

  • House Building - UK - November 2017

    ... and the ongoing importance of Help to Buy initiatives.” - Marco Amasanti, B2B analyst This Report explores the following issues facing UK house builders: What have been the core drivers of growth in the housebuilding ... Read More

  • Electricity Industry - UK - November 2017

    ... has been an increase in tariffs that track wholesale price changes, and tariffs that allow energy to be purchased in bundles. Suppliers are also increasingly offering tariffs that include non-energy services, such as boiler maintenance ... Read More

  • Recruitment - UK - November 2017

    ... not translated into a slowdown in hiring intentions, fears remain around widening skills shortages and the slow-burning manifestation of uncertainty, with hesitancy creeping into the business landscape, triggering a gradual, systemic reduction of labour forces.” ... Read More

  • Manned Security - UK - October 2017

    ... performing area as it continued to benefit from public outsourcing, though it came under great scrutiny amid a number of front-page scandals about private prisons.” – Marco Amasanti, B2B Analyst This Report looks at the ... Read More

  • Cloud Computing - UK - October 2017

    ... Market penetration has considerable further potential, with both enterprises and SMEs increasingly adopting cloud computing solutions, which will be furthered as companies move to a scaleable pay-as-you-go model rather than capital-intensive investments.” – Terry Leggett, ... Read More

  • Facilities Management - UK - October 2017

    ... and margin-squeezed single service supply, with the cloud and mobile data revolutionising access to management information.” – Terry Leggett, Senior B2B Analyst This Report looks at the following areas: How are changes in minimum wages ... Read More

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