In these times, a decoupling of the Chinese economy from Western economies is widely discussed in the political, business, academic, media, and public domains. This is, on the one hand, a result of Western economies seeking to become more independent from China and looking at China as a strategic competitor. On the other hand, China is currently also shifting its economic focus onto domestic consumption and the production of highly innovative products instead of being "the world's factory."
The Roland Berger Global Automotive Supplier Study 2022 shows that the future of automotive suppliers after a three-year slump. Although 2021 turned out better than expected, automotive suppliers are facing a difficult year ahead. Therefore, in this part of a three-part series, we analyses how decision-makers should deal with the growing pressure and financial situation in the industry.
A menace is haunting Europe - the menace of recession in Europe. If we take the mere technical definition of a recession as a basis – two consecutive quarters of falling GDP – then, by the end of the year, we may be faced with this prospect: the European economy is in recession.
Our Partner Mark Bayer gives a presentation on the topic of "Industrial Innovation" at the "World Corporate Summit" this year, with insights into the future industry.
Event duration: November 21, 2022 - December 15, 2022
Along with representatives from STIHL, our Partners Oliver Knapp, Bernhard Langefeld and Bart Deckers present the "Next Generation Manufacturing" framework and explain how it can be successfully applied in practice. If you have further questions, please contact Tim Femmer directly.
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