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LONDON, Dec. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:
Implications on Business, Culture, and Personal Lives
The research service sets the stage for visionary thinking by identifying and analyzing various Mega Trends in the Middle East and North Africa that will impact and shape the region's economy, society, and culture. For the purpose of this study, Mega Trends are categorized as urbanization, society, economy, technology, infrastructure, business, health and wellness, political shifts, and regional-specific trends. This presentation would also highlight examples of projects, companies, and technologies that will invade and change the business ecosystem in the region in the next decade. It also provides an analysis of macro-to-micro implications of the Mega Trends on various industries in driving convergence of competition.
Definition of Mega Trends
What are Mega Trends?
Mega Trends are transformative, global forces that define the future world with their far reaching impacts on businesses, societies, economies, cultures, and personal lives.
Why do Mega Trends matter?
Executive Summary-Key Findings
1. By 2025, more than 90% of the total population in four MENA countries are expected to live in urban areas: Bahrain (X%), Kuwait (X%), Lebanon (X%), and Qatar (X%).
2. In 2020, cities such as Cairo (Egypt) will account for more than 77% of the country's GDP. Similarly, other cities like Abu Dhabi (UAE) and Tehran (Iran) is expected to account for around X% and X% to their respective country's GDP by 2020.
3. By 2025, the Gen Y population (people aged between X– years) in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) will account for over one-third of the region's total population.
4. The contribution from oil exports to the GDP for many leading oil exporters of the MENA region is expected to decline significantly by 2020.
5. In 2020, the MENA region will be linked through Xmillion connected devices, impacting business models and personal lives in a way that is unforeseeable today.
6. The demand for healthcare in the MENA region is expected to demonstrate double digit growth, giving rise to multiple investment opportunities.
7. The Middle East, withX% dependency on food imports, is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world pertaining to food security. Arab countries are the largest importers of cereal in the world.
Executive Summary-Connected MENA
MENA is expected to be linked through X million connected devices by 2020.
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Scope, Objective, and Methodology
3. Definitions Used in the Study
4. Urbanization-"City as a Customer"
5. Social Trends
6. Economic Trends-"Diversification"
7. Connectivity and Convergence
8. Health, Wellness and Wellbeing
9. Future Infrastructure
10. Regional Specific Trends
11. Macro to Micro Implications: Conclusion and Snapshot of Mega Trends
12. Legal Disclaimer
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