Our new report ‘Supply on demand: Adapting to change in consumption and delivery models’ delves into the shifting attitudes among business executives towards new consumption and delivery models, the drivers of change, and how companies are adapting to accommodate the trend.
Under the impact of advances in technology, economic pressures and shifting cultural norms, consumers are looking for cheaper goods and more convenient ways of accessing them.
New models of personal ownership are gaining attention as people are increasingly interested in consuming and paying for temporary or limited access to goods and services, rather than purchasing them outright.
What are companies doing to adapt to this trend? And, how will these new business models enable new revenue opportunities?