In the last 50 years, global olive oil production and consumption have tripled, increasing from 1 to 3 million tonnes. Europe is a key player in this market since it is home to the world’s leading producer – Spain, and the world’s leading consumer – Greece. Faced with the fall in European production as a result of poor climate conditions, Tunisia became the world’s leading exporter in 2015.
Hit by the recession in 2015, Greece should manage to get back on track in the second quarter of 2016, according to an economic insight report by Euler Hermes. Here are the 3 factors conducive to recovery in the eyes of the trade credit insurance company, provided, however, that capital controls are significantly tempered between now and then.
The B2B environment is increasingly digital and international. For SMEs, the challenge is to be visible to buyers who are looking for – or selecting – products, solutions and partners. Europages offers innovative solutions to SMEs looking to export successfully. Thanks to Europages, they can lay the foundations of their international inbound marketing strategy. See our 2016 range of B2B digital solutions.
Sales in the European textile and clothing industry marked an increase of 2.7% in 2015. While exports outside the EU28 increased in this sector, imports more than tripled. Here we look at the detailed figures published by Euratex, an organisation that represents the European textile and clothing industry.
When searching the Internet for suppliers, B2B buyers follow a process comprising three main consecutive phases: Exploration, Solution analysis, and Detailed search & comparison of offers. To better meet buyers’ expectations, the B2B marketer must use the channels suited to each of these phases. Here we look at the actions to be carried out, taken from Europages’ recently published white paper.
Popular as personal protective equipment, across different sectors including automotive, pharmaceuticals, agriculture etc. industrial glove market was valued at $4,913 million in 2014, confirms a study by “Allied Market Research”. The same study indicates that the market will generate $9,775 million by 2020.
The European Commission recently published a study on the internationalisation of European SMEs. Where do they mainly export? What share of their activity does e-commerce account for? And what are the main difficulties that they encounter? Here are the main results.
As a knock-on effect of the economic crisis, the market for second-hand clothing has grown considerably in Europe, both for selling and buying, especially in Eastern European countries. Here we take stock of this booming market, now additionally driven by the Internet.
Knowing how best to optimise the referencing of your web pages (a technique referred to as On-Page SEO) is becoming increasingly essential. A study by Raven, a software publisher specialised in auditing tools intended for marketers, gives some guidance on the most commonplace mistakes. Here are the three main ones to avoid.
While Europe remains the world’s leading market for cosmetics, ahead of the United States and Japan, this industry will be driven by emerging countries such as Brazil, India, China, Mexico and Russia in the years to come. Update on a booming market characterised by a profusion of European SMEs at the cutting edge of technological innovation.