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Global Consumer Insights

When faced with slowing or competitive markets, executives often look overseas for international expansion opportunities. As a global firm, L.E.K. Consulting helps companies select markets for international growth. Take the first step in that journey with our new interactive international expansion map. 

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Thought Leadership

In this Executive Insights, L.E.K.'s Manas Tamotia and Simon Horan examine "demand management," a strategy widely used in the United States, Canada and Australia that involves managing demand at peak times by putting in place incentives that change behavior. Implementing demand response strategies could be a valuable tool to help Southeast Asia utility retailers better manage their rapidly growing energy needs.

In the first installment of our Executive Insights “Spotlight on Media & Entertainment" series – which features our insights in a new impactful visual format – we focus on box office trends. L.E.K.’s Dan Schechter, Gil Moran and Francesco Di Ianni explore the current trends in admissions, movie production, movie ticket prices and whether the 3D movie growth may be coming to an end.

Retailers who are expecting continued growth in comparable (comp) store sales at their brick & mortar locations will be disappointed since comp store sales have seen minimal growth since 2012. In this Executive Insights, L.E.K. urges retailers to completely rethink the store format and shift to an end-state that play a distinct and relevant role given new consumer behaviors that are here to stay.

From luxury accessories to enterprise IT solutions, Apple is expanding into divergent markets that stretch the meaning of its brand. If successful, it will be a nearly unprecedented achievement for the high-tech leader. Learn more about the implications for Apple’s brand in this Executive Insights.

In this Executive Insights, L.E.K. Managing Director Jonathan Kfoury outlines the issues facing the significant economic constraint on antibiotic value capture across the U.S. and Europe, and discusses possible solutions to unleashing a new wave of antibiotic development and addressing the reimbursement barrier head-on.

While many quick serve restaurants (QSRs) and casual dining restaurants (CDRs) have the appetite for international expansion, they often wind up with indigestion after investing significant resources in other countries. In this Executive Insights, L.E.K. examines why some brands suffer overseas and others succeed.

Factoring water sustainability into a company's operations is a difficult and complex task, and reliable information on water's economic value is hard to obtain. In this Executive Insights, we explain how businesses can assess water sustainability costs by rigorously assessing and mapping risks in order to determine the real impact of water on their business.

In this Executive Insights, L.E.K. Managing Directors Alex Evans and Manny Picciola and Senior Manager Rob Wilson examine the growth trajectory of the premium grocery channel and present strategic options for its retailers, as well as traditional grocery retailers and food and nutraceutical brands to consider.

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