Q3 I QUARTERLY HIGHLIGHTS
Gathering knowledge to reset for growth
To gain resilience in times of change, one of the most important things is to surround ourselves with knowledgeable and supportive people. At Oaklins, we make the best use of our human capital and this has helped us get back on track despite the uncertainty.
If you are a business owner or CEO looking for additional support, we have the professional resources to help you position your company and reset for growth.
Today, we want to share with you how we – across borders, teams, industries and markets – have collaborated closely, helping entrepreneurs and companies get a grip on the current situation and reach their full potential.
Global insights publications
CONSUMER & RETAIL I Adapt and evolve in times of crisis
Already under pressure prior to the outbreak, no sector has been more profoundly affected by the COVID-19 contagion than the consumer and retail industries. Five articles, five snapshots of how activity in the industry has ebbed and flowed during the lockdown and which key developments will shape M&A dealmaking going forward. Read more.
LOGISTICS I Picturing a resilient future
FINE ART LOGISTICS SPOT ON: The centuries-long love affair between high-net-worth-individuals and their much-loved art and antiques isn’t likely to end, so despite the COVID-19 pandemic throwing a spanner in the works, logistics companies handling fine art are remaining resilient and expect the storm to pass. Read more.
CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING SERVICES I The buildtech revolution – Now is the time
BUILDING MATERIALS SPOT ON: While the building industry has historically been slow to adapt to new technology, it is finally starting to turn around and no longer needs to rely on human labor and the number of hours worked. Technological advancements are applicable all along the value chain and are ensuring that this dynamic industry is now able to finish projects on time and within budget. Read more.
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY & COMPONENTS I Space design and safety regulations drive flat glass market
GLASS PROCESSING & FINISHING SPOT ON: Glass has started to play a greater role in building design thanks to its versatility, and is being used creatively in the current trend for more unusual, individualistic buildings. While the COVID-19 pandemic may have initially affected demand and disrupted the supply chain, it is expected that the market will bounce back once the global economy stabilizes. Read more.
FOOD & BEVERAGE I Stay hungry, stay healthy
HEALTHY FOOD SPOT ON: Healthy food is one of the sectors that has remained resilient and is continuing to battle through the COVID-19 outbreak. Oaklins' healthy food specialist, Paolo Russo, explains his high hopes for M&A in the sector and the exciting opportunities that lay ahead. Read more.
CONSUMER & RETAIL I Fashion players navigate a new world with contemporary attitudes
CONTEMPORARY & ACCESSIBLE FASHION SPOT ON: Oaklins’ specialist Federico Giammarusto examines the coronavirus emergency’s short- and long-term impact on the sector’s M&A decisions. He analyses the challenges presented by emerging trends and recommends actions to convert these into opportunities. Read more.
TMT I Evolution of the Internet of Things – an M&A perspective
IOT SPOT ON: Jan P. Hatje, Oaklins’ IoT specialist, shares his thoughts on the IoT industry, plus we have insightful views from each corner of the globe thanks to our colleagues Kim Harpøth Jespersen, Jonathan Tooth and Frederico Toledo. Read more.
AGRICULTURE I The appeal of eating clean food is stronger than ever
ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE SPOT ON: Now that food purchasing has changed during the pandemic, what does the future hold for organic & sustainable agriculture? Oaklins’ organic & sustainable agriculture specialist Doug Kravet explains what lies ahead. Read more.