To make global manufacturing hub, the government will have to create conducive environment for a thriving eco-system wherein suppliers to product manufacturers can also flourish. One of the key components of this ecosystem is chemicals, which go into every product that one can imagine. In fact, development of any economy or country is directly linked to the per capita consumption of chemicals.
In the United States and other free market economies, the rise of mass communications also provided a medium for selling and marketing products. The growth of U.S. advertising, which increased from $50 million in 1867 to $3 billion in 1925, to $19.6 billion in 1970, and to $308 billion in 1999, played a key role in financing the growth of new communications technologies, such as cable television and the Internet, and greatly contributed to the spread of existing media. Satellites have been used for long-distance telephone communications since the 1950s, and after the Olympics were broadcast live from Tokyo in 1964 via satellite, media scholars began talking of a global electronic village. However, national cultural tastes have proved to be remarkably resilient, and future advances in communications technology may tend to fragment rather than unite audiences.
Newer technologies have also motivated governments to loosen controls over the communications industries. In the 1980s, many commercial and satellite television stations were established in Europe, breaking the monopoly of government broadcasters, and in the 1990s the flow of information over the Internet made it easier to bypass government restrictions and censorship. Nonetheless, the enormous power of the communications industry remains controversial. The mass media has been widely criticized for its superficial news coverage, its power to affect public opinion, and the economic power it gives to advertisers and governments.
With offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia, the Consumer Retail and Healthcare group draws on resources throughout Jamy Interactive, providing advice and services related to a wide range of transaction types, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, equity and debt financing, risk management, restructuring and corporate defense against hostile takeovers and other unsolicited approaches.
We work with clients of all sizes, include corporations, families and founders, financial sponsors, government organizations and nonprofit groups.
Our investment opportunities encompass those businesses around the financial services complex. These businesses often serve as vendors to financial services companies, or they participate in the delivery of a financial service or product to businesses or consumers. With organic and inorganic growth, and the inherent operating leverage of the business model, many financial services and technology companies exhibit attractive margin expansion and earnings growth.
Jamy Interactive help you evolve your models, so you can take your place in an integrated Healthcare ecosystem. We are uniquely positioned to do this because we work across the value chain – from Health and Human Services (HHS) to care delivery, distribution and pharmacy benefit management (PBM).
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Anticipate and respond to the market faster than the competition – with our (Jamy Interactive) solutions for the high tech and electronics industry. No matter the size of your business, we make it easier to deliver enticing, innovative offerings ahead of the pack and accurately predict trends and demand – to better satisfy today’s super-savvy customers.
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However, efforts by governments, health care providers, and health plans to reduce costs, improve outcomes, and demonstrate value is dramatically altering the health care demand and delivery landscape. It is becoming increasingly evident that the global life sciences sector is operating in an era of significant transformation.
The transportation industry can be broken down into three major groups of companies: Shipping, passenger transport, and equipment manufacturers. In some cases, particularly within shipping and passenger transport, companies provide services in multiple areas of the industry. Shipping companies are responsible for the transportation of supplies, and products to businesses, governments and individual consumers and operate on a global basis. The passenger transport segment provides people with the means to get anywhere on the planet, whether it is by air, sea or land.