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Retailers and Consumer Goods Companies Could Unlock $2.95 Trillion in Value Over the Next Decade, Accenture Strategy Study Finds

Indian consumer attitudes shift as many become open to intelligent technologies taking an active role in purchasing decisions   India; August 3, 2017 – Retailers and consumer goods companies could unlock $2.95 trillion in value for the industry and consumers over the next decade by accelerating digital transformation, according to a new report by Accenture Strategy. …

Indian Companies Losing Customers As Consumers Demand More Human Interaction, Accenture Strategy Study Finds


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Too much reliance on digital technologies has given rise to ‘human-less’ customer services MUMBAI; June 30, 2016 – Fifty four percent of Indian consumers prefer dealing with human beings over digital channels to solve customer services issues, according to new research from Accenture (NYSE: ACN). The report also found that 88 percent of consumers have …

Majority of Business Leaders Call for a Climate Change Agreement in Paris to Support Private Sector Investment, Finds UN Global Compact-Accenture CEO Study


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Majority of Business Leaders Call for a Climate Change Agreement in Paris to Support Private Sector Investment, Finds UN Global Compact-Accenture CEO Study Business action on climate seen as a route to innovation, growth and competitiveness NEW YORK; Nov 2015 — A majority of business leaders say that a long term agreement at the UN …

Three recommendations on urban development for inclusive growth in India

The World Economic Forum has released a new report, The Future of Urban Development and Services Initiative: Urban Development Recommendations for the Government of India. The report highlights the importance of wider private-sector participation to bridge the urban infrastructure and services funding gap, widening due to India’s rapid urban population growth. Three strategic recommendations and case …