Our client, a global consultancy, was working with a manufacturer of insect repellent interested in improving their market share in Brazil. The client requested a comprehensive assessment of the insect repellent market and competitive profiles of its major rivals.
Every three years, our client, a government economic development agency, conducts a study that tracks the economic impact of Canada in Florida. The study covers several areas of impact including trade, investment, real estate and tourism. This agency hired AMI to conduct the study in 2014 to quantify Canada’s impact on the Florida economy and then analyze changes from the 2011 results.
Our client, a government export promotion organization, wanted to better understand the landscape of protections for intellectual property across Latin America, in order to assist its clients in investing in the region.
Our client, a leader in the beverage industry, was seeking to better compete against its main rivals in both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in Colombia. It wanted to understand the competitive advantages of five main competitors across all areas of their business, in order to attack new opportunities and defend its market share.
The client, a manufacturer of industrial, commercial and residential air conditioning units needed to gain insight on one of the market’s key players regarding its pricing strategy and other aspects in the Caribbean market, in order to win greater market share.
Our client, a global consultancy, was conducting a study on the regulatory environment for private universities in Brazil. Their client was contemplating Brazil as the target for their first campus in Latin America and wanted to understand the steps they would need to take to open a campus, gain accreditation and enroll students in the country.
Our client, a global long distance telecommunications carrier was considering entry into a major LatAm telco market that was opening up for the first time to competition. Over six companies had pledged investments to back their market entry in an effort to take market share from a well ensconced incumbent player. Our client needed a realistic understanding of its prospects as a new competitor in the market.
The client, a multi-national food and beverage manufacturer and distributor, needed to understand market dynamics of its newly launched products in the face of rapidly growing market share of one of its key competitors.
The traditional music (and content) industry is in a time of flux, faced by electronic mediums, mobile devices, new distribution methods and technologies. A major player in the music industry needed a comprehensive competitive analysis of the rapidly changing music (and content) environment in order to define its growth strategies moving forward.
Our client, a global consultancy, was conducting a study on the fractional jet market in Brazil to help its client understand how this industry develops in emerging markets. AMI was tasked with mapping the development of Brazil’s private aviation industry, beginning with its origins in the early 1900s to its evolution into the fractional jet market, which is still a nascent sector in the country.
Our client, a leading provider of real estate services for foreign direct investors in Mexico needed to better understand the needs of their clients and the trends of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country, in order to improve their competitive edge in four major real estate industries: export industry, interior industry, commercial retail, and office.
Our client, a leading global corporate investigations firm was retained by a leading insurance company to investigate whether their firm was engaged in corrupt practices in one of the LatAm markets in which they operate.
ur client, a leading life sciences firm focused on the agrifood sector, developed a transgenic tomato that could live 4 times longer after picking. Mexican tomato producers had never been able to penetrate very deeply the U.S .market due to poor logistics and a short shelf life. A transgenic tomato suddenly made Mexican tomatoes competitive across the U.S. market, thereby threatening incumbent suppliers in Florida, Texas and California.
Our client, a leading e-commerce service provider, was looking at Brazil and Mexico to expand its reach. The client required information on Internet usage in these countries, government regulation, trade patterns and the financial climate to make an informed decision about investing in e-procurement in the region.
Our client, a leading Latin American producer of construction materials, wanted to exploit its cost advantage by entering the U.S. market, just as the U.S. construction market began to contract in 2006. Before launching this U.S. market entry, the company hired Americas Market Intelligence (AMI) to gauge the competitive landscape to see if a lower-cost competitor could win market share.
Challenge: Our client, a leading provider of real estate services for foreign direct investors in Mexico needed to better understand the needs of their clients and the trends of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country, in order to improve their competitive edge in four major real estate industries: export industry, interior industry, commercial retail, and office.