Month: February 2021

Asian Flavours gain popularity

Valued at US$15.44 billion in 2020, the global seasoning and spices market growth is expected to reach US$22.46 billion within the next seven years.

The ADVANCEMENTS shares Spire Insights on Technology and the Private Security Industry

In the CNBC TV series The ADVANCEMENTS, Ted Danson discusses pertinent current affairs that impact society. From automation to charitable giving, The ADVANCEMENTS showcases solutions dedicated to transforming our world. In this episode, Spire Research Consultant Iman Mohd shares his views on the dilemmas and opportunities facing the Private Security industry.

Technology and Affluence fuels Food and Beverage Sector in SEA

The Spire Food Trends 2021 study uncovers insights on consumer trends and discusses the outlook of the Food and Beverage (F&B) industry in Southeast Asia (SEA). Join Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh as he presents the findings of the study, and provides insights into the F&B industry alongside a panel of industry experts.

SPIRE Deputy CEO & Head of Operations at GATES VIRTUAL CHANNEL SUMMIT

On 18 June 2020, join Spire Deputy CEO, Japnit Singh, and Head of Operations, Ingrid Rix, at the GATES Channel Summit, where leaders of the Consumer Technology Channels Community from 10 Southeast Asian countries will meet to discuss technology trends and growth opportunities.

Singapore—the Tech Hub of Southeast Asia

In TODAY’s Big Read, Spire’s CEO, Leon Perera, shares his perspectives on Singapore’s competitive advantage vis-a-vis other technological hubs in Southeast Asia, alongside other commentators from the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), Sea Group, Zoom and others.

Masking up — Still big business in a post-Covid era

In TechnoBusiness, Spire consultant Putri Intan shares insights on how Indonesian mask manufacturers can ride on the upward trend in demand for face masks, as well as how companies can differentiate themselves to out compete the market.

K-Wave brings K-Goods to the world

As the Korean Wave brought Korean pop music, drama, and celebrities to the global stage, it also helped to export Korea’s consumer lifestyle products such as cosmetics, food and technology. According to the Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange (KOFICE), K-Wave exports amounted to US$12.3 billion in 2019, a 22.4% increase from 2018.