On 16 July 2021, Albertus Edy Rianto from Spire Indonesia spoke on the topic of Data and Connectivity, at a webinar hosted by the Telkom Division Wholesale Service.
The RCEP is set to be the world’s largest trade deal as it will account for a third of global GDP and cover half the world’s population.
In a series of Market Entry webinars organised by DesignSingapore Council, Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh was invited to share his insights on expanding into regional markets — namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh goes on air with Lazada Insider to highlight key business opportunities and trends for F&B businesses in SEA. New trends are reshaping the food industry, with consumers’ online-shopping habits for the F&B sector set to stay.
Decades of rapid industrialisation in Asia as well as a rising prevalence of air-borne diseases across the globe has fuelled the global Air Purifier market. Valued at US$10.6 billion in 2020, it is projected to reach US$20.82 billion by 2026, growing at an annual rate of 14.1% between 2019 and 2026.
Asia Pacific’s ageing market hit US$3.2 trillion in 2020, and is expected to expand rapidly by 43% in a short span of 5 years. By 2030, 32% of the APAC population will be over 50 years old, and projected to contribute 52% of the total consumer expenditure.
Southeast Asia is home to the world’s most prosperous Food and Beverage industry, worth US$300 billion. In the latest Spire Webinar, Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh, Upgrown Farming’s Lionel Wong and Thinking Forks’ Rinka Banerjee discuss how rising affluence and COVID-19 accelerated the shift in consumer tastes and preferences.
Valued at US$15.44 billion in 2020, the global seasoning and spices market growth is expected to reach US$22.46 billion within the next seven years.
The Spire Food Trends 2021 study uncovers insights on consumer trends and discusses the outlook of the Food and Beverage (F&B) industry in Southeast Asia (SEA). Join Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh as he presents the findings of the study, and provides insights into the F&B industry alongside a panel of industry experts.
The GDP of Southeast Asia (SEA) has skyrocketed over 30% over the past 10 years, reaching US$ 3.11 trillion in 2020 even amidst the global pandemic.