This article explores the present business climate, identifies four main emerging trends, and reviews additional future tendencies that might impact M&A transactions in 2024. Speaking with experts at Deloitte, they share some insight into the current trends in this space and how this all aligns with corporate sustainability investments and objectives.
The business touts great drive towards a more environmentally friendly and socially acceptable supply chain with a focus on packaging, emissions reduction, electrification, and inclusivity. This relies on the support of its Hellenic Bottling Company (Coca-Cola HBC), which—based in Steinhausen, Switzerland—produces a sales volume in the billions.
Wildly inefficient—that too often describes the state of our global supply chain. With 90 percent of worldwide trade relying on shipping and $13 trillion spent on logistics annually, the industry is a behemoth. Yet, it lacks data-based decision support and information sharing.
The Australian Senate has released a report advocating for a strategic approach to mitigate the ecological impact of the long-spined sea urchin (Centrostephanus rodgersii). The New South Wales native marine species threaten the biodiverse marine habitats along Australia’s southeastern coastline.
Sustainability Magazine highlights some of newly appointed executives shaping sustainability strategy at some of the world’s largest corporations: LEGO Group, BMW, Drax Group, Caterpillar, Fidelity and Holcim.