“Music, Video and Entertainment Software Retailing in Egypt: Databook to 2016” contains detailed historic and forecast retail sales values, segmented at a category level. The report takes into account macroeconomic indicators and industry-specific drivers to provide data that helps companies in the Retailing industry better understand the changes in their environment, seize opportunities and formulate crucial business strategies.
This report is the result of Canadean’s extensive market research covering the Music, Video and Entertainment Software Retail market in Egypt. It provides detailed historic and forecast sales value, segmented at market and category level. “Music, Video and Entertainment Software Retailing in Egypt: Databook to 2016” provides a top-level overview and detailed category insight into the operating environment of the retail industry in Egypt, making it an essential tool for companies active across Egypt retail value chain and for new players considering entering the market.
• Overview of the Music, Video and Entertainment Software Retail market in Egypt
• Analysis of the Music, Video and Entertainment Software Retail market and its categories including full year 2011 sales value and forecasts till 2016
• Historic and forecast sales value of the Music, Video and Entertainment Software Retail market for the period 2006 through to 2016
• Individual category analysis of historic and forecast sales value for the period 2006 through to 2016
Music Software Retailing in Egypt
TechNavio’s analysts forecast the Cloud-based VDI market in France to grow at a CAGR of 18.4 percent over the period 2011-2015. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is reducing costs of cloud-based VDI. The Cloud-based VDI market in France has also been witnessing growing demand of outsourced services. However, lack of data bandwidth could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.
The Cloud-based VDI market in France 2011-2015, has been prepared based on an in-depth analysis of the market with inputs from industry experts. The report focuses on France; it also covers the Cloud-based VDI market in France landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
Key vendors dominating this market space include Citrix Systems Inc., Desktone Inc., Mokafive Inc., Secure Online Desktop, and VMware Inc. Other vendors mentioned in the report: RedHat Inc., WorldDesk Ltd., SCC, and Netelligent.
Cloud-based VDI Market in France
Global LNG Technology Insights and Evaluation from LNGReports is a complete report on liquefaction technologies. The report provides all the technical and commercial aspects of developing a liquefaction terminal. Recent trends in liquefaction technology along with industry outlook are covered. Various technology providers available along with their technologies, operational and planned projects are provided. Further, all key components in development of liquefaction process are detailed. Leading constructor profiles are discussed in detail. Further, current status, feasibility and capital investment details are included for all planned LNG terminals. Latest technology trends and recent developments are also provided in the report.
World Nanomaterials to 2016
- World demand to reach $5.5 billion in 2016
World demand for nanomaterials will rise more than two-and-a-half times to $5.5 billion in 2016, driven by a combination of increased market penetration of existing materials, and ongoing development of new materials and applications. Nanotubes, along with other materials such as nanoclays and quantum dots, will grow at the fastest pace, with the energy storage and generation and construction markets undergoing the most rapid expansions. Regionally, the Americas and the Asia/Pacific region will continue to dominate demand, though the fastest growth will occur in Eastern Europe and the Africa/Mideast region.
- China, India to be fastest growing national markets
The world market for nanomaterials continues to be quite dynamic, undergoing rapid expansion even during the recent global recession in 2009. Significant investments into the research and development of nanomaterials continue to highlight their unique properties and their high-value nature when compared to conventional materials. This high-value nature has concentrated nanomaterial demand in wealthier countries where the majority of research and development continues to occur, and where many companies continue to manufacture their most technologically advanced products due to concerns about intellectual property rights in developing countries. Through 2016, however, the fastest growth in nanomaterial demand will be in China and India as these countries gain a greater share of global research and development spending, and as large multinational corporations become increasingly comfortable allowing their most advanced products to be produced in these manufacturing powerhouses.
- Energy storage and generation, construction markets to lead gains
The energy storage and generation and construction markets will expand at the fastest pace through 2016. However, this primarily reflects the limited historical penetration of nanomaterials in these markets. As prices continue to fall and material properties continue to improve, both markets will offer significant opportunities for expansion. Growth in the electronics market, in contrast, while still robust, will trail all other markets. The electronics sector was one of the first to experience significant penetration of nanomaterials, and consequently demand in this market is already quite high.
- Key health care market has significant opportunities
The largest market in 2011 was the health care market, due primarily to the use of nanocrystalline active pharmaceutical intermediates to improve bioavailability and system uptake. However, significant opportunities remain as many pharmaceuticals still are not converted into a nanocrystalline form, and the use of nanocomposites to produce advanced medical devices remains in its infancy. Significant opportunities for market
expansion will also exist in many smaller markets such as aerospace and defense, packaging, personal care products, and sports equipment. However, a potential restraining factor in many of these markets will be growing public and regulatory concern about the environmental impact and toxicity of nanomaterials. Increased regulatory scrutiny may erode public confidence in nanomaterials and slow their adoption in consumeroriented products.