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Long-term global trends point to a growing demand for food and agriculture products due to an increasing population and an expanding middle class. The turbulence observed in the global economy, along with the particular boom and bust cycles, that have long hampered the growth of agriculture sector will continue to impact farmers, and additional value chain participants like machinery suppliers, agricultural financial services, buyers, processors and retailers.
Growth in crop and livestock production is based mainly on intensification and efficiency gains. Imports of basic foods expanding most in countries with rapid population growth are rapidly becoming an area of concern for the respective governments, that are aiming for an increasing amount of control. Looking beyond, this industry faces many of these challenges and other multi-year trends which will continue to disrupt all the food and agriculture value chain.
Understanding the drivers of agribusiness cycles and helping the value chain participants prepare for volatility while building stronger and more competitive operations is a strategy to manage through the inevitable storms and ensure longer-term business success. In short, we need to build a more sustainable agricultural system, which raises important implications.
We help our clients to prepare their enterprise for such volatility while they build stronger and competitive operations. We also help them strategize to manage through the inevitable storms and ensure longer-term business success and continuity.