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South African Craft Beer Market Analysis 2018/2019 Abstract
Overview:

Throughout 2018, there has been a lot of speculation on the oversaturation and subsequent decline of interest in South Africa's craft beer market. The market has changed over years characterised by an increase in competition, improved beer quality and the implementation of innovative practises to maintain market success.

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With the hype in craft beer spreading at a national level, established microbreweries will have to expand their production capacity to tap into those opportunities, thus steadily shifting to mainstream beer. Corporate beer producers on the other hand have resorted to acquiring struggling craft beer brands and businesses to tap into the niche market through already established craft beer brands

Our research uncovers the latest market trends and future potential of the craft beer market in South Africa with the aim of enabling market participants and investors to identify and understand competitive threats and make informed, viable decisions.

The South African Craft Beer Market report includes:
  • Market size of the South African Craft Beer Market (2018)
  • Analysis of key supply-side and demand trends
  • Regional segmentation of international and local products
  • Historic craft beer output volumes and revenue generated
  • Key craft brewery and brand market shares
  • Five-year forecasts of market trends and market growth (2019-2024)
  • Strategic recommendations to be implemented during the forecast period (2019-2019)
  • Market research methodology, conducted in-country
Why buy this report
  • Gain competitive intelligence about the market leaders
  • Track key industry trends, opportunities and threads
  • To better understanding the regulatory changes within the industry and how they will affect growth
  • Inform marketing, brand, corporate strategy and market development
  • inform sales and supply functions
  • inform investment decisions

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South African FinTech Industry Report 2018/19
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Overview:

South Africa’s financial services industry has witnessed reform in ways in which traditional financial services interact with consumers. Part of this reform has come from the advances made in the country’s financial technology (FinTech) sector.FinTech is revolutionising the financial services industry as hundreds of start-ups design new and innovative financial

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products and services for customers, challenging the status quo. Our report seeks to unpack the industry’s impact on the financial services sector and other relevant markets.

Our research uncovers hidden opportunities while highlighting the competitive threats and challenges associated with the opportunities. Our aim is to enable South African FinTech companies to design their corporate strategy with the future in mind. This will also empower them to make informed, viable decisions. In addition, our research will provide investors and other relevant stakeholders with qualitative and quantitative insights on the potential of the South African FinTech market

The South African FinTech Industry report includes:
  • Market size and dynamics (2018)
  • Analysis of key competitive factors
  • Key market participants and their market shares
  • Five-year forecasts of market trends and market growth (2019-2024)
  • Robust and transparent market research methodology, conducted in-country
Why buy this report
  • Gain competitive intelligence about the market leaders
  • Track key industry trends, opportunities and threads
  • To better understanding the regulatory changes within the industry and how they will affect growth
  • Inform marketing, brand, corporate strategy and market development
  • inform sales and supply functions
  • inform investment decisions

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South African Microfinance Industry Market Analysis Abstract
Overview:

South Africa’s unbanked population increased in 2018 due to several corporate restructuring initiatives, layoffs and retrenchments which are set to continue in the immediate future. Consequently, up to a third of the population rely on microfinance products and lines of credit to sustain their

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livelihoods and cover necessities such as Food/emergency (47%), transport (11%), building /renovating/buying house (11%), Bills (9%), giving to family member (6%), education (9%), to buy motor vehicle (7%).

Why buy this report?

This report provides an informed opinion on the state and future of South Africa’s microfinance industry. The sector’s key services include but are not limited to loans, insurance, and savings deposits. The report begins with an overview and an understanding of the sector’s market dynamics to provide proper context on the industry’s challenges and opportunities. The report goes on to quantify the market including a historic review of how the market has grown over the last few years and what has contributed to the growth. Profiles of key industry participants follow with a market share analysis that provides insights on who the sector’s key players are from a revenue, innovation and key developments standpoint. Our report also provides forecasts and concludes with key recommendations for participants and stakeholders.

One of the report’s key recommendations is the need for microlenders to offer an all-in-one lending solution that includes funding for start-up businesses, insurance, education funding, and funding for unforeseen emergencies. In addition, flexibility and the ability to give individual attention to customers are key differentiators that microlenders can adopt to set themselves apart from competitors. With increasing digitisation, microlenders can partner with telecom companies to digitise transactions and lessen reliance on cash helping MFIs to reduce cost from both a supplier and customer’s perspective

Use Birguid’s South African Microfinance Market Analysis to answer the following questions:
  • Who is the target market for micro lenders?
  • What is the size of the market?
  • What is the breakdown by province for demand?
  • What differentiates micro financiers from established lending institutions?

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