Continuing the series of industry researches in line with FMCG and Hospitality researches in Armenia, Ameria Management Advisory services present a New Research on Food Processing Industry in Armenia and the Region.
The Research will enable the players evaluate the development trends, get SWOT analysis and assess market expansion possibilities.
The research includes:
- Macroeconomic analysis of RA economy and processed food and alcoholic beverages markets,
- Detailed information about the major players in the Armenian market,
- Exportation potential evaluation to target markets, EU and CIS countries in particular,
- Surveys on food processing market subsector development prerequisites, including risks and expectations for the next 3-5 years,
- Comprehensive information on the legal framework of field regulation based on both legal and normative acts in Armenia,
- Forecast of the general development of food processing subsectors.
Ameria Management Advisory has implemented a broad research on tourism and hotel accommodation industry to estimate its conditions and development dynamics in the country, including assessment of hotel industry turnover in Armenia, comparative analysis of average annual room rates for different class hotels in South Caucasus region, share of industry in Armenia’s GDP, etc. The research will enable all stakeholders to effectively assess the current state of the industry and performance indicators depending on the size and ranking of hotels, as well to compare Armenia with other South Caucasus countries to reveal its regional position.
Ameria Management Advisory has implemented a comprehensive research to estimate the demand side of FMCG market in Yerevan. The research will enable all stakeholders to effectively assess the current market trends, their weaknesses and strengths, as well as emerging opportunities. The research toolbox comprises cutting-edge international methods applied for professional analysis coupled with relevant assessment and identification of development trends of various industries of economy.
By Karen Martirosyan, Ph. D. in Economics, Deputy Head of Management Advisory Services, Ameria CJSC
There is no doubt that it is not worth our time to discuss the question of whether the Armenia-Turkey border opening will impact the Armenia neconomy in a positive or negative way. There is no sense in doing that, not because it will open or not open, but because the answer is positive. Insisting on the fact that it will yield negative results is a prerogative of the politologists, who try to tackle this topic in various arguments of a political nature.