Visit JoinBain to learn about a rewarding career at Bain.
When production in the United States starts kicking in again, this will invariably be at the expense of the mature economies with a high manufacturing share. That's the view commonly held. But the Bain study "Go West! How companies can profit from the reindustrialization of the USA" categorically refutes this claim. And warnings that an undermining process is in the offing are equally unfounded. The fact is: No other OECD country is set to profit more from the renaissance of manufacturing in the USA than Germany.
As companies look for ways to reduce their energy consumption, the opportunities to help them are already large and growing rapidly.
More manufacturers are considering how energy-efficiency programs can improve their sustainability, economic stability and image, even as the regulatory environment of energy efficiency continues to take shape
There is one business area that can help industrial goods manufacturers to become more stable, and definitely more profitable: service.
Customer loyalty has never been more important for utilities, since liberalization in European markets makes it easy for consumers to switch providers. Bain’s study on customer loyalty reveals the most common reasons for staying or leaving.
The Chinese market is developing at a uniquely dynamic pace.
The switch on the iron ore market from long-term to short-term supply agreements will not only bring about greater fluctuations in steel prices.
The more consistently companies position themselves as solutions providers, the better they will fare through the crisis.
The global recession and financial crisis is feeding through to a profound downturn in the German mechanical and plant engineering sector.
Contact us at the Bain office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.
Our publications are now available as a convenient read from our app "Bain news". It’s free and works on iOS and Android devices. Please find more information here.
© 1996-2015. Bain & Company