Driving growth for future success

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To grow your business, you need to identify new opportunities and implement strategies that distinguish you from your competition.

This could include creating new products, expanding into new markets or developing your people so you’re ready to grasp new growth opportunities as they start to arise.

Achieving this requires a sustained focus on operational effectiveness, making strategic acquisitions and gaining share in the right markets.

EY’s multi-disciplinary teams can provide you with integrated, objective advice to help you control costs, increase efficiency, evaluate opportunities and improve transaction outcomes.

Markets on the rise

Are you focusing on the next tiers of promising geographies? This report will help you figure out where to go next.
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2015 Africa attractiveness survey

Our 2015 Africa attractiveness survey – Making choices, reveals that  Africa’s share of foreign direct investment (FDI) value increases despite the falling number of investment projects in Africa.

European attractiveness survey 2015

In 2014, Europe attracted US$305b of investment funding, up 36% from 2013. It’s projected that Europe’s attractiveness will improve further over the next five years.

Emerging markets impact Europe's FDI

In this extract from our 2014 European attractiveness survey, we take a closer look at the role that emerging markets have played in Europe’s FDI story.

How do you plan to accelerate your growth?

We use The EY 7 drivers of growth, and our insights from working with leading companies, to help companies think differently about their growth.

Urbanization driving growth

Indonesia’s domestic activity is expected to underpin medium-term growth, with GDP growth recovering to almost 6% by 2015-16. Find out more in our latest Rapid-Growth Markets Forecast.

Africa: the big story of the next decade?

The perception of Africa as an investment destination has improved dramatically, with sub-Saharan Africa showing encouraging development. Read our 2014 Africa Attractiveness survey.

Exports in Indonesia improve

While Indonesia sees slowing GDP growth of 5.4% in 2014, export growth should be solid as currency slide continues, according to our forecast.