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Austria, Vienna - 08 December 2014

EU5 will see €15bn growth in online media revenues until 2017; for traditional media players it is do or die, states Arthur D. Little

The media & entertainment sector in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (the “EU5”) is experiencing a massive digital transformation, which creates a complex and volatile environment for traditional players. With its unique Media Flow of Funds methodology and extensive supporting interviews with content and media executives, Arthur D. Little (ADL) provides insight into the speed of the transition to online and the main beneficiaries.

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China, Chengdu - 17 November 2014

Arthur D. Little’s new report identifies strategic directions to address China’s urban mobility challenges

China urbanization is leading to huge mobility challenges.  Looking ahead, Chinese cities will become more urban at a higher speed than most cities around the world, with 77% of its population living in cities by 2050. Such urbanization is producing huge mobility challenges around congestion, pollution and accessibility of transportation. In its new report launched at the Michelin Challenge Bibendum global summit, Arthur D. Little’s ‘Strategic Directions and Ecosystems to Address China’s Urban Mobility Challenges,’ highlights key challenges and strategic directions for Chinese cities to shape the future of urban mobility.

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Belgium, Brussels - 19 September 2014

Arthur D. Little’s “Future of the Internet Study” Broadens the Open Internet Debate

Driving investments, growth and quality of experience in the internet of the future

Arthur D. Little has today released its latest Policy Series study, in cooperation with Liberty Global plc (“Liberty Global”) (NASDAQ: LBTYA, LBTYB and LBTYK), entitled ‘The Future of the Internet - Innovation and Investment in IP interconnection’ at a seminar in Brussels, Belgium.

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Germany, Frankfurt - 07 August 2014

Arthur D. Little says mobile ticketing can increase ease-of-use if transport operators make right decisions

In today’s era of increasing mobility, multi-modal transport platforms are increasing in importance and passengers are expecting more convenient ticketing options. Airlines have already embraced mobile boarding passes and are now taking further steps towards NFC (Near-Field Communication) smartphone-enabled ticketing services. Railway and bus operators have also begun to introduce NFC-enabled, mobile ticketing services and are even moving towards Digital Multimodal Mobility Assistants (DMMAs). Recently, the London bus operator (the famous red buses) even went all the way to not accept cash anymore, only ticket payments via (NFC) cards.

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UK, London - 31 July 2014

Arthur D. Little predicts future developments of automotive CO2

Despite the growing importance of automotive CO2 regulations, a uniform global approach to tackle the issue has not yet been developed. Countries have adopted different regulatory policies and implementation procedures, resulting in a high degree of complexity in the global landscape. In its new report, “The Automotive CO2 Emissions Challenge,” global management consultancy Arthur D. Little (ADL) predicts the future development of automotive CO2 up to 2020, and explains what steps OEMs should take to overcome future challenges.

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Czech Republic, Prague - 21 July 2014

Arthur D. Little has been awarded as the Energy & Utilities Sector Consulting Firm of the Year in the Czech Republic

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