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Agribusiness Multi-Client Studies

Multi-client studies allow organisations to be part of, and benefit from, exclusive large-scale research studies that might normally be inaccessible.

At Agribusiness we have been carrying out multi-client studies for many years. They work differently from standard research projects and reports available in the market as they are typically concentrated on a specialist area of interest that isn’t widely covered and there isn’t data readily available to analyse. These studies require extensive expert research, often by large-scale surveying and interviews, and culminate in forecasting and trend analysis that would not normally be available in the market.

They can be used by a multitude of groups for different purposes:

  • Strategy groups for long-term planning
  • Market research groups for deep dives into niche markets
  • Finance groups to study areas of investment interest

The benefit of bringing together a small group of similar clients for a study is that it can lower the overall cost of one organisation undertaking extensive research by itself. Typically, we put multi-client studies together based on a small group of customers showing interest in the same topic and bring them together to help shape the project.

Multi-client studies currently available in 2020:
  1. Biopesticides in Brazil
  2. Digital Farming in Brazil
  3. Farms of the Future in the US
  4. Farm Structure in Brazil

If you are interested in finding out more about any of these projects call us today.

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Featured Consulting Experts

Richard Brostowicz

Richard's expertise and experience in market research, crop protection products, biotechnology and commodity crops has been critical for regional and global market research and consulting efforts. Prior to Agribusiness, Richard worked for 23 years in several managerial positions with Monsanto's operation in Brazil. He worked in planning, plant management, new business development and eventually started up Monsanto's BI department. Prior to Monsanto, he acted as investment portfolio director and market research manager for the Adela Group, a venture capital investment company in Brazil. In his 45+ years as a professional, Richard has carried out and coordinated more than 300 market research projects and some 150 consulting efforts in Brazil, South America, Africa and Asia.

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Nolin Huddleston

He has led consulting efforts across numerous industries including agribusiness, biotechnology, international development, software, telecommunications, and healthcare. Before he joined us, Nolin was chief business officer for an international genomic health institute. He also worked internationally as a short-term consultant with the World Bank, served as associate director for a boutique consulting firm, and was an associate on the economic and business analysis team at Booz Allen Hamilton. Nolin has a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering from Vanderbilt University and a master's degree in engineering management from George Washington University.

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Edward Oliver, Ph.D.

He is Head of Agribusiness Consulting for EMEA at IHS Markit. He has been with the company since 2000.Edward specializes in identifying investment opportunities, business strategy and assessing the economic and business impact of changes in policy and markets for multinational corporations and institutional clients. He works extensively on research, analysis and due diligence projects for clients in all areas of the bio-energy (biomass, ethanol and biodiesel), livestock (dairy, eggs, poultry and meat), arable (cereals, oilseeds, proteins and sugar), and agricultural inputs (agrochemical, seed and fertiliser) supply chains.He is an agricultural economist by training and has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Imperial College and an MSc. in Farm and Rural Business Management from the University of Aberdeen, in addition to several other postgraduate and undergraduate agricultural and economics qualifications.

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Juan Sacoto

Juan Sacoto covers most segments of the agriculture and food supply chain. With IHS Markit Agribusiness since 1997, Juan's expertise includes business strategy, market research, economic modeling and forecasting, and mergers and acquisitions. Market segments covered include fertilizer, seed, crop and livestock production and processing, sugar refining, aquaculture, ethanol, biodiesel, renewable diesel, biofuel feedstocks, transportation, and food consumption. Juan has evaluated agribusinesses in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, EU, China, Japan, Korea, Ukraine, Russia, Indonesia and Southeast Africa. He is fluent in Spanish. He has a Bachelor's degree in finance from Jacksonville State University and Master's in international business (IMBA) from the University of Memphis.

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Tom Scott

Tom's specialisms include business strategy, agribusiness economic development and market analysis. In addition to his work in North America, he has extensive experience in the agribusiness sectors of other regions.Before joining us in 1989, Tom worked for the Continental Grain Company in roles including management, trading, logistics and merchandising.He has a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and a master's degree in business administration from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.Specialties: Business strategy, Agribusiness economic development, Feasibility site selection, Market analysis

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