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Global Industrial Energy Efficiency Services Market 2019-2023 | Growing Adoption of IoT to Boost Growth | Technavio 

LONDON--BUSINESS WIRE--The global industrial energy efficiency services market research report by Technavio predicts the market to post a CAGR of close to 6% during the period 2019-2023. A key driver for the global industrial energy efficiency services market is the growing awareness of environmental impact and sustainability. The development and use of energy-efficient technologies are becoming the major focus for sustainable development practices globally. The energy that is consumed or the amount of fuel that needs to be burnt in any industrial premises is directly impacted by the increase in the adoption of energy-efficient systems. A reduction in energy production results in lower fuel consumption and lesser emissions. This global industrial energy efficiency services market research report also provides an analysis of the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook during the period 2019-2023. Technavio classifies an emerging trend as a major factor that has the potential to significantly impact the market and contribute to its growth or decline. This report is available at a USD 1,000 discount for a limited time only: View market snapshot before purchasing In this report, Technavio highlights the growing adoption of IoT to leverage the energy efficiency potential as one of the key trends in the global industrial energy efficiency services market: Global industrial energy efficiency services market: Growing adoption of IoT to leverage the energy efficiency potential IoT will be the future technology adopted by utility companies and electricity aggregators to distribute power between grids and consumers. The benefits of IoT have been continuously increasing the adoption rate of smart devices into grids and consumer premises. The utility and electricity aggregators are focusing on implementing automation extensively to experience control over transmission and distribution systems over the Internet. “The electricity aggregators are planning to deploy two-way communication devices in demand response programs. The two-way communication devices can use Wi-Fi or cellular networks to couple with smart data analytics and engineering. Additionally, they can offer valuable insights to utilities and electricity aggregators,” says a senior research analyst at Technavio. Global industrial energy efficiency services market: Segmentation analysis This industrial energy efficiency services market analysis report segments the market by service EA&C, M&V, and P&SO and geography the Americas, AC, and EMEA. The EA&C segment held the largest industrial energy efficiency services market share in 2017, accounting for around 43% of the market. This segment is expected to dominate the global market throughout the forecast period. The Americas led the market in 2018 with more than 45% of the market share, followed by EMEA and AC respectively. The Americas is expected to dominate the market throughout the period 2019-2023. Looking for more information on this market? Request a free sample report Technavio’s sample reports are free of charge and contain multiple sections of the report such as the market size and forecast, drivers, challenges, trends, and more. Some of the key topics covered in the report include: Market Landscape Market ecosystem Market characteristics Market segmentation analysis Market Sizing Market definition Market size and forecast Five Forces Analysis Market Segmentation Geographical Segmentation Regional comparison Key leading countries Market Drivers Market Challenges Market Trends Vendor Landscape Vendors covered Vendor classification Market positioning of vendors Competitive scenario About Technavio Technavio is a leading global technology research and advisory company. Their research and analysis focuses on emerging market trends and provides actionable insights to help businesses identify market opportunities and develop effective strategies to optimize their market positions. With over 500 specialized analysts, Technavio’s report library consists of more than 10,000 reports and counting, covering 800 technologies, spanning across 50 countries. Their client base consists of enterprises of all sizes, including more than 100 Fortune 500 companies. This growing client base relies on Technavio’s comprehensive coverage, extensive research, and actionable market insights to identify opportunities in existing and potential markets and assess their competitive positions within changing market scenarios. If you are interested in more information, please contact our media team at mediatechnaviom .
Apple acquires A&R and creative services company Platoon 

MBW understands that Apple has acquired Platoon, the London-based creative services firm founded in 2016 by music industry veteran Denzyl Feigelson and LoveFilm co-founder, Saul Klein. Platoon has developed a raft of early-stage artists in the UK and US over the past two years who have gone on to make waves in the global business. The company worked with the likes of Stateside breakout act Billie Eilish before she signed to Interscope in 2017, in addition to UK stars Stefflon Don and Jorja Smith. The former went on to sign a seven-figure deal with UniversalPolydor, while the latter inked a distribution deal with Sony’s The Orchard for her debut album, released in June 2018. Other acts who have worked with Platoon across the firm’s suite of video, audio and marketing services include Jacob Banks before signing to Interscope, Rex Orange County before signing with AWAL, Mr Eazi and YEBBA, amongst many others. Prior to launching Platoon, Feigelson worked with Apple for over 15 years across live events and artist relations. He was also the original founder of Artists Without A Label – which evolved into Kobalt-owned services company AWAL. “The Apple deal gives Platoon the backing and resources to accomplish its vision and continue its goal to develop original music and visual content – while leaving artists free to sign with who they want and distribute their music where they want.” MBW source MBW understands that Feigelson will now lead Platoon’s team of 12 full-time employees from its Tileyard HQ in London, where it has two recording studios. Platoon will continue to support artists across areas including tour support, original content, social media marketing and global expansion strategies. A source close to Platoon told MBW: “The Apple deal gives Platoon the backing and resources to accomplish its vision and continue its goal to develop original music and visual content – while leaving artists free to sign with who they want and distribute their music where they want.” Platoon is already working with new talent for 2019 including Isaac Dunbar. When interviewed by MBW sister magazine Music Business UK back in January, Feigelson told us: “We’re pretty label-friendly. We have great relationships with every label and we often have ‘can we do this together?’ conversations.” However, he added: “I really do think a global artist will break through Platoon and it will change perceptions… when you know how to interpret data, you can be so smart about where you spend your money.” In September, MBW revealed that Platoon had expanded into South Africa via its Cape Town Creative Lab CTCL. Pictured L-R: Saul Klein and Denzyl Feigelson, taken by Alex Davison for Music Business UKMusic Business Worldwide
Health care, business services lead November hiring 

WASHINGTON — Health care and business services led U.S. job gains in November, a month that saw slower hiring overall. Health care firms gained more than 40,000 jobs, as hospitals, physicians' offices and home health care providers added staff. Professional services, which include architects and consultants and administrative support, added 32,000. Manufacturing companies hired 27,000 new workers, the most in seven months, signaling that trade tensions have yet to weaken factory hiring. Overall, U.S. employers added 155,000 jobs in November. The unemployment rate held steady at 3.7%, the Labor Department said Friday.


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