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Methodology

Ascertain facts, opinions, answers

CemBR uses several tools and approaches to ascertain the answers to the questions / issues arising when assessing an issue in the cement sector. Extensive desktop research is fundamental but not the sole basis for this step. We also conduct interviews with knowledgeable professionals from several functions (industry, equipment suppliers, financial institutions, authorities etc.) who have direct knowledge of the market/industry examined. We utilise our extensive network of contacts to deliver such interviews. In many cases, our analysts have visited the markets in question and have collected “first hand” insights. Via this process, we are seeking to triangulate facts and insights thus enhancing and supporting the granularity and accuracy of the information.

Overlay our industrial insights

This is a most valuable step as it utilises our team's extensive expertise and experience in the sector both in the given markets and in cement in general. There are issues in cement that are universal and others that are local. CemBR uses its experience to identify these issues and makes sure it supports the most accurate interpretation of research findings. 

Analysis

Assemble all the facts, data and insights and provide highly sophisticated analysis - including many proprietary analytical tools - which will shed light on the topics that reflect the characteristics of a cement market/industry. This is a valuable step in the process as it synthesises all data and insights and presents them in a format that can be easily assimilated and actioned upon by the reader.

Output and Reporting 

Concise and to the point report drafting concentrating on the following aspects:

  • Addressing salient topics that are of interest to our clients 
  • Clearly identified and if possible evaluated risks
  • Identified opportunities
  • Clear picture of the topic/market under examination with every aspect being thoroughly explained and supported