PWC Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2013-2017 - B2B

According to PWC's Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2013-2017, over the next 5 years, business-to-business will grow at a CAGR of 2.8% to US$214bn in 2017, up from US$186.7bn in 2012. 

The forecast period will witness variations in the rankings of the world’s 10 largest B2B markets. One of the most notable changes will be the stagnation of the UK B2B market, which at the end of 2012 was the world’s third largest, at US$11.7bn, but which will be overtaken by France in 2014 and Japan in 2015. In a similar vein, Australia, the world’s ninth-largest B2B market, will be overtaken by Brazil in 2014 and by Russia in 2016. The US will remain by far the world’s largest market, set to be worth US$94.7bn in 2017.  To see additional insights from the latest report on B2B see the link below.


 Our Global Entertainment and Media practice work with businesses to address both the challenges and opportunities presented by digital transformation, assisting them shift from traditional business models to businesses, brands and revenue streams that leverage digital content and platforms. We work with clients across a wide range of key industry sectors including: television, film, music, Internet, video games, advertising, publishing, radio, out of home advertising, sports, business information, casino gaming, and more

Tags: B2B B2B, Digital Digital, Events Events, Media Media, Print Print

Geo: Global Global

Company Classifications: Media Owner Media Owner

Content Classifications: Research Research