[ɛk.spɛʁ.tiz] n.f. Analysis by a mandated specialist. To build and share informed opinions on technical subject matter such as healthcare, human resources, energy, climate and the environment, distribution, commerce, transport, and even logistics.
Healthcare occupies an important role in today’s society, as it is a determining factor to the balance of public finances and a primary concern for all citizens.
Pergamon’s teams have developed a sharp expertise in the healthcare sector and work with numerous actors in the pharmaceutical industry (large groups, biotech companies, start-ups), as well as medico-social actors, in order to help them promote their therapeutic, service, and organizational innovations in a highly regulated ecosystem.
While the HR industry has stayed relatively unaffected by technological revolutions, it has been highly disrupted in the year 2000 with the deployment of the first online marketplaces that match freelance labor with local demand. Alongside the uberization of certain sectors such as mobility and logistics, the work sector was heavily impacted by the emergence of remote working practices, the development of freelancing, and the changes in the expectations of candidates and employees towards their own companies.
Pergamon supports experts and actors contributing to this global shift to “the future of work” (among them multinational companies and start-ups) in their strategy and the rising requests to adapt labor law to the new issues at hand.
The collective awareness of the threats of climate change on our planet and our lives has urged French and European public officials to support the ecological transition of industries. Decarbonization, chemical substances, pollution, or even waste… regulatory frameworks are gradually shifting towards incentivizing more ambitious initiatives to impact companies’ business models.
By making use of objective and scientific data, Pergamon supports companies committed to the ecological transition of their activities in order to anticipate regulatory evolutions and push for their voices to be heard and accounted for in the political agenda, simplifying their exchanges with public officials.
As a change from the golden years, the mass distribution model, based on the idea of mass consumption, has lost its appeal to new customers. Consumers are on the lookout for local consumption, with products that are more ethical and eco-friendly, imposing a strain on the chain of production and a growing need for radical changes. More personalized services, with physical and digital stores, and more agile logistical systems are now priorities for companies in the industry.
Pergamon supports committed companies in the transformation of their model while making sure their specificities and main issues are taken into account in the political agenda and in the media.
The French transport industry is the leading source of gas emissions in France. It is therefore highly regulated and is to go through several changes in the coming years, which heavily impacts economic actors’ business models.
In parallel, the evolution of lifestyles and the growing role of technology has also transformed transport and logistics, with major consequences on supply chain, last mile logistics, and traffic within cities.
Regulation affecting cars, gas prices, and the reduction of the use of fossil fuels is at the heart of political, economic, and social debates.
Pergamon supports transport and logistics experts, among them multinational companies and start-ups, in their strategic planning and their need to adapt to coming regulations.
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