Global Mining Renewable Energy Systems releases report
The latest report will allow businesses to gauge their position in the mining sector as well as catalogue the initiatives taken by competitors
The Global Mining Renewable Energy Systems Market report was released on 14 October. Comprising more than 100 articles of research that look to give market valuations, facts, growth factors and future trends of the renewable energy space through to 2025. According to the report, the key organisations include: Barrick Gold Corporation, Black & Veatch Holding, Newmont Mining Corporation, Solar Reserve and General Electric, to name but a few.
When factoring in the shifting dynamics of the energy market it is important for companies to know where they stand. The data released can inform a company’s role as well as keep them up to date on the technological developments of the future, as well as become familiar with where market competitors are positioned and where a drop in the market can be expected.
The report also includes chapters on historical Mining Renewable Energy Systems market developments and market entropy. Presented together with product specifications, SWOT analysis and peer group analysis, the report is complete with financial metrics so an organisation may see how it compares to companies of a relative size.
Geographic, demographic, behavioural and psychological requirements relating to Mining Renewable Energy Systems are also included. This gives readers the ability to gauge what kind of features a renewable energy programme may need to include to best achieve stability in a given market.
To validate the potential of advertising, it is vital to get a complete picture of marketing effectiveness and how a targeted market reacts to certain stimuli. The report will enable businesses to put forward a concise marketing strategy by recognising reasons for audience inattentiveness and offer the solutions needed to regain customer interest. It can also offer market segmentation with suitable sales and marketing channels organised by market size, measured by volume and revenue.
All of this allows a market to get a thorough view of what its next steps could be to better raise its profile in the renewable energy and mining sector.
For more information on the report click here.
Seo JungJin: Who is EY’s World Entrepreneur of 2021?
Seo JungJin, founder of biopharma firm Celltrion, which most recently developed an antibody treatment for COVID-19, has been named the EY World Entrepreneur of the Year 2021, becoming the first South Korean in the award’s 21-year history.
Regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious business awards program for entrepreneurs, the EY Entrepreneur of the Year celebrates visionary and innovative leaders from across 60 countries who are transforming the world and fostering growth.
JungJin, who is now honoroary chairman of Celltrion Group, was up against a worthy cast of entrepreneurial competitors, taking the crown from among 45 award winners across 38 countries and territories.
Speaking during the virtual event, JungJin described his own interpretation of entrepreneurship as something that brings together “a group of people toward a common vision, embracing challenges as opportunities and committing oneself to contribute to the greater good”.
Why was JungJin crowned King Entrepreneur?
A South Korean native and now 63 years of age, JungJin founded biopharmaceutical firm Celltrion in 2003. In the nearly two decades since its founding, Celltrion has lived up to its goal of advancing health and welfare for all by developing ground-breaking drugs to treat autoimmune disease, various forms of cancer and, most recently, COVID-19.
The company, which JungJin started with just US$45,000 and five of his colleagues, has since growth to more than 2,1000 employees with sales permits in more than 90 countries and revenues exceeding US$1.69bn.
According to the panel, JungJin’s story is a shining example of the power of an unstoppable entrepreneur to change the world with the pandel moved by both his incredible story and his purpose-driven leadership, innovative mindset and entrepreneurial spirit.
Described by the chair of the EY judging panel Rosaleen Blair as “representing everything an unstoppable should be” from taking on the world’s biggest health care challenges to consistently creating long-term value for his company, JungJin’s story is one of incredible tenacity and perseverance that the judging panel felt most represented the entrepreneurial spirit.
“He’s taken breathtaking risks, both personal and professional, to found Celltrion and grow it into one of the world’s leading biopharmaceutical companies,” says Stasia Mitchell, EY Global Entrepreneurship Leader. “His passion for creating affordable, life-saving health care and flair for tackling global problems has led to many treatments that have helped millions of people worldwide and was especially evident this past year through the creation of a COVID-19 antibody treatment.”
How did JungJin get there?
JungJin's entrepreneurial journey started at an early age when he worked as a taxi driver to get himself through Konkuk University in Seoul, South Korea. After studying industrial engineering, he rose through the ranks of Daewoo Motor Co. before losing his job amid the carmaker’s financial troubles following the 1997 Asian economic crisis.
Following this, JungJin started collaborating with colleagues to explore business opportunities in different industries, though none delivered lasting success. The turning point came after he attended a talk hosted by renowned scholars, which inspired him to focus on the biopharmaceutical sector.
And so he founded Celltrion with just US$45,000 of his savings. The launch of Remsima, credited with being the world's first antibody biosimilar, quickly moved Celltrion up the ranks of the country's fairly underdeveloped pharmaceutical sector. Celltrion followed this success with the launch of drugs for breast cancer and lymphoma that today are being used worldwide.
With ambitions to be the world’s first in different areas, Celltrion has pioneered numerous uncharted areas to great success over the past two decades, most recently responding to the global pandemic by successfully developing an antibody treatment for COVID-19 and working to ensure a timely supply of the safe and effective treatment.
“When I first started, my vision was to help patients gain access to safe, effective and affordable medicines and thereby enhance the quality of people’s lives,” explains JungJin. “The success of Celltrion has enabled me to expand on this while finding new ways to fuel my entrepreneurial drive.”