Each day a team of senior Coleman analysts follow industry news and market developments to identify the most compelling, distinctive and relevant topics across all sectors for our Hosted Events. We moderate events on those topics featuring many of the most knowledgeable and respected names in the industry. These small group discussions often utilize the most senior and sought-after experts, including the newest additions to the Coleman network. We understand you have a busy agenda, which is why our in-house analysts drive the discussions, asking the probing questions so you don’t have to. Whether a moderated conference call or an in-person breakfast briefing, the research and preparation that goes into each event assures the session will be focused, compelling and engaging.
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With our expert, we will analyze Tencent's growing e-commerce opportunities (marketing, subscription accounts, mini program) with a view into understanding where Tencent, and namely Weixin and WeChat, fit within a crowded Chinese e-commerce market. We will explore the importance of the Tencent / JD partnership, and whether it measurably drove sales during 1H18. We will examine year over year growth in platform usage for net new and existing clients across WeChat. Our expert will offer insight into how Tencent's payments platform, TenPay, is a competitive differentiator among Chinese internet companies and how it stacks up relative to Alipay. Finally, we will close with discussion around the Mini Program, Tencent's leadership in mobile video and develop a forecast for clients' Tencent spend / usage in 2H18.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is moving forward with the “IMO 2020 Rule.” IMO 2020 requires a significant reduction in the global maximum sulfur content (from 3.5% to 0.5%) for marine fuel (bunker fuel oil) on January 1, 2020. Roughly 51,000 commercial ships were registered globally in 2016. The international fleet can be broken into a variety of vessel classifications with important considerations including size, type of trade, flag nation, area of trade, age, construction, type of propulsion, ownership, and contract operations. Every characteristic requires consideration by the owners or operators of the vessels when investing in IMO 2020 Rule compliance. At present, it is estimated that less than 1% of the worldwide fleet is operating within the future regulatory limits for sulfur emissions for open ocean areas (i.e. outside of Emission Control Areas).
Coleman helps me identify relevant topics and angles and matches me with the right experts. This limits bias and improves diversity in my research process and makes Hosted Events very valuable in helping me understand a wide range of industries and topics.
— Ben, Senior Equity Analyst at an Asset Management Firm
Coleman offers us the most differentiated network of experts available from anyone.
— Pat, Portfolio Manager for a Mutual Fund
Learn how an Asset Management Firm recently leveraged Coleman’s Hosted Events to get unique perspectives from industry thought leaders.
An analyst at an Asset Management firm came to Coleman seeking fresh perspectives on a tech company that was bucking market trends. He joined two relevant Hosted Event calls where he was able to gather unique market insights.Read Case Study