The Global Consumer Commerce Centre
Foreseeing future trends … whilst … Recognising today’s realities
The IORMA Global Consumer Commerce Centre is a neutral resource for Businesses and Governments that recognise their need to understand and respond to the ways in which the 7.5 billion global consumers are changing – in the products and services they want and need, and the ways they want to obtain them.
These changes are happening globally, driven by developments in society, in business and in technology.
The changes are important not only for all those dealing direct with consumers, but for Businesses at all places in supply networks and for Governments and Academia in preparing for the future associated societal and economic impacts of these changes.
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Research, Data, Analysis, Foresight, Consulting and Events regarding future trends in Global Consumer Commerce
Global Consumer Commerce embraces all Organisations and Governments concerned with the provision and sale of goods and services to the 7.5 billion Global Consumers … and the corresponding Global Consumer income and spend. IORMA is guided by its Associates and managed by a Board that combines experience from all areas of consumer business.
Take this opportunity to join our community of nearly 1000 companies and organisations worldwide Become an IORMA Associate here
Explore the depth of Knowledge available through the IORMA Global Consumer Commerce Hubs
Innovation Hub … keeps abreast of and enables the Global Consumer Commerce Industry to anticipate future innovations, developments and trends
Knowledge Hub … features a wide range of historic and actual global, regional and country data, including forecasts, trends and analysis relating to Global Consumer Commerce and corresponding Global Consumer Income and Spend
… and then engage, discuss and network with representatives from across all Businesses, Governments and Academia concerned with Global Consumer Commerce at
IORMA Events … which focus on the main trends in society and technology that are disrupting the ways in which consumers are driving their relationships with business