Key findings from KPMG Global Aerospace and Defense Outlook 2015, which surveys A&D organizations around the world.
Key findings from KPMG Global Aerospace and Defense Outlook 2015
With the mature defense markets of the US and Europe continuing to stagnate, aerospace and defense organizations are highly focused on two overriding priorities: driving growth and managing costs.
KPMG International’s Global Aerospace and Defense Outlook annual report provides a comprehensive overview of the global aerospace and defense sector. It includes forward-thinking advice and valuable insights from a wide range of industry executives and leaders from around the world. The report explores the steps that aerospace and defense organizations are taking with respect to growth strategies, competitive pressures, research and development, innovation and industry transformation and more. In addition to providing aerospace and defense organizations with a deeper understanding of the current state of the industry, the insights in this report will also help them chart a more informed course for the future.
About the survey
The Global Aerospace and Defense Outlook is part of KPMG’s 2015 Global Manufacturing Survey. Data was collected by Forbes on behalf of KPMG in early 2015. A total of 386 senior executives participated in the survey, of which 18 percent came from the aerospace and defense Sector. Almost a quarter of industry respondents represent organizations with more than US$25 billion in revenues. Half of industry respondents were located in the Americas, 44 percent were from Europe and 6 percent were from the Asia-Pacific region.
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