TFTF | Apr 15, 2021
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Apr 15, 2021
The New B2B Value Chain
It’s time for B2B companies to rethink their value chains. Organisations that don’t offer their customers the right balance of cost, responsiveness & experience risk of becoming commoditised and marginalised. Here are 6 priorities to help company leaders bring the new B2B value chain to life
[ PwC > Full report here:
Trends in Health Tech Investments
In 2020, venture funding for health tech innovators crossed a record US$14 Bn. Innovators focused on well-being and care delivery models received a record US$6.4 Bn funding. Investors will have important responsibilities toward innovators. So, what’s next for innovators in the Future of Health?
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
The Future of the $1.5 Trillion Wellness Market
The global wellness market is estimated to cross $1.5 trillion. A rise in consumer interest and purchasing power presents opportunities across markets, especially as consumer spending rebounds. Given the increasing competition, how do companies meet consumer needs in this growing market?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here :
Beyond Cost Savings: Reinventing Business through Automation
Companies’ automation priorities extended beyond saving money as newer automation goals became rather important. ‘Improved business continuity’ gained ~6x importance post Covid-19, making it the most important automation goal followed by ‘lower risk’. So, how can companies achieve more value from automation?
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
Reframe your Future Beyond COVID-19
The pandemic changed the consumer preferences with 75% of them focusing on sustainability and over 35% changing their brand preferences to more home-grown labels. Does this make it crucial for companies to revisit existing strategies to maintain relevance and withstand future disruptions?
[ EY > Full report here:
Dramatic Shifts in Consumer Shopping Behaviour
While online shopping skyrocketed across all generational groups, Baby Boomers led the way in online shopping growth, with usage up 5.7x year-over-year, compared to Millennials’ usage, which was up 4.3x. Know more about consumer shopping behaviors across generations one year into the pandemic.
[ Oracle > Full report here:
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