The fortnight thus far
Issue #95 | Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days.
Jan 02, 2023
2 x Things that will affect you
1. Central banks to remain hawkish in 2023
[ The Economist > Read: Prepare for rising tensions between fiscal and monetary policy | The Economist ]
2. 6.5% growth with sub-5% inflation key to a $5 trillion economy
[ Hindustan Times > Read: 6.5% growth with sub-5% inflation key to $5 trillion economy: Govt paper | Latest News India - Hindustan Times ]
4 x 1-min perspectives to consider
1. The business of sports
2. Models that can prepare you for impact
3. Flat organisations function efficiently
4. The origin of Metaverse
4 x Reports you need to read
1. Future of Banks - $20 trillion breakup opportunity
Banks’ margins have fallen 25%+ in the last 15 years. Banking is fast losing its traditional advantages. However, new competitive arenas & business models are appearing which banks can evolve to. Dive in to know more:
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
2. Innovation by consumer-facing cos. in recession
The upcoming recession will differ due to its high inflation & high fiscal tightening nature. However, consumer product cos. & retailers can emerge stronger. Let’s look at possible strategies & practical cases to achieve this:
[ EY-Parthenon > Full report here:
3. Neobanks to diversify revenue streams
Fintech Investors have started nudging portfolio companies to refocus from customer acquisition to a sustainable path to profitability. What are the promising routes where increasing monetisation and diversification are happening?
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
4. Charting Economic Opportunities in New Digital Paradigm
Digital is here to stay! Despite the noise around funding winter and tech routes, the future is going to be digitally enabled. But how will you visualise the digitally layered future? Especially when there is a need to act, & act fast.
[ BCG > Full report here:
Every article here has had 100s of hours of effort that have gone into making this relevant, insightful and concise. Due credit and thanks to all these professionals and organizations who toiled to put together these insights, of such high quality, for the use of businesses across the world.