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TFTF | June 30, 2021

The fortnight thus far

Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days, once every 15 days.

Issue #58

June 30, 2021



Sleep on it: Addressing the Sleep-Loss Epidemic through Technology

Globally, up to 45% of the population doesn’t get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation carries high economic costs, estimated at $680 Bn a year in 5 OECD countries. The influx of sleep devices could take the global market to ~$32 Bn by 2026. But can sleep devices enhance sleep-related health?

[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:



Indian Food Processing Industry

The Indian food processing market is expected to double from $263 Bn in 2020 to $535 Bn in 2025. India is the world’s 14th largest exporter of food products with a 2.6% share in global exports (2010). Given these promising growth prospects, can India become the global leader in this industry?

[ KPMG > Full report here:



Emerging Challengers and Incumbent Operators Battle for APAC’s Digital Banking Opportunity

The digital banking space in APAC witnesses growing interest and is home to 20% of the global digital challenger banks. The path forward remains challenging for both incumbent banking operators and emerging players. What are the key questions that must be answered to succeed?

[ BCG > Full report here :



Nine Tech Innovation Trends Leading the Executive Agenda in 2021

Almost 60% of global executives across sectors said they adopted customer experience tools to improve different stages of the customer journey over the past 5 years. New technology themes will influence strategic priorities. Here are 9 trends that have risen to the top of C-suite agendas.

[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:



The Global Consumer: Changed for Good

More than 50% of the global consumers surveyed said they’ve become more digital in the past 12 months and, 25% ranked ‘increased health and safety as most or second most important when shopping in-store. What is causing this drastic change in consumers’ habits?

[ PwC > Full report here:



Five Key Trends Shaping Cities over the Next 20 Years

The number of Internet users rose 340% between 2005-2020, reaching 4.2 Bn in 2020. About 88% of the global population will use the internet by 2040. Going forward, government policies for smart city development will become more robust. Here are 5 main trends that are shaping the future of cities.

[ Euromonitor > 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.


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