The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people manage their health. It has challenged our medical systems and driven demand for new solutions. However, our data suggests these changes are not new but rather an acceleration of existing trends.
As we survey the world after the first part of COVID-19, we can see massive behavioural changes in an expansive range of areas. Which changes will stick are not certain, but where they involve an acceleration of an existing trend we think it is more
As COVID-19 put a stop travelling and grounded planes, the travel and hospitality sector has been left wondering when – if at all – we will ever return to a world of cheap flights and global adventure.
Looking beyond the coronavirus: Do the signals indicate we can expect a transformation in the way we work?
You will be reading this anywhere but your office. All aspects of life have been touched by the coronavirus pandemic, including the nature of work. But COVID-19 may only exacerbate already pronounced differences between white-collar and blue-collar industries.