The search queries related to “telemedicine” have surged drastically since January of 2020, but what does it mean for the healthcare sector? What is the future of “telemedicine”? How will it influence the health and wellness industry at a greater scale?
Corona interrupted, accelerated, or reversed many longstanding consumer and business habits. What changed? Basically, every activity and function that could move online did, fueling a mass digital migration. COVID‑19 fast-tracked many trends that are likely to remain.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the food industry has been turned upside down. Specifically, home cooking has seen a massive resurgence in popularity. What we want to know is whether people will keep cooking at home and what they care about.
As the shift to online retailing accelerates in almost all markets, retailers face a multitude of challenges to stay ahead of their competitors and fend off threats from new companies and brands entering the market. How can we prepare for the transformation?
Technology is changing the way we move and reshaping cities and society. Shared and on-demand mobility represent notable transportation shifts in the 21st century. New attitudes toward sharing, Mobility on Demand (MOD), and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) are changing traveller behaviour and creating new opportunities and challenges for public transportation.
The retail world has gone through a massive transformation during the pandemic. And 2021 proves that dramatic changes will only continue in the next few years. Most importantly, omnichannel marketing has become one of the most influential trends in retail.
MaaS can act as an enabler of new agility in the mobility sector – it brings a much-needed variety to the demand side and at the same time helps with optimisation of the supply side, ultimately driving consumers back into the transport industry. How?
The numbers from smart home sector sound highly attractive. However, even though consumers are buying into the smart home, there are still concerns about the growth of the sector. And these concerns can give a hint to the next step development for smart home devices.
Ever since live shopping started in China in about 2015, this way of shopping has gradually gained in influence in the E-commerce market and become a huge success. Most importantly, the trend is believed to have the potential to take over the E-Commerce industry in the West as well.