Megatrends

Megatrends, what are they and how do they affect you? Here you will find all our views bundled together into our distinctive outlook on what megatrends mean for the present and the future. We wish to take part in the wider discussion and are eager to understand how these megatrends and the collisions among them will reshape our economic and commercial landscape. What are consequences for our clients, for us and for the community?

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The power to perform: human capital 2020 and beyond

The power to perform: human capital 2020 and beyond

In the face rapidly shifting customer expectations, technological disruption and regulatory developments, the question is no longer whether financial services (FS) is being transformed, but how quickly, how to keep pace, and how to deliver strong business results in this new environment.

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Payments in the Wild Tech World

Payments in the Wild Tech World

The PwC Market Research Centre estimates that the number of non-cash transactions will grow by 69% from 2013 to 2020, which would represent over one million transactions happening every minute. However, new industry entrants, the so-called FinTechs, significantly disrupt traditional payments business and pose serious threats.

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Wearables: Driving user outcomes in the Digital Age - the next leap

Wearables: Driving user outcomes in the Digital Age - the next leap

To push for the mass adoption of wearables beyond the historical growth rate of the tablet market – to about 9 million Dutch consumers in the next five to eight years – would involve leaning on some key drivers. In our view, these action points would yield the greatest benefits.

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Jan Willem Velthuijsen
Chief economist PwC
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