22 Trends for 2022
We saw that digital could change the world in 2020. 2021 showed us how fast that change could happen.
Over the course of this year, 5G really took off, we saw the launch of more than a few billionaires into space, and even the discovery of a whole new universe with the rise of the metaverse. Yeesh! It’s been a wild ride.
As the world speeds up around us, powered by a host of advanced new technologies, it’s safe to say that even at DEPT® we were staggered by the sheer innovation that digital offered this year.
What’s next seems almost beyond our imaginations— well, almost, but not quite. Here’s a sneak peek at the top 22 trends we’re expecting in 2022.
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Accelerating healthcare: top 3 digital trends for 2021
Innovation in the healthcare industry is rapidly accelerating as a direct consequence of the ageing population, the rising prevalence of chronic diseases, infrastructure advancements, evolving care models, higher labour costs due to staff shortages and the expansion of healthcare systems in developing countries. But, more prevalently and unprecedented is the influence of the pandemic we’re currently facing.
Accelerating retail & commerce: top 3 digital trends for 2021
Disruption is the hallmark of 2020. Though change is a constant for many retailers, COVID-19 has impacted the world in a way that no one could have predicted. This has led to many organizations strategizing, pivoting, and adapting to survive in this new normal.
Accelerating manufacturing: top 3 digital trends for 2021
In January 2020, the global manufacturing sector expanded at its fastest pace in nine months. Business optimism was at its highest level in more than a year. By May, the world had become a very different place.
Accelerating consumer goods: top 3 digital trends for 2021
Digital adoption among consumers has skyrocketed in the past ten years. As a result, industries across the board have been putting more and more effort into their own digital transformations. And the consumer goods sector is no exception. However, while many consumer goods providers have excelled and delivered highly innovative customer experiences, the shift to digital has moved slower or proven more complex than expected for many companies.
21 trends for 2021
At DEPT®, we’ve always believed in a digital future. In 2020, that future arrived. During the first three months of the pandemic, digital advanced the equivalent of ten years. It became the way we worked, shopped, communicated and socialised. It became the way we conducted our lives. 2020 forced the world to go digital. Technology made it possible.
Check out our top picks for the 21 trends for 2021 so you can be ready to hit the ground running. Because in the new year every industry has a unique opportunity to grow and improve.
Accelerating agriculture & food: top 3 digital trends for 2021
The agriculture and food industry has transformed over the past 50 years. Advances in machine technology have led to more efficient cultivation, improvements to fertilizers and irrigation engineering have increased yields, and digital technology has enabled smarter efficiencies and built resilience across crop cultivation and livestock production. Yet, despite these tangible improvements, agriculture and food sectors face a multitude of challenges.
Accelerating banking & insurance: top 3 digital trends for 2021
2020 was already expected to be a cornerstone year in the ongoing digital transformation of the banking, insurance and finance sectors. Then came COVID, accompanied by a whole new set of challenges, but also opportunities for growth and innovation.
Accelerating the utilities and energy sector
Like many other sectors, the ongoing pandemic has disrupted and affected the energy and utilities industry as consumers are changing their energy consumption due to increased lockdown measures and subsequent lifestyle changes. What was once the powerhouse of global economies is now under threat, and with no sign of the pandemic slowing down over the winter, the sector faces new and unprecedented pressures.
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