The next normal is…

An unprecedented pace of change is occurring. This means business leaders are continuously assessing the damage caused by COVID-19, and quickly taking stock of the opportunities and risks as they re-calibrate their growth strategies for 2021. In this report, our insights team have performed a broad analysis of multiple data points to help form a much clearer picture of how different sectors are positioned going into 2021. Some of the sector-by-sector analysis in this study includes data covering equity market value indicators, employment forecasts, COVID-19 lockdown resilience assessments, as well as long-term value-added growth forecasts from our partners at Oxford Economics.

This report combines the above data points from various sources to provide guidance on questions such as:

  • Which sectors have benefited most in 2020?
  • Which are best placed for 2021 should lockdowns persist?
  • Where could we see acceleration post-pandemic, looking 3-5 years ahead?

You can find the full report here:

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