As we moved through 2022, many of us expected we would return to a ‘new normal’.
The conflict in Ukraine and the cost of living has replaced the pandemic as the primary focus for both citizens and public services. History has shown that, in tough times, innovation thrives. And we believe our innovative spirit will be essential to adapt and improve lives.
Charles Darwin taught us the most important factor in survival is neither intelligence nor strength, but adaptability. We have a great opportunity to rethink how we work, live and protect our planet.
After another year of global disruption, we believe that it will be our collective innovation spirit that will help us adapt and create a better society for everyone. We hope these predictions help you navigate what lies ahead in 2023 and beyond.
Harold de Neef,
Group Product & Innovation Director,
After another year of global disruption, we believe that it will be our collective innovation spirit that will help us adapt and create a better society for everyone.
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