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NEW MEGA TRENDS       Implications of Mega Trendsto Businesses, Cultures, Society and Careers               Sarwant Singh
mega cities                       MEGA                    REGIONS                 mega slumsMEGACORRIDORS
India: 8 Mega Corridors by 2021including the world’sbiggest 1.500 km Mega Corridor                        DELHI	  MUMBAI  ...
Cities, and Not Countries,                 Will Drive Wealth Creation In the FutureFast Forward City Facts: Did You Know?C...
Macro to Micro: Future Innovation in Urban Mobility as a Result              Technology Innovation           Wild Innovati...
SMART is the New Green
smart smart energy                                infrastructure                        smart  smart cities     technology...
Smart Market Opportunity                 IT PlayersCONVERGENCE OF TECHNOLOGYwill lead to                 Telecom     Point...
Digital Marketing: Meet Ups                                                    Receiving Updates on  Restaurant and Nightc...
Global Population in 2025                        2025       2011           8.6 Billion 6.99 Billion            0.78       ...
Global Population in 2025                        2025                                    World Population: Breakdown by Re...
space  jam
connected  world
innovating                                                                          Zero Waste/                           ...
Business model of the Decade               >>> Value for Many
If Current Trends Hold, by 2050 Health Care Spending will almost double,claiming 20% – 30% Of GDP for some economies
mind   Mood                                          Stress levels                                             Mental heal...
macro to micro  Mega                                                Analysis of                                           ...
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New Mega Trends - Implications of Mega Trends to Businesses, Cultures, Society and Careers

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Frost & Sullivan gave the opening presentation at the Bocconi Alumni Association annual conference ‘unTHINKables: The Imperative of Growth’ organised in Milan on 30 and 31st March 2012. Partner and Global Practice Director, Mr. Sarwant Singh, presented Frost & Sullivan’s latest findings on New Mega Trends and how these will drive growth and the creation of wealth in our societies in the future. Mr. Singh spoke alongside business luminaries, such as Fiat-Chrysler CEO, Mr. Sergio Marchionne, Prada Deputy Chairman, Mr. Carlo Mazzi, and IBM Vice President, Ms. Isabella Chiodi.

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  1. 1. NEW MEGA TRENDS Implications of Mega Trendsto Businesses, Cultures, Society and Careers Sarwant Singh
  2. 2. mega cities MEGA REGIONS mega slumsMEGACORRIDORS
  3. 3. India: 8 Mega Corridors by 2021including the world’sbiggest 1.500 km Mega Corridor DELHI  MUMBAI INDUSTRIAL  CORRIDOR    (204) MEHSANA-­‐VALSA  (48) MUMBAI-­‐AHMEDABAD  (58) HYDERABAD-­‐HINDUPUR  (29.1)   MUMBAI-­‐NAGPUR  (26) SRIKAKULUM-­‐NELLORE  (25.3)   BANGALORE-­‐BELGAUM  (38.5) CHENNAI-­‐HOSUR  (30.4)  
  4. 4. Cities, and Not Countries, Will Drive Wealth Creation In the FutureFast Forward City Facts: Did You Know?Cities like Seoul account for 50% of the country’s GDPItalian Mega Corridor MITOWhat are the Micro Implications?High Economic PowerHub and Spoke Business ModelTransit oriented developmentNew Mobility SolutionsCity as a Customer
  5. 5. Macro to Micro: Future Innovation in Urban Mobility as a Result Technology Innovation Wild Innovation Mobility IntegrationUNKNOWN Traffic Prediction system New Mobility ProductsSOLUTIONS Parking Search assistance Motorized Mover Cashless Payment Two seated Electric Car Improvement Application InnovationKNOWN Micro cars Car SharingSOLUTIONS Electric Cars Car Pooling Electric Bikes Bike Sharing Met Needs Unmet Needs
  6. 6. SMART is the New Green
  7. 7. smart smart energy infrastructure smart smart cities technologysmart mobility smart grids smart buildings smart clouds smart smart phones smartmaterials smart meters bandages
  8. 8. Smart Market Opportunity IT PlayersCONVERGENCE OF TECHNOLOGYwill lead to Telecom Point ofCONVERGENCE OF COMPETITION Players Convergence Energy/ Infrastructure Players Automation/ Building Control Players
  9. 9. Digital Marketing: Meet Ups Receiving Updates on Restaurant and Nightclub Reviews Promotion and Offers Concert EventsSix Degrees Apart GEO SOCIALISATION IN 2020 Local Real Estate News Geo Socialising with Friends Networking in Business Conferences: Updates on Potential Contacts
  10. 10. Global Population in 2025 2025 2011 8.6 Billion 6.99 Billion 0.78 0.55 3.40 2.30 2.72 2.30 1.85 1.890-14 15-34 35-64 65 and above Population in Billion
  11. 11. Global Population in 2025 2025 World Population: Breakdown by Region (Global), 2025 2011 8.6 Billion 2.00 0.18 Around 36% of 6.99 Billion 0.78 Gen Y Population 0.16 Will Live in India 0.10 1.50 and China Alone 0.55 0.06 0.70 0.30 0.56 3.40 2.30 0.93 1.00 0.56 0.63 0.07 0.15 0.57 0.26 2.72 0.50 2.30 0.07 0.30 0.42 0.56 0.24 0.15 0.42 0.19 0.39 0.11 0.18 0.17 0.10 0 0.07 Africa Rest of Latin North Europe India China 1.85 1.89 Asia America, America Caribbean and Oceania0-14 15-34 35-64 65 and above Population in Billion
  12. 12. space jam
  13. 13. connected world
  14. 14. innovating Zero Waste/ Emissionsto zero Carbon Neutral Factories and Retail Stores Complete Recyclability from Households(Cradle to Cradle Concept) Carbon Neutral Cities Zero Defects Zero Emissions Zero Breaches from Cars of Security Zero Accidents Zero Crime Rates
  15. 15. Business model of the Decade >>> Value for Many
  16. 16. If Current Trends Hold, by 2050 Health Care Spending will almost double,claiming 20% – 30% Of GDP for some economies
  17. 17. mind Mood Stress levels Mental health Sense of optimism Attitude Security Safety soul Personal values Personal fulfillment body Sight / vision Touch & feel Smell / breathing Sound TemperatureSelf image / self actualisation Wellness
  18. 18. macro to micro Mega Analysis of Opportunities Trend and Unmet Needs Sub Impact on Trend Future Impact to Product/ Your Technology IndustryMega Trends from Information to Strategy Implementation
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