Growth in the post-crisis world

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Where are the best opportunities for growth in the world emerging from crisis and change?

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Growth in the post-crisis world

  1. 1. GROWTH IN A POST-CRISIS WORLD
  2. 2. WEST EAST BIG SMALL BUSINESS CUSTOMER MASS NICHE VOLUME VALUE theGeniusWorks.com
  3. 3. E7 +5.1% in 2010 E7 +1.7% G7 in 2009 +1.3% in 2010 G7 -3.4% iin 2009 E7 is the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China) plus Mexico, Indonesia and Turkey Mexico theGeniusWorks.com
  4. 4. E7 NATIONS WOMEN EDUCATION WATER HEALTHCARE CITIES GRIN RENTAL BOOMERS
  5. 5. Ageing (big business) ... Artvertising (ads need to do more for you) ... Brand alliances Bioplastics ... eBooks (eventually come of age) ... Business models (in every sector) CHIME nations ... Creative charities ... Crowdsourcing (research, design, communicate) Debt ... Device convergence ... Digital nomads (wandering in a virtual world) Energy (where the brains are focused) ... Social Entrepreneurs ... Extreme weather Fairtrade ... Fractional ownership ... Fuel cells (where the venture capital is focused) Genetic-based services ... GPS devices (the power of mobility) ... Graffiti fashion Happiness (yes, it really is the new priority) ... Healthcare revolution ... Reid Hoffman Identity protection (you, your brand, your reputation) ... Inflation ... Islamic finance Fashion jewellery ... Multi jobbing ... Jumpsuits (yes, they're back with Stella McCartney) Knowledge clouds ... Korean brands (the new innovation leaders) ... Kazikstan Licensing ... Life caching ... Location-based marketing (when and where are customers) Managing complexity ... Meaning (making sense, adding purpose) ... Micropayments Nanotechnology (from cleaning to clothes) ... Neural networks ... N11 nations Obesity (whilst half the world still starves) ... Oil prices ... Cautious optimism Personalisation ... Pop-up retailing (no longer a fad serious business) ... Privacy fad, InQBox (fantastic Japanese retail concept) ... Quantum computing ... Quebec online Realness ... Rental culture ... Responsible business (more than the environment) Self publishing ... Simplicity (the biggest trend of all) ... Space tourism (Virgin Galactic) p y Tablet computers (just wait for MacWorld 2010) ... Tweeting ... Two-speed economy Unemployment ... Urbanisation ... User generated (from Current TV to Threadless) Viral rage (customer complaints just went global) ... Virtual Hybrids ... Volatility Water scarcity ... Wild weather ... Women consumers (growing faster than China) Generation X ... X-Prizes (space travel to electric cars) ... XL accessories Yang Du (Shanghai cool) ... YouTubevertising (one that works) ... Mohammad Yunus Zespri Gold (amazing kiwis) ... Zipcars ... Zopa (business model for future banking)
  6. 6. RESPONSIBLE CONSIDERED MEANINGFUL CARING EMPOWERED RESOURCEFUL CAPABLE SELFLESS WELLBEING HUMAN INDIVIDUAL HAPPINESS COLLABORATIVE CONTRIBUTING PARTICIPATIVE SHARING INDULGENT EXPRESSIVE ESCAPIST QUIRKY
  7. 7. AIR ASIA PIXAR NINTENDO SHANGHAI TANG GOLLA SAMSUNG VIRGIN GALACTIC LI+FUNG ZAPPOS
  8. 8. peterfisk@peterfisk.com theGeniusWorks.com theGeniusWorks com

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