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10 key trends set to drive technology in 2022

Technology Predictions 2022

10 December 2021 - The creator economy, decentralised finance, supercharged supply chains, ARM-based chips, and the metaverse virtual playground are among 10 key trends that will drive digital transformation in 2022, highlighted in our 2022 Technology Predictions Report.

Assembled from expert insights and analysis by GP Bullhound’s global team, the report emphasises how new software, innovative media platforms, and the latest AI technologies will profoundly influence the workplace, how we bank, how we access healthcare, and how we socialise.

It also highlights how these technology trends will continue to be influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in accelerated growth in machine learning, financing payment solutions, telemedicine, and wearable technology.

“Our report declares that the ultimate winner in 2022 continues to be the consumer,” said Per Roman, Managing Partner, and Alec Dafferner, Partner at GP Bullhound. “During the pandemic, technology further reduced the barriers to digital disruption and paved the way for more rapid technology-driven change while encouraging innovation across many industry verticals. From healthcare to finance to supply chain and manufacturing, investments in emerging technologies will change the way we live and play, work, interact, and conduct business in the immediate future and long after the pandemic is over.”

On 15 December from 4:30pm to 5:30pm CET the key findings from the report will be presented at an online webinar held by GP Bullhound’s team, with guest speakers Liz Wessel, Co-founder & CEO of WayUp, and Peyman Zamani, CEO of Logicbroker. To register for the webinar, please click here.

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