Navigating the future need not be reactive.
Whether it is a surging population of wealthy consumers in a new market or a disruptive technology that threatens the status quo, an overarching business strategy can, and should, be forward looking and not one but two steps ahead.
In the last two decades, the face of wealth in the world has changed, generations have both aged and come of age. Lifestyles have adjusted, attitudes have evolved - all of which have consequences for tomorrow that we can only begin to comprehend today.
But which of these matters? Where should your business focus its attention? We can provide the strategic advice you need:
The above image is of a sextant from the 18th century. Sextants were used in navigation at sea by measuring the angular distance between two visible objects, usually the sun at noon or Polaris at night, allowing for celestial navigation.
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