The past decade has seen a Tsunami of data produced within and outside the healthcare apparatus. Modern inquiries into determining healthcare outcomes at an individual level and across populations. Requires significant trans-disciplinary expertise to extract valuable information, and gain actionable knowledge to deliver positive healthcare outcomes.
The global nutrigenomics market size is expected to reach USD 850.86 million by 2025. Registering a CAGR of 16.48%. Obesity is the biggest segment for nutrigenomics and is projected to account for 38% of the total industry by 2025.
Nutrigenomics is the study of molecular relationships between nutritional stimuli and the response of the genes. It opens a window in our understanding of how nutrition influences metabolic pathways and homeostatic control.
The body is an ecosystem of interconnected human and non-humanparts. Humans are a majority -microbial organisms with approximately 90% of human cells and 99% of human genes originating from our microbiome rather than from the mammalian part of our body.
Lloyds, the world's leading specialist in the Insurance market. Estimated the insurance opportunity in developing countries to be between 1.5 to 3 billion policies.
In 2017 according to the insurance information institute, there was a total of 280 million people with at least one microinsurance policy or 5% of the potential market. Premiums were valued at US$2.4bn. With annual growth rates of 10% or higher in some countries.
Digital transformation, across other industries, exposed consumers, to the convenience, and ease of use of tech enabled digital products. SME’s and consumers, of retail finance products, expect the same level of immediacy and customisable products and services.
Payments represent the sum of consumer experience on a microscopic level. Digital transactions reflect what consumers can afford, their ever-changing desires and the richness, and level of sophistication of the trading environments, represented by the cities that consumers reside within.
The nearly universal adoption of mobile devices is driving the adoption of mobile payment solutions and the growth of non -cash transactions.
Presently, 30% of the world’s adult population is unbanked, 80% of SME’s worldwide have no access to formal financial systems and 90% of the adult population in developing countries do not have access to a credit card. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) reported a funding gap of more than US$ 2 trillion for (SME’s) in emerging markets. Hence the World Bank and the G20 are collaborating to solve this challenge.
One of the spillover effects of opacity within fashion retailers supply chain network is that fashion retailers and their suppliers may not share returns data. Leading to information distortion. And the emergence of one of the most intractable challenges, impacting the apparel industry, the “return’s process”.
According to KPMG, it costs UK retailers £6obn per annum. In the U.S. alone, Statista estimates return deliveries will cost $550 billion by 2020, 75.2% more than four years prior.