Covid-19 has led to the rise of digital infrastructure, but how much support are new projects going to get from investors in the short term and how much will governments have to spearhead the financing effort?
The restrictions imposed on people's movement by the Covid-19 pandemic forced many to turn to digital financial services for the first time. This could have a knock-on impact on financial inclusion across the world.
Many countries and companies have used innovative thinking to get through the Covid-19 pandemic, but those embracing long-term innovation will emerge from the crisis the quickest.
AI, the cloud, blockchain, fintech and a host of other advancements have transformed the financial services industry in recent years, boosting financial inclusion and popularising online banking across the world.
Cities are adopting ‘smart’ technology in an effort to become more efficient and save costs, but will the Covid-19 outbreak dent their progress?
The fourth industrial revolution has seen innovation and automation transform manufacturing. Keeping up with these advancements is a daunting task, but a necessary one.