Webinar: The Deregulation of Life
Trends Briefing: 29th October| 9am-10am | Register here
Put simply, consumers have more freedom to do what they want, when they want and how they want than ever before. Driven by a combination of digital ubiquity, changing social norms and legislation, fewer activities are confined to specific locations or times than they were in the past.
This trend is the Deregulation of Life. During the pandemic it is accelerating as more activities are freed from their usual routines. Work is less likely to happen in the workplace, live exercise classes are being joined from living rooms rather gyms, GP appointments are taking place via video chat and some are even attending trends briefings from home.
How far will these changes extend – and could it herald a new attitude to change amid greater flexibility and autonomy?
Join us on 29th October as we explore all these issues and more.