Dion Chang | 6 trend pillars for 2022

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 Trends for 2022.
Trends for 2022.

ON MY RADAR

When the pandemic hit in 2020, the concept of a fourth wave was not something we could even imagine. Nor did we imagine the long-term effect of global lockdowns on businesses, global supply chains, geopolitical dynamics and sociocultural undercurrents.

But, two years into “The Great Staggering”, we are finally realising that we have to learn to live with the virus and its mutations. Like it or not, we are embarking on a continuing, unmapped journey. Think of the year ahead as a road trip: some parts will be on a highway, some parts on bumpy side roads with frequent detours and there will be the occasional overnight stop.

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