🚀 Technological innovation

🚀 Demographic shifts

🚀 Wide-scale urbanisation and gentrification

🚀 Shifts in global economic powers

🚀 Resource scarcity & climate change

“So what should we tell our children? That to stay ahead, you need to focus on your ability to continuously adapt, engage with others in that process, and most importantly retain your core sense of identity and values. For students, it’s not just about acquiring knowledge, but about how to learn. For the rest of us, we should remember that intellectual complacency is not our friend and that learning — not just new things but new ways of thinking — is a life-long endeavour.” - Blair Sheppard Global Leader, Strategy and Leadership Development, PwC

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