What will
tomorrow's businesses look like?
Very different from today's,

that's for sure!

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NEW PRODUCTION AND
CONSUMPTION MODES ARE
EMERGING, WITH A FOCUS ON
USE AND SHORT SUPPLY CHAINS.

In the context of a gloomy economy,
83% of French people said that "it's more
important to use a product than to own it.
" Fifty-eight percent claimed that the "dogma
of possession" had become a burden.

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NETWORKING
(OPEN, COLLABORATIVE,
CROWD AND COMMUNITY)
IS BLURRING TRADITIONAL
CORPORATE BOUNDARIES.

For the Belgian theorist Michel Bauwens,
the rise of produsers and peer-to-peer
processes heralds a radical economic
and social transition.

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A new relationship with
work and a need for agility
are profoundly redefining
the business organization.

Half of French people aged 18 to 24 said
they'd like to start their own business.
Barom├Ętre Viavoice pour Idinvest, 2015

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NEW USERS ARE EMERGING,
WITH NEW EXPECTATIONS.

In France, one person becomes
a senior every 37 seconds.
In comparison, one baby is born
there every 42 seconds.
Worldwide, there will be 4.25 billion
digital natives (born after the general
introduction of digital technology)
by 2020.

NEW TECHNOLOGIES ARE
REVOLUTIONIZING THE BALANCE
BETWEEN REAL AND VIRTUAL.

Pepper, the Franco-Japanese
humanoid robot, can supposedly
recognize and replicate human emotions.

Business (re)design for good