Platforms and Ecosystems
Enabling the Digital Economy
This whitepaper, part of the World Economic Forum's "Shaping the Future of the Digital Economy and Society initiative," looks at six key dimensions that determine whether digital platforms can retain public trust and governance and how they can revamp public-private collaboration for the same.
Health & Wellness Progress Report
Based on 2018 survey findings
The report sees a progressive shift in how its members are working together to address the issues that matter the most to their consumers; and to empower their consumers, communities, and employees to adopt healthier lifestyles.
Disruption in the automotive industry
Enhancing the customer experience through connectivity
This report engages with experts from across the industry to evaluate a large number of connected vehicle use cases, looking at their potential to add value to an organisation and how OEMs might look to implement some of these opportunities over others.
Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2019
Bridging the gap between the old and the new
The annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report identifies the world’s largest luxury goods companies and analyzes them from multiple perspectives. It also looks at industry trends, M&A activity, and the conditions within the global economy.
Shaping the Future of Food Security and Agriculture
Deloitte currently serves as the exclusive advisor to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Global Food Systems initiative. This page provides details on the WEF initiative as well as key project deliverables, perspectives from Deloitte leaders on food systems, and links to related eminence.
The future of work and the impact of technology
Tim Hanley, Global Consumer & Industrial Products Leader
In an increasingly connected world, one only has to think of how platforms such as Facebook, Netflix, or Uber have transformed how we interact with and perceive different industries. As AI systems, robotics, and cognitive tools grow in sophistication, almost every job is being reinvented.
Navigating the new digital divide: Global edition
3D printed food: Just because we can doesn't always mean we should
Vanessa Matthijssen and Chris Deliopoulos, Deloitte Australia
Food technologies such as 3D printing allow us unprecedented control of the flavor, color, texture, and nutritional content of food. These innovations and technological advancements require us to explore some of the ethical and societal implications of food engineering. Learn more >