3 February 2021
2020 has been a rough year for most of the world. Covid-19 has caused a huge disruption in all aspects of people’s lives.
Humans are social creatures, we are not accustomed to living in isolation. This seismic change in living conditions has led to profound effects on public health. This is double the rate observed the same time last year Economically, it has not been easy for the UK either. Although GDP is increasing slowly, unemployment is predicted to rise to 7.7% this year. Links between the average healthy life expectancy, how many years a person is expected to live in good health, and unemployment rates within a country are widely reported. So there has never been a more important time in recent memory for health and wellbeing to be the primary concern for individuals.
That is not to say the British are not a hardy people in spite of the setbacks. The availability of video calls in our era have made it so that we can visit whatever, whoever, or wherever wewant all from the comforts of our own home.
One could call a relative in Nicaragua then in the next hour attend a virtual tour at the National Gallery! Technology has certainly made the world a smaller place. This report will discuss the emerging trends and innovations in categories within the Health and Wellbeing sector. It aims to provide insight into important, relevant products and services that are both important to society in this difficult time, but also novel and possibly undiscovered by some.
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