Published on 14th January 2021
With the uncertainty that 2020 has created, starting 2021 with more confidence and purpose is more important than ever. That’s why we asked our Worldcom Public Relations Group Partners once again to draw on the expertise of its 2000+ communications professionals to predict the environment that will face all organizations in the year ahead. This year we have split our predictions into four topic areas:
Inevitably, as a global partnership, many of these predictions have an international flavor. If you want to get a picture of what the communications landscape may look like in your own country, we have teams in 115 cities, in 49 countries on six continents, ready to talk to you.
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In the fourth part of a four-part series, our consultants take a look at different sector trends. They predict that: healthcare influencers will continue to gain importance; technologies’ new ‘Wow’ factor will be in its service to society; the success of logistics businesses will depend on continuously investing in strengthening the resilience and enhancing the visibility of their supply chains; E-commerce will increasingly lead the scene and the emergence of a new communications language that transcends multiculturalism…Programming Language.
Thank you to our Worldcom Partners from Wisse Kommunikatie, Raffetto Herman Strategic Communications, JBP PR & Parliamentary Affairs, BPress, AZ.Worldcom Japan, Made In PR and True Digital Communications for sharing their insights.
We hope these predictions and insights will help increase the certainty of your success in 2021.
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