“If you think about industry convergence, we really are at a tipping point and it’s occurring because of all the new technologies that have appeared.”Alison Kay, EY Global Vice Chair – Industry
No industry is immune from convergence but three in particular — mobility, health care and financial services — are being affected dramatically, according to a Wikistrat crowdsourced simulation, held in collaboration with EY.
Industry convergence is one of the megatrends identified in our report The upside of disruption: Megatrends shaping 2016 and beyond.
Driven by innovative startups and major technology players, the booming FinTech industry is capturing share from traditional financial services companies by offering customers easy-to-use and compelling products and services.
Find out more in our first EY FinTech Adoption Index.
Read Dealmaking: When sectors collide in EY Capital Insights, our long-running publication designed to help businesses raise, invest, preserve and optimize capital.
This year we launched the Disrupters series, a new program run by The Economist and supported by EY examining how the working world is dealing with the pressures of change and disruption. How do successful businesses evolve and turn threat into opportunity?
Gear Shift investigates the impact of disruption on the automotive industry.
In early 2016, EY's Automotive Industry spearheaded a series of hackathons where a diverse set of participants co-developed visions and prototypes for future mobility scenarios.
Find out more: Remodeling for mobility: Will new mobility mean the end of ‘old’ automotive?
This year we launched a new model in health care consultancy, one which brings together insights from multiple sectors — biotech, life sciences, technology, telecommunications, consumer products and more — to develop new solutions for the healthcare industry.
Find out more in our Health Reimagined blog: Perspectives on the future of health