Has Everything Changed?

Real Vision's new campaign explores the shifting trends the coronavirus pandemic has caused or accelerated

It’s a question that’s on our minds here at Real Vision, and it’s got to be on your mind too.

A little over six months ago, it was business as usual, but as we all know, it rapidly moved to business as unusual. From travel and dining to working and housing, we’ve created a new world, a new way of living.  

What has been the global markets response to all of this?

Has the changing work-life and the Fed’s willingness to provide liquidity galvanized investors in a durable way? How long can we keep this up? But more importantly, what is the lasting impact on the global economy, and how will this impact you?

Real Vision’s new campaign, “Has Everything Changed?” will answer those questions and explore the shifting trends that the pandemic has caused or accelerated.

We will take you on a journey across the globe speaking to industry leaders from real estate and travel to education, healthcare, and of course the global economy.

All businesses will need to operate differently now. We want to hear from those making these decisions at the top and investing in these companies.

For many, the toughest leadership test is now looming: will their business be able to thrive in an environment where a vaccine has yet to be distributed and global economies are still reeling?

Industries are being reinvented as we speak: people are fleeing cities, real estate is experiencing a revaluation, consumer confidence has taken a hit. We’re in a period of high volatility in traditional markets and new asset classes are emerging, look at cryptocurrency and decentralized finance.

So together let’s find the answers to this question: has everything changed? 

The moment is not to be lost. Companies that reimagine their business models will be better off and far more ready to confront the challenges—and opportunities—of the next normal than those who do not.

Real Vision helps you understand the complex world of finance, business and the global economy. Join us starting September 21st as we make sense of all that is happening and why you need to care.