As time runs out on an eventful and at times fraught year, thoughts turn ahead to the blank canvas that is the 12 months ahead. Many of us will ask whether 2023 will be a good year personally, professionally, for politics, for the economy and for society.
There is an abundance of gloomy predictions for the year ahead, especially when it comes to the health of our nation, its businesses and its people. What will this look like for our global security and the looming presence of cyber threats? With the rise of energy decarbonisation, what does this mean for building better infrastructure? Digital transformation will continue to liberate the vulnerable from isolation. It will also introduce more seamless and efficient ways to manage key services off setting legacy heavy carbon footprints.
What does this mean about the ethical use of our data? Where do we stand now? Our leading experts reflect on the last year and look ahead across key sectors of our economy.