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Key themes and growth drivers influencing the UK economy

In these uncertain times it has never been more important for us to nurture and support growth companies. Our economy must recoup the considerable costs of recent crises and our firm belief is that this can only be achieved by stimulating productivity in our great nation’s innovators, disrupters and challengers.

The Singer Growth Economy highlights opportunities across four overarching themes; Health & Wellbeing of the Population, Transition to a Sustainable Economy, Innovation & Emerging Technologies and Geopolitics & Demographics. Within these themes we have identified what we believe to be the most powerful growth drivers shaping the future of our economy, playing out not over months, or even years, but over decades.

The Singer Growth Economy Themes

Health & Wellbeing of the Population

The next decade will see continued convergence of healthcare, technology and consumer industries resulting in healthcare becoming more personalized, digitized, preventative and seamlessly integrated into daily life.

The Growth Drivers:

🦠 Genomic-based Technologies

🚢 Personalised & Preventative

πŸ’Š Biology-led Drug Discovery

πŸ”„ Efficiency through the Cycle from Discovery to Consumer

πŸ”¬ Health Monitoring

πŸ₯‘ Nutrition

Transition to a Sustainable Economy

The Sustainable Economy is an alternative vision for growth and development built on transformational technological drivers that are required to address climate and environmental challenges.

The Growth Drivers:

🌎 Climate Change & Energy Transition

πŸ’§ 🌾 Water, Energy & Food Security

πŸ—οΈ Advanced Materials

πŸ”‹ 21st Century Infrastructure

♻️ Waste Management, Recycling and Product Life

πŸ‘₯ Growing and Ageing Population

Innovation & Emerging Technologies

We believe that the Digital Revolution that started in the 1960’s has decades to run with tech spending as a percentage of GDP set to double in the next 10 years.

The Growth Drivers:

🌐 Digitisation and Process Automation

πŸ–₯️ Business Resilience and Cyber Security

πŸ“Š Data Infrastructure and Analytics

☁️ Cloud Computing

β‚Ώ Blockchain Technology

πŸ’¬ Communications Infrastructure

πŸ₯½ Creative Entertainment

Geopolitics & Demographics

The world is seeing a period of acceleration in change. Changing geopolitical orbits are driving, for example, supply chain revolutions. Defence is at the heart of government thinking again, and the ageing western population continues to challenge the historic consensus.

The Growth Drivers:

🚚 Security of Supply Chains and Re-Industrialisation of the Developed World

πŸ”’ National Security & Defence

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Developing Working Practices and Attitudes

πŸ“œ Increasing and More Complex Regulation

πŸ“ˆ Democratisation of Finance and Emerging Global Wealth

πŸ‘¨ πŸ‘© Consumer Evolution

πŸ“š Education

Our Latest Reports

The Singer Growth Economy: AI-enabled Drug Discovery Report

In this latest report, we cover the evolution and application of AI in drug discovery, explore the industry landscape worldwide (incl. the global market & geographical presence), as well as examining the UK-based players both in the public and private space. Companies covered in this report include: Benevolent AI, Exscientia AI, LungLife AI, e-Therapeutics, Renalytix, C4X Discovery, Poolbeg Pharma and Spectral MD Holding.

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The Singer Growth Economy Top 50 Report 2022

In connection to our recently launched initiative “The Singer Growth Economy”, Singer Capital Markets is delighted to share our latest report “The Singer Growth Economy Top 50 2022” – an analysis of the UK Growth Economy and ranking of the top 50 private companies.

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The Singer Growth Economy: UK Public Cloud Report

As part of The Singer Growth Economy initiative, our latest report on the Growth Driver ‘Cloud Computing’ under the theme of ‘Innovation & Emerging Technologies’ examines Cloud Computing at the centre of digital transformation, how and why Cloud service is reselling partners to drive growth, the challenges of selecting a Cloud Computing service and the various private and public companies dominating this space.

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