We’re Entering the Stay-Home Economy. Here are 10 Industries That Will Be Winners

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billion in 2023 may grow even faster—and become highly valuable to advertisers. The below article is part of Robert Glazer’s LinkedIn Newsletter series and originally appeared on Glazer’s LinkedIn page. He is the founder and CEO of Acceleration Partners , an affiliation marketing company. As COVID-19 spreads globally, many countries—including the United States—are mandating extreme social distancing measures.

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Pre-pandemic, McKinsey & Company reported that IOT (Internet of Things) devices were projected to triple from 2018 to 2023. By Scott Meacham. The pandemic’s immediate and expected after-effect on the traditional energy sectors of oil and gas is harsh.

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But by 2023, a decade following the introduction of the iPhone 5S, the market for biometric technologies is expected to grow to over $30Bn. In 1989, the second part of the blockbuster Back to the Future trilogy introduced a version of 2015 where individuals could use fingerprints to unlock doors, pay for taxis, and make donations to save broken clock towers.

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PPS – We are looking for a host city for LAUNCH Festival in 2020 through 2023 (four-year deal). The unicorn movement in Silicon Valley has been a great run, with startups plowing mountains of willing capital into audacious products that are changing the world. Click to Tweet (can edit before sending): [link] ]. Airbnb, Uber and Slack have revolutionized travel, transportation and work forever.

TechCrunch: Where top VCs are investing in construction robotics

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And although the residential sector has been slow to adopt offsite construction, the industry will continue to grow by roughly 7% per year and hit $157B by 2023. Via TechCrunch by Arman Tabatabai: Venture capital has been flooding the various subverticals under the robotics umbrella in recent years, and the construction space is one of the largest beneficiaries.