Startups from emerging markets will shape the post-Covid economy

Today’s rapid pace of technological advancement, with the rise of technologies like AI, machine learning, blockchain, and IoT, has the potential to transform every aspect of our lives. And the fast-growing global startup scene is at the forefront of this change, making our lives better, faster, and more efficient.  But it’s the innovative young startups from emerging markets that have the potential to create the biggest impact. As of 2018, 85% of the world’s population lives in emerging market countries, which represent 59% of the GDP. With such a huge digital consumer market, these startups will have a major hand…

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