Community banks need to innovate. Most of us accept that. Too much is changing around us, too many other players are jumping on our turf. Regulators seem out to strangle us. And customers demand more and more.
The Eight Themes
- E-cigarettes – The potential to transform the tobacco industry
- Cancer Immunotherapy – The future of cancer treatment?
- LED Lighting – A large, early-stage and multi-decade opportunity
- Alternative Capital – Rise of a new asset class means growing risk for reinsurers
- Natural Gas Engines – Attractive economics drive strong, long-term penetration
- Software Defined Networking (SDN) – Re-inventing networking for the cloud era
- 3D Printing – Disruption materializing
- Big Data – Solutions trying to keep up with explosive data growth and complexity
These eight themes – through product or business innovation – Goldman claims are poised
to transform addressable markets or open up entirely new ones, offering growth insulated from the broader macro environment and creating value for their stakeholders.
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