It’s time for a consumer-centred metric: introducing return on experience

| March 14, 2019

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It’s now been a full decade since the Great Recession ushered in what’s often called the new normal, a supposed recalibration of what’s possible in terms of global economic growth. But a funny thing happened: the world’s consumers displayed unexpected resilience, driven by technological advances that have unleashed a Golden Age of consumption, offering a worldwide bazaar of goods and services open day and night to anyone with a mobile phone.

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