Shared Mobility in the Post-Pandemic World

Owing to the inadequacy of the public transport infrastructure, and the demand-supply gap, the shared mobility seems to be on a great ride of its own, poised to experience 5X growth in a few years.

#3 Delivery Delight Index

This third edition of Delivery Delight Index has unveiled how digitally native brands are providing a superlative delivery experience on the back of third-party logistics players.

Is the era of live commerce set to begin?

India’s telemedicine market is currently ~INR 7K Cr. The segment is now seeing more traction as people are adopting it faster as they are reluctant to risk and physically visit a doctor.

3PL looks at 10X growth

The hyperlocal growing much faster 3PL volume in hyperlocal to become 10 times of its current size

Education & Technology | What lies ahead?

A paltry of 15-20% of the schools had working computers, before the pandemic. As the above chart shows, majority of the schools in India are Government-run which caters to most number of students across the country, but merely around 250K of these schools had computers in working condition, while the private schools comparatively fared better.

Healthcare at Home?

Lifestyle diseases contribute to about 50% of expenditure on in-patient beds in urban India and also require frequent hospital visits creating hassle for patients.

eHealth – All set for recovery post the COVID hurdle

Moving forward, the sector is expected to bounce back and grow at ~70% CAGR to reach $2 Bn GMV by FY 21. eConsultation is expected to grow at a lightening pace, while eDiagnostics will see a decline compared to FY 20.

Indian Mobile Payments: 5x growth by 2025

In Post COVID scenario, Mobile payments will lead to an additional INR 12 Tn of digital payments by value as consumers get more inclined towards digital payments driven by contactless push to avoid the risk of virus.

Online Higher Education & Lifelong Learning – 10x growth potential – a ~$5Bn opportunity

The gross enrolment ratio (GER) for higher education is a measure of the number of schoolchildren who go on to become undergraduates (UG), postgraduates (PG), or diploma holders. India currently has a GER of 26% for tertiary or college-going students, far behind USA (~86%), Russia (~82%), and China (50%). The NEP 2020 stated its ambition to achieve GER of 50% by 2035.

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Getting to precovid levels with ” New Normals “

While July turned to be a decent month for the OTT Audio space, which witnessed a recovery. For the OTT Video and Shortform sector, it was a month were new normals were established in the post covid world.

COVID charm on eGrocery models, including JioMart

With presence across 200 cities in India, most of which have limited or no eGrocery penetration, JioMart is set to onboard 2 Mn households by the end of this year year. Consumer trust towards Jio in Tier 2+ cities, will hold the key to drive this adoption. Driven by this and the new 5.5 Mn households to be added by other eGrocery models, the eGrocery market will be able to reach a total of ~12 Mn households in 2020.