Top 12 Fastest Growing Industries In The World

Top 12 Fastest Growing Industries In The World


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  1. Hi Sid… Hare Krishna
    Just seen your video… Reasonably nice content…
    By chance i noticed Bhagwan Gita and Shrimad Bhagvatam in your book shelf… Just to inform you that i share the same school of thought you are into when we talk about changing world, business models and practices. Also i believe that we share a same school of thought in spiritual life as well… I am personally a connoisseur of Shrila Prabhupada and his transcripts. Do let me know if have similar Spiritual and dynamic world horizons

    Hare Krishna
    Tarun Kumar Gupta
    New Delhi
    [email protected]
    8130161915

  2. Dear friend, where is the agriculture industry?real estate? commerce and banking? trading? forex? You don't know the industries and their share in GDP. But you know how to create a video with least related content. Anyway, it is useful for many who don't know anything other than simple English LOL!

  3. r u a fool or trying to make others. u told power industry is going to die, again solar is going to be successful, do you know need batteries for solar back up. I just explained a example. you are marketing your self only.

  4. One growing industry you have missed here.. Edtech… people now in these days moving towards online learning and Edtech companies playing a big role

  5. Are you kidding at the start of the video you mentioned that a fluid mindset is required to survive in the market and then you say marshy lake personality isn't preferable

  6. The content is hard.. the directions are infact reliable. However the Ai and digital data management is growing so rapidly that the non millennials like me aged between 35-40 find ourselves in no man's land. I connect to your mind map but need to dig deep as you said.. been a marshy lake all my life.. thanks for the video…

  7. Yes we see the trend… β€œall these are going down”. Yet there will always be lovers of quality and intimacy in all matters, especially continued learning. Loving your youthful exuberance, and also enjoying my hard copy books. I know we can find a balance between tech and humanity.

  8. Thanks a lot for tips and I think that's what people need in order to be relevant in the future. My name is Mpendulo Mdedetyana staying in South Africe also in a process of teaching my self how to code.

  9. This is crap, all those industries he mentioned is already dead, three years back, now its turn for retail banking counter, multiplex, etc..

  10. I'm going to have to disagree with you about libraries. I just got out of a presentation in a busness startup class presented by our local inovation comunity on the type of services offered by today's modern public library, at least in my area. As they are defining themselves, they are the original co-working space and are pivoting into becoming the guides lead people through the maze of data out there and get us to the information we need much more quickly than we could blindly by ourselves. In a world going more and more online, they are becoming the brick and morter than can hold your hand and help us get to that independent future. Hopefully, other libraries in other areas round the world will follow suit

  11. Textile going down??? U mean say ur body will be digitalized ie ull have tattoos, chips on ur body some for ads some for identity.. where u don't need to wear anything else .. it's all publicity…lol… Nice idea right…

  12. Not well researched, it looks like it is copied from some blog. What will people wear if the textile mills stop running? It is true that many textile mills in Mumbai shut down and were converted to malls or office complexes, that was not because Indians stop wearing clothes. There were labor issues and nearly 2,50,000 employees went on strike in 1982. Newspaper publishing is also not a dying industry. If you observe clearly, most of the publishers started making more money from affiliated services. If Newspapers were obsolete, would Jeff Bezos buy Washington Post for 250million USD?

  13. Not well researched, it looks like it is copied from some blog. What will people wear if the textile mills stop running? It is true that many textile mills in Mumbai shut down and were converted to malls or office complexes, that was not because Indians stop wearing clothes. There were labor issues and nearly 2,50,000 employees went on strike in 1982. Newspaper publishing is also not a dying industry. If you observe clearly, most of the publishers started making more money from affiliated services. If Newspapers were obsolete, would Jeff Bezos buy Washington Post for 250million USD?

  14. The only one I find hard to believe is Textile industry – it may get revolutionized with lot of automation, but creative designs for fashion and industrial textiles will always be chosen and guided by human minds and hands. Design tools will get updated, and this can be a growth driver.

  15. Where are your resources?
    How are you coming to these conclusions?
    This is all bad information.
    The only true content was obvious markets that have already went bankrupt

  16. Good documentary, add gas energy business, because now especially Africa fire wood and charcoal for cooking are severe banned,so there are great opportunity in gas energy business.

  17. Hey bro on webinar what you are saying I don't understand please tell me who can Do your webinar when it become a part of yours and please tell me what we have to do by selling course like you are teaching or we have you prepare our own course I don't understand anything on your webinar please Explain

  18. Nice video. I hope this top industry leverage on blockchain so they can get help to problems associated with MSMEs. #Tokoin is the platform

  19. Hi Siddharth, Great video. Though I think you may have included more industries as unstable ones, while I don't think those will die completely but the rules of the game will change drastically to accomodate the current employees with obsolete knowledge/skill set. I think that is what you intended saying about the textile industry as well.

  20. Thanks dude
    I m searching this kind of video for a long and now I got it πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°
    Love u bro
    First video and subscribed

  21. The pursuit of opportunity isn’t just a proverbial horse and carrot for workers and employees. Even those at the very top of the business food chain must be concerned with seizing the day on behalf of their businesses. With an unprecedented amount of competition and a more globalized economy than ever, failing to anticipate, react to and ultimately commandeer the latest industry trends can be devastating.

    Anyways, read the below. This might help.

    https://www.namasteui.com/which-career-fields-should-businesses-be-expanding/



    Regards,

    Sourav Basak

    Namaste UI

  22. some things make sense, but most other things you said are naive and superficially stated. also missed out many many fields of activity in the dying and emerging lists. need to improve. things on MSI do make sense though, but its not something new. Many people with even modest incomes and means even in a country like India had been doing it since a long time.things like renting a part of the house to generate additional income, even taxi/cab drivers in mumbai, after a few years, manage to save money and buy a second car which they rent out on a revenue sharing model, point being those who neither read nor write blogs do understand the significance of multiple streams of income. what you should have mentioned is probably a passive stream of income, i.e generation of assets which make money for you even when you are not working.

    just some of my observations.but overall a thought provoking subject for many of us. a good attempt.

  23. U never mention food in ur green energy ……. U need to.talk about that to encourage those people going into agro business sector

  24. People always need to eat and drink, the hospitality industry is here to stay. Provided the service provider can maintain standards and deliver value for money, then it’s going to be a successful. Also optometrist, dentistry and psychologists will do well. As people get older and live longer they need false teeth and glass. Also in the era of technology age people are losing their social skills, therefore they need psychiatric and psychological care, this applies for both young and old.

  25. good video awesome haven't mentioned anything about the recycling industry, jewellery, I liked your presentation, energetic. interested,t. am a jeweller

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