'Healthcare Reimagined' examines how broad adoption of mobile computing and advances in artificial intelligence are driving a much-needed revolution in healthcare - a vast sector which is archaic, capital intensive and, in many ways, broken.
At Mangrove, we believe digital health represents one of the very largest opportunities for value creation. But we won't be betting on clinicians to transform the sector. History has shown that industries are not reinvented by incumbents. Just like any other industry, healthcare is best revolutionized from the outside and not from within.
Mobile computing will unlock the cheapest and most efficient healthcare and make it available to billions of people via their smartphones.
Healthcare is now moving from a structure that treats sick people to one which, through AI, is predicting and preventing illness and disease.
Big Pharma is showing significant interest in digital therapeutics (DTx) - clinically-proven software-based interventions which make treatment far more accessible for patients.
'Voice: Welcoming the next generation of disruptors' examines the rise of voice-first tech.
Amid booming sales of smart speakers, investment in voice startups is now accelerating. At Mangrove we believe voice will be one of the defining themes of the next decade...
Voice represents both a platform and user interface (UI) shift comparable to the web and smartphones - it will spawn a new generation of disruptors in every category.
By making humans smarter and more effective, voice-based SaaS (software-as-a-service) offerings look set to become the most valuable generation of business software yet.
You will never be alone: together with AI, voice will radically change the relationship between human and machine.
'Silver Tech: Emerging Opportunities in the Third Age Economy' examines the rise of the third age economy.
Instead of continuing its obsession with engagement among teens, the technology sector would be wise to wake up to the rise of the young silvers.
The number of elderly is set to rise sharply over the next 30 year and they are rapidly becoming the most important driver of consumption
Whilst smartphone and social media penetration is peaking, this demographic feels misunderstood and underserved
But beware: the young silvers have their own particular needs and are sophisticated consumers...
'Tokenisation: Implications for the venture capital industry' examines the potential of tokenisation and explains why ICOs could radically change how private companies raise capital.
It also provides an analysis of how this funding mechanism is being used today, explores how ICOs could impact the venture capital operating model and examines the likely shape of a supporting regulatory framework.
Many ICO projects are serious, and deserve consideration
As the mechanism develops, VCs need to change their thinking
With regulatory acceptance, an ICO will be a very normal method of raising capital