Steven Fisackerly Featured in Article on What Will Likely Be 2021’s Best Companies
Business expert Steven Fisackerly was recently featured in a news article highlighting which types of companies will likely fare the best in 2021. Fisackerly was chosen to contribute to the article as a result of his many years of business management experience.
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The news article draws attention to the specific industries that will likely be most financially viable as the world enters 2021. During the year of 2020, tourism is a key industry that has taken a major financial blow. However, several other industries have been flourishing this year and are expected to be extremely profitable when 2021 rolls around, according to Fisackerly in the article. These include the industries of electronic commerce distribution platforms and cybersecurity.
Large logistics firms, are no doubt making major marks on the distribution platform industry. However, customers should not count smaller companies out in this industry, as plenty of room exists for them, too, according to Fisackerly. The reality is, even small companies can still thrive in today’s distribution, storage, and logistics market. This is what makes this industry—which is now valued at $450 billion—so appealing for 2021.
Cybersecurity is also expected to grow in demand in 2021, as the number of cyberattacks has skyrocketed during the past few years. Many companies currently produce cybersecurity technology and software, but other companies can still get into this space in the market. For instance, people who are interested in cybersecurity can conduct security audits or train the leaders of companies on how to prevent cybersecurity attacks. Industry professionals can also teach business managers how to address any cybersecurity attacks they encounter.
Steven Fisackerly uses the news article to also highlight other essential industries—such as elderly care services and virtual assistant services—that may flourish in the coming months.
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