It is clear that many of the new challenger banks , Fintechs, grow fast and are more complementary with large traditional banks
But a new range of companies enter the playing field, Techfins, that are companies that are primarily tech companies, expanding into finance.
The customer centric approach, that many traditional banks have lost, and where the Fintechs make the difference, has with global players as Amazon, Facebook and Google, a new range of financial service providers, that already play a fundamental role in global commerce.
Will they be amongst the main banks of tomorrow? And what role will the actuial challenger banks play in this new fintech-ecoysystem?
Will VR be able to allow teachers to take students to historic events and any location to be part of history. Or will it go a lot further and open the door to co-creation?
Japan has had many visionary city projects, see this BBC article for example:
What are we doing to avoid possible discrimination?
Madrid joins 'Cities for Housing', an international agreement against speculations and affordable housing, but will Madrid really be able to deliver affordable housing for millions?
What projects do you know where Citizens, Cities and Companies collaborate by creating test-beds and connect with other cities and regions throughout Europe to share experiences, identify best-practices but also co-creating throughout the boarders?
Drones don't just fly, there are drones that float and dive, so they can monitor lakes and oceans as well as be used to rescue people from water.