Going into 2023, the Dutch economy is expected to slow down; the OECD is projecting growth of just 1.1%. Inevitably, some sectors will perform better than others. We expect continued demand from financial services and the public sector, for example – though we recognize that a slowdown may also prompt companies across the economy to postpone investment decisions. Rising prices may also put a brake on a consumer spending; inflation is forecast at 4.8% in 2023, due mainly to high energy prices and continued supply chain pressures. We anticipate that current skills shortages will continue in the coming years, as will the increased emphasis, in both government and private sector, on social and environmental issues. We have set clear priorities for 2022/2023, across our five strategic focus areas. As part of this, we will continue to concentrate on our growth drivers – that includes Connected (new window), Powered (new window), Trusted (new window), our Deals and Managed Services business and building on our progress in ESG.