The metaverse will be an inclusive place for all businesses and individuals, according to what proponents of the new internet system believe. However, it will not solely be a place for gaming and NFTs. The highest impact of the metaverse will be on the services sector, with more and more people offering their services on the web. An early precursor to this can be seen in the present real estate sector, where VR and AR house tours are becoming common. Similarly, we can expect to see a lot of businesses moving to the metaverse to offer their services through an interactive medium. It will not only save time and money for the businesses but also make them more accessible to a wide range of customers. The consultancy sector will be among the first to enter the metaverse, as trends are suggesting now.
PwC Hong Kong, for example, is already engaging with the metaverse platform Sandbox and has reportedly bought plots of land in the Sandbox metaverse. William Gee from PwC Hing Kong says that the company is making a slow entry to the metaverse to keep up with changing demands and landscapes. In the future, PwC will extend its support to those dealing with difficulties in managing digital assets, such as land tokens on the metaverse. Other consultancy firms will soon join the metaverse and start offering similar services. In the future, we can expect a full-blown economy operating exclusively on the metaverse.