The emergence of social media, dating back to the early 2000s, is revolutionary on so many levels. It is constantly…
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, I have been busier than ever, talking with C-suite executives from Fortune 500 companies to small start-ups and mom-and-pop shops, all with the same question: What do we do now?
This growing lack of trust can have serious consequences as we try to reverse the economic meltdown as a result of the global pandemic and bring about positive change and growth.
Recently, I met with the top executives of a Fortune 100 company. During traditional times, you can probably imagine that being an executive of such a sizeable company does not allow you much free time during the day.
In a previous blog, I discussed Anticipatory Leaders using accelerated Hard Trends as we transition from a global shutdown. COVID-19 is still prevalent while people are returning to their offices or to physical businesses such as restaurants, gyms and hair salons. We are only scratching the surface of how one can utilize accelerated Hard Trends in technology to increase trust as customers return to physical locations of businesses around the world.
Despite COVID-19, China is well on its way in achieving this goal in 2020 as the pace of 5G base station construction will rapidly speed up. #5G #China #ChinaTelecom #ChinaUnicom
Prior to 2020, one would’ve never imagined Ford collaborating with 3M, GE Healthcare, and the medical industry in general, but now they have.
When one thinks of a battle, it is a display of physical prowess, such as a UFC fight or a boxing match.
All this progress was only possible because of a strong foundation of digital connectivity. #GoogleForIndia #Google #India #Gpay