"Omnichannel" has been a buzzword in marketing circles for the past few years. As consumers are increasingly connected to multiple screens, seamlessly engaging with retailers across online and physical channels has been progressively challenging. Yet, amidst these challenges for brands, consumers' expectations are heightening.
In this booming era of the startup, it can be equal parts inspiring and intimidating for anyone who wants to start their own business. Not everyone has a mentor in their back pocket who can help guide their process or even get them on the road to entrepreneurship. If you are considering starting your own business but don't have a clue about how, this article is for you!
More and more young people are starting companies. Crucially, they're starting them when they're younger. The average age of first-time entrepreneurs is 27, which is much lower than the 35 for the Baby Boomer generation. Younger people have their own set of challenges to deal with. And no challenge is bigger than keeping your startup on track.
With the exception of the voters of our country, everything seems to be getting smarter these days. Phones, televisions, security systems, music players, gaming consoles and even entire houses. All that was really left was staring at a smart mirror that gave you weather updates as you watched yourself shaving.