The emergence of Internet of Things technology is driving the development of smart cities in many booming metropolitan areas around the world. The visions that planners have for these cities are bold—from autonomous buses and free Wi-Fi throughout Barcelona to LED streetlights in Los Angeles that have sensors to monitor their conditions.
The best part? Tangible benefits are all falling into place, like security, savings and sustainability, as well as attracting residents and businesses that want to capitalize on lower operating costs and position themselves at the forefront of the smart city revolution.
Technology has multiple functions and can be used in so many ways. No matter what it is that you do or need assistance with, it is likely that there’s some form of technology out there that can help you get it done efficiently and much quicker. Every year, we witness tons of technology making impressionable strides and transforming the way that we operate in our daily lives and businesses. This can especially be said in the world of finance with the emergence of FinTech. This article is going to look at a few ways that you can use technology to invest.
by Mats Stigzelius, Guest Contributor
If we consider influencer marketing to be the party that everyone wants to be seen at, I guess it was only a matter of time before the gatecrashers arrived.
It doesn’t take a genius to have noticed the meteoric rise of influencer marketing over the last few years. Stars like Zoella, Logan Paul and Joe Wicks are now household names, propelled out of social media into newspapers, glossy magazines and television. And it didn’t take long before brands and these social media celebrities found a mutual benefit in working together.
I spent years as a satchel carrying, book hauling, study jock at a famed business school in the Cape Peninsula, South Africa. Which is why I felt so confident when it came to launching my own business.
I realized quickly business school was not as thorough as it seemed to be.
It’s very gratifying to discover authors, via online networking, that write books you actually want to read, as if they had you in mind all along.
Earl Javorsky is one such like-minded author in my social media sphere. I feel a creative kinship with his literary perspective, since we view our common world through a similarly skewed prism. He makes poetry out of pulp, and magic out of the mundane.