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6 Tech Trends that Will Dominate the New Decade

Peak venture capital funding for tech startups may be slowing down, but that doesn’t mean the end is nigh. Technological innovation will continue to drive the global economy into the next decade. While big data moved to the forefront of tech in the past ten years, the goal of the next ten years will be finding out how to harness, personalize, and connect everyone to this web of information. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, quantum computing, and 5G connectivity are just a few of the tech linchpins that will define global commerce in the future.


5 Industries Destined for Technological Disruption

We’ve heard tales of technological transformation for a while, and those stories are (finally) moving into their next chapters. The International Data Corporation suggests that 60% of global GDP will come from digital organizations by 2022. These players are taking advantage of big data, powerful analytics, artificial intelligence, and other key innovations to drive growth. Check out the industries that are destined for technological disruption.


Make the Leap From Traditional Business Leader to Tech Entrepreneur in 5 (Easy-ish) Steps

In just a few years, half of our predicted global GDP will come from tech-enabled and digitally enhanced business models. With this comes the truth that the next wave of entrepreneurship will bring with it a new playbook for running companies. The good news? The playbook is becoming more accessible to entrepreneurs of all types — especially the ones who know the rules of the game. Even if someone isn't necessarily tech-savvy, he or she can still run a high-growth tech company well. Read the full article here to learn about five actions traditional business leaders can take to move toward tech entrepreneurship.

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8 key differences between startup accelerators and venture builders

Venture capital is a hot asset class for investors, and it keeps getting hotter. There are now more VC funds than there have ever been, and the overall private equity asset class just eclipsed $2 trillion in dry powder. As the supply of capital keeps growing, we also get increasing demands for investable venture deals. So timing couldn't be better for those who are in the business of building startups at scale. But how do you know whether to work with a venture builder or an accelerator? Read the full article here to learn about some key differences between the two.

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