The adoption of increasingly accessible and affordable technology is accelerating and creating new players in every industry.
How can you build a business within that turmoil that will survive the ever-shifting future?
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Specialisation is misunderstood…— Pavlo Phitidis, Aurik Business Accelerator
This process lends itself to us [South African businesses] boxing above our weight…— Pavlo Phitidis, Aurik Business Accelerator
A business in Cape Town called Aerobotics… They’re not interested in building the drones… Owning the drones, no value in that… it led to them specialising in gathering the data… and turning it into visual intelligence… that business today is selling services in the United States in the farming industry… they chose to specialise early…— Pavlo Phitidis, Aurik Business Accelerator
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