This year there’s been some chatter about CREtech reaching market saturation and with that a lot of buyer confusion among decision...
In case anyone needs more validation that the REtech space is in the midst of an exciting period of innovation, then check out who’s hiring – hint, it’s almost everybody. If you’re thinking of career changing into a REtech job, then I got your back. REtech is really competitive for attracting talent, at the time of this writing there [...]Anthony
I call New York home but recently spent a lot of time in the Bay Area meeting with founders and funders. Quite often the conversation transitioned into where is the best place to start a REtech start-up? To most, the obvious place to start a tech company is in the Bay Area or New York. Certainly no one will fault you for founding your company [...]Anthony
I haven’t had an original thought in years; this post was inspired by Breaking Smart. People are resistant to change and once change is adopted, people swear they will never change again. It’s understandable. To adopt new technology is to admit you aren’t any good at something, possibly incompetent, or at least technology can do it better. [...]Anthony