Breaking Through Disruption


20-10-2023 • 34分

Being relevant – to the market and to consumers – is paramount for businesses. In today’s rapidly evolving marketplace, companies and individuals alike must keep up with new digital trends if they are to continue meeting consumer expectations. Traditional business models are being pushed to the wayside, and many organizations are struggling to keep pace or, worse yet, resisting change altogether.

How a company responds to these changes and trends will determine its ability to survive or thrive. Even if it has embraced digital transformation, knowing what changes to make, when to make them, and how to manage updated business processes and outcomes is a significant challenge.

For instance, Amazon, Uber and Netflix are classic examples of companies that combine these elements and embody the very face of digital disruption. Both platforms capitalize on new technologies and changing consumer habits, and both have significantly impacted traditional businesses and systems in their respective industries. Their disruptive presence – and rapid rise – forced established and entrenched companies to rethink their tried-and-true models.

In view of these, we've invited once again Mr. Ian Rae, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Wyzepay from United Kingdom as he explains to us the exceptional features of the platform presently disrupting the consumer and B2B payment sector in London as well as its significant relevance to our digital economy.

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