There's a reason the most courageous moment of the Olympics didn't take place in the arena, but through a refusal to enter the arena.
Let's say you're new to the whole concept of the metaverse. Does that mean running out and demoing a set of virtual reality glasses? Nope.
Why aren't these tools being used everywhere, every day? The answer lies somewhere between privacy and practicality.
A virtual work-from-home environment is great for getting stuff done efficiently, But if creativity is our goal, there's no substitute for being "in the room where it happens."
As we're seeing a dramatic increase in IPOs, the question worth asking is, are IPOs always good for startups? For founders? For customers?
It's worth discussing how recent events have informed and continue to inform a new "manual" for scaled event sponsorships.
I believe that if you abstract the total TV ad market in 2030, it will be $100 billion of CTV and $30+ billion of linear TV.
What's the future of the theatrical movie release and the movie theater?
Can you have a team that's creatively bursting with ideas in a virtual workplace?
How will New York's powerful start-up and innovation economy rebound in the post-COVID environment?