Entrepreneurship

Magical sparkling fairies and live Dave Matthews type music greet my eyes and ears as I enter a Business Relationship Wonderland in Hollywood, California Loews Hotel. The venue is filled with elite global innovators and game changers.

If you’re a sleep deprived entrepreneur, who has tried every sleep hack in the book, you may want to consider turning to technology to aid you. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), insufficient sleep is becoming a public health dilemma.

It’s no secret that entrepreneurs are busy all the time–between juggling a business, dealing with employees, and maintaining a social life, it can be next to impossible to get in your eight hours of shut-eye per night.

The technology industry moves fast — so fast that it has a model called Moore’s Law that projects how technological power essentially doubles every year. However, if you look at traditional industries such as real estate, accounting, and insurance, innovation tends to come much slower, particularly when it comes to implementing new technology or adopting major shifts.

If you’re going to spend a good amount of money on a gift for someone, you want it to be something special, something thoughtful, something they can look back on in a few years time and be reminded of the wonderful person you are.

The business world is craving their own version of Tinder, an easy way to find ideal corporate-mates and make long-lasting relationships. Wouldn’t life be so much easier if you could just swipe right and get a new business partner?

What if you could spend that extra hour in the car reading up on news, catching a movie or getting your work day started early?

The days of giving people practical, useful gifts they might really need are over. Most of us over here in the western world of commerce buy everything we need and want for ourselves, so gift-givers need to start getting creative with their presents.

Achieving a good brand for your company is everything. If it’s bad, everyone will remember it for the wrong reasons and if it’s good, they’ll remember it for the right ones.

Large businesses aren’t having it easy in the modern era. With technological change overturning the economy, big business needs to shake up its M.O. or it will be in for a rough day of reckoning.