The future is here.
We’re finally in the moment.
It will all come to an end, we’re told.
There’s no way out.
We’re on the edge.
We’ve got to stay there.
We have to stay put.
We’ll make it.
It may not be pretty, but it’s worth the wait.
Opus inc., a subsidiary of the Italian technology giant, is the latest of a string of startups to announce they are launching in 2018, including Uber, Airbnb, Foursquare and more.
The startup world is in a sea of uncertainty, with many of the tech giants struggling to keep up with the pace of change and the influx of new customers.
In 2018, it’s no longer an assumption that all these startups will survive, it is simply an assumption, said James Martin, chief investment officer at Capital Group, a London-based fund.
Martin says the new industry is a bit like the internet, in that it’s going to take some time to adapt to a new environment.
But there’s a lot of room to grow, he said.
“This is a new marketplace and the industry is just beginning to be defined.”
With a new wave of tech companies entering the marketplace, we look at the next step and ask: What’s next?
We want to make sure we’re prepared to invest in the right companies to help them survive.
We want to find the right people.
We want them to succeed, Martin said.
The right people can transform the industry.
The future, for many, is coming.
We know that.
We can all benefit from that.