5 Ways Brick-And-Mortar Businesses Can Compete in the Digital Age
One year ago - By The Huffington Post
With disrupters Amazon, Airbnb and Uber changing the way we shop, vacation and get around, competing in the digital age can be a fairly daunting prospect-especially for brick-and-mortar companies.
In what the World Economic Forum dubs the 'fourth industrial revolution,' traditional roles and industries are being shaken up around the globe, from San Francisco to Singapore. Online shopping portals are extending their tentacles further and further into all aspects of consumers' lives. So it's hardly surprising that many main street sellers are struggling to compete.
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