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CBDCs, Carbon Credits, and the carbon constrained world

The world is so interconnected that the butterfly effect is so prevalent. A color revolution in Kazakhstan knocked out the internet, and ~12 to 16 percent of the BTC Hashrate…

Not on our watch: Addressing security vulnerabilities in the MedTech space

Gartner recently published an eye-popping opinion piece, one that got me thinking about the many issues facing Healthcare Delivery Organizations (HDOs). Sometimes it is easy to…

Improving insurance

Now, more than ever, the entire insurance industry requires leadership from its distributors, as well as that of insurers. The whole nature of how insurance policies are developed…

The climate change reality for businesses

A climate of economic, policy, and market uncertainty has prompted many companies to take a cautious approach towards climate change. Under these circumstances, it's not…

Net zero transition risks to business

As the world embarks on the net-zero transition, businesses face new costs and risks associated with making the switch to a low-carbon or net zero economy. These costs could…

Exploring key HR trends in 2022 and beyond

2021 was a year of adapting human resources practices for the age of technology and remote work. 2022 is set to be the year in which businesses and HR professionals expand the…

Building Southeast Asia’s EV motorbike ecosystem, an interview with ION Mobility’s James Chan [Podcast Q&A]

This article is part of TechNode Global’s partnership with CEO TV, CEO Roundtable Podcast, and Asian Investors Podcast hosted by David Kim, wherein we publish the revised…

Overcoming fraud challenges in the BNPL space

Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) has tremendous appeal for online shoppers, enabling consumers to access goods and services now while paying for them at a future date. In particular,…

How NFTs are boosting the global sports collectibles experience

When NFTs first came on to the scene, skeptics claimed that this was a fad and would lose steam in less than a year. Yet, this explosive industry continues to stump its critics.…

The ego has (crash) landed: Startup founders need to keep their egos in check if they hope to succeed

Most startups fail, and many fail for similar reasons. The money runs out. The company discovers there’s no market for its product. They’re outperformed by the competition. The…