Archive for July, 2012

Is Your Business Staying Relevant?

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Today’s world is driven by ever-changing technology.  The rise of these new technologies has given consumers access to more information, and more importantly, access to more of your competition, thus evolving their once predictable behavior.  In my most recent Forbes post, Where Banking Meets Tech: Why Business Must Adapt, Or Else, I discuss that in today’s environment, it is essential to stay relevant. Is your company based on a traditional business model? How often do you re-evaluate it? How will changes in technology change the way you interact with your consumer? In order to survive, companies now need to think like innovators and build adaptable models.


You can read my full post by clicking below. I look forward to hearing about what your business does to stay relevant…

Four Reasons The Housing Market Is On Your Side

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Recently, on Fox Business, I discussed the state of the housing market, which has been under scrutiny over the past few years. The media frenzy surrounding the housing market has left potential buyers in fear of failure in the housing market when, in fact, there are many attractive opportunities available to qualified buyers. In my latest Forbes post, I examine the four reasons the housing market is on the consumer’s side: interest rates, prices, consumer confidence, and supply/demand. You can read the full article at the link below. As always, I look forward to hearing your thoughts.