Futurpreneur Canada recently launched Work is Changing, a national campaign and content hub covering topics like the future of work, technology and automation, economics, innovation and growth and entrepreneurship.
If you’re looking for some light reading this weekend, here’s a quick round-up of some of the latest articles on Work is Changing.
With the recent boom of artificial intelligence technology, public relations professionals have been discussing the future of the industry and how AI will impact their work in the short and long run. A recent blog post by media monitoring platform Meltwater discusses the three main ways PR will change in 2018 and how professionals can take advantage of these trends.
The 2018 Amway Global Entrepreneurship Report is here and the discoveries might surprise you. With an increasing amount of Canadians turning to entrepreneurship, this report looks into the different types of business’ people are thinking of starting and their perception of the growing entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Advancements in AI and automation will quickly change many industries and leave several types of jobs obsolete – even in the world of accounting. The truth is that automating bookkeeping tasks will save many businesses’ time and money so there’s no stopping it. Bob Wang, founder of Legacy Advantage, a small bookkeeping firm tells us how he anticipates this change.
With an increasing amount of stores and app-based services going fully digital with their payment processes, less people are using cash in their everyday lives. An article by the Financial Post sparked the conversation into what would happen if our society became cashless like Sweden.
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Written by: Sara Pivato, Social Media & Content Coordinator, Futurpreneur Canada