Trends in Consumer Electronics
Learn how to move with the agility of a startup and the confidence of a Fortune 500.
According to Statista, there are more than three billion smartphone users worldwide. Personal computers are no longer a luxury but a staple in most homes. And the technology on shelves today is “smart,” meaning it connects to the internet with the touch of a button and stores data in the cloud. But before these disruptive innovations in consumer technology became mainstream, they were merely ideas. Being a disruptor of any industry takes a little bit of luck, sure. This is especially true in consumer electronics, an industry that that is home to some of the most innovative companies in the world. But disruption also requires leadership, steadfast determination rooted in sound process, and most of all, speed to market.