Singularity makes its predications for the future of our Digital Economy in 2025
Authors: Matthew C. Le Merle and Alison Davis
“The world is transitioning from the Industrial Era that we have grown up in, into the Fifth Era of digital and biotechnology disruption and change. Most people are not sure how to participate,” says Matthew C Le Merle, a Silicon Valley insider, Managing Partner of Keiretsu Capital, an affiliate of the US-headquartered global angel investor network Keiretsu Forum. Matthew and another Silicon Valley insider Alison Davis in their book Build your fortune in the Fifth Era: How to prosper in an age of unprecedented innovation, say the wealth being built in the transition to the Fifth Era is being captured in the early stages of business formation. Entrepreneurs are changing the world and angels perch on their shoulders.
"The world is shifting into a new fifth era phase of this digital, globally connected economy." Sunday Times, 5/14/17. Investors, authors and Bay Area Leaders Alison Davis and Matthew Le Merle share their insights with Danny Fortson. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/silicon-valleys-british-angels-miss-their-yorkshire-pudding-mdp8kfr65
In their new book, Build Your Fortune in the Fifth Era, Silicon Valley insiders Matthew C. Le Merle and Alison Davis reveal invaluable insights on how to participate and prosper in the Fifth Era – this coming age of unprecedented innovation and change. The book achieved international Best Seller status on Amazon.com on its online launch date of April 25.
SIngularity Blog webinar with Matthew on disruption, the Fifth Era, investing strategies and other topics.
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