We bring our creative thinking and outside perspective to your table, helping you to capitalize on what you already have while identifying gaps in strategies, communications, and project rollouts. We’ve been assisting companies to find better ways of doing business since 2014, from growing startups to household names.
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The recent increase in value of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have led to continued speculations about its stability, and the extent to which its recent meteoric price increases reflect speculation vs. its role as a transactional currency. In a one month period leading up to this publication, Bitcoin dropped 25% in value then increased 50%. Over the same period, Dogecoin, originally invented as a joke, was caught up in price fluctuations that also impacted stock prices. But over recent years companies have adopted cryptocurrency for uses beyond speculative investment.
The year 2020 will be remembered as a year of massive change for companies and individuals. In this post, we discuss what we as a company learned from the past year and how these lessons can be applied to work moving forward.
Stay at home orders due to COVID-19 have forced humanity to depend on the internet like never before. But for billions of people around the world, partially in developing countries, internet access remains elusive, starving those in need of its resources and opportunities. For those fortunate enough to have access, slow broadband and cybersecurity threats have diminished the promise of the internet. In this insight, Program Director for Van Allen Strategies, Namita Duggal and Business Development Strategist, Jake Hannigan, discuss how the US can improve access to broadband and increase cyber security.
As the world continues to change at a breakneck speed, those who thrive in the 21st century are those who are able quickly adapt to changing and unpredictable circumstances. In this insight, Education Services Manager, Jake Hannigan discusses how community colleges are uniquely suited to be a cornerstone to economic recovery and future workforce development.