Customers · ALM

What are some of the industries you think will be disrupted in the next 10-20 years?

A. L. Entrepreneurial

October 16th, 2016

As customers, we often get so comfortable and conditioned with an industry that we assume there is only one way to do things. I know that markets that have stopped innovating for whatever reason are almost always due for a shakeup…

Christoph Ranaweera validate early, pivot and kill fast

October 16th, 2016

in 10 to 20 years - almost all. This is a very long timespan and new technologies which are right now evolving can have major impact on industries and we don't now what technologies will come up in 5 or 10 years.
So even google, Apple, Amazon and so on will be challenged with disruption in this long timespan.

Denis duNann Co Founder at Hempworks Ventures

October 17th, 2016

Without a doubt, Industrial Hemp will be a huge disruptive industry. As of this writing, 26 states recently passed legislation permitting growing Industrial Hemp.  From nutrition to medical to automotive, over 26,000 products have been made with hemp.  Today, we import nearly 100% of our raw hemp from China and Canada.
The new Hemp Industry will attract start-ups with many new technologies similar to the experience we're having in the Marijuana Industry.  Stand me for more info if you're interested.

Dane Madsen Organizational and Operational Strategy Consultant

October 17th, 2016

Anything that has a risk of human error. In FinTech, for  example, the cost of human error is billions per year in corrections and legal expense, not to mention the fact that the machines will make as good if not better decisions than people. Autonomous transportation (of all sorts) will be reality.  Personal transportation has a human cost, but a real issue it the human error.  Freight (both truck and rail) are labored with human error.