The digital age has brought with it many conveniences. Online shopping, on-demand ride-sharing, virtual payment systems, Internet banking, cloud computing… The list goes on. Such conveniences come at a price, though. Brick and mortar shops risk irrelevance with consumers going for online options, for instance. Even the disrupter itself can be disrupted, like how ride-sharing ﬁrms have been nudging each other out of markets and territories in the race to increase revenue and reduce costs in an ever-increasingly competitive and crowded marketplace.
In this inaugural issue, captains of various industries will share their perspectives on the latest developments and coping mechanisms in this age of digital disruption.