Opinion | It’s compelling story telling that brings a passion project to life
Some of the most painful aspects of life can become core pillars of business strategy
Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz recently published a report on the future of work. One of its key findings is that the gig economy and the “Uber for X" model are partly making way for the passion economy, where micro-entrepreneurs monetize their individuality and creativity. A key reason for the growth of the passion economy is that it offers alternative ways of making money, innovative paths toward professional fulfilment and unprecedented career opportunities for millennials.
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