Coworking is not Dead; It’s just been Wrong

PaulAdvocacy, Development23 Comments

Think more regionally and by specialization. 2020 has frequently raised one major question, resoundingly repeated by property investors, office space owners, and coworking facilitators, “Is coworking dead??” No. Consider that it has been addressing and trying to solve the wrong problem. The flaw of co-working was that it is mostly generically applied. It’s usually just deck/office for coworkers. Some places … Read More

The Compact DISC of Building a Successful Team

PaulDevelopment, Education17 Comments

Developed by Harvard psychologist Dr. William Marston in the 1920s, it took decades for an incredibly effective behavioral assessment to find popularity developing high performing teams. DISC, as it’s called, helps everyone understand their preferred work styles so that you might work together better, hire diverse and collaborate additions, and decrease conflict while improving productivity. Before we get to the … Read More

MediaTech is the New FinTech

PaulAdvocacy, Development, Innovation10 Comments

There was a wonderful headline just over 2 years ago, speculating that MediaTech could be the new FinTech. 2020 has shown us a great many thing but the most notable of things in business and innovation might be revealing what happens when the world is finally all online. Indeed, MediaTech is the new FinTech. Paul X. McCarthy, Adjunct Professor, UNSW, … Read More

The Social Music Tech Revolution

jackdiserensAdvocacy, Development6 Comments

The fast-approaching upheaval to the way we socialize around music If you are like me, then you are already overwhelmed by the frequency with which we’ve heard the phrase “nothing will be the same” in the past few weeks. Outside of the obvious health and medical implications to the world, we are seeing Covid-19’s wake impact almost every industry in … Read More

Startup Sequence Initiated

PaulDevelopment5 Comments

Enterprise Stations

We are in an era of ‘prestige television’, with unprecedented choice and quality. So why are so many of us streaming endless reruns of 90s sitcoms? Richard Godwin; The Guardian I introduced my daughter, now 14, to Star Trek when she was 12. It’s now *our show* with her begging to stay up late to watch it with Dad, and … Read More

This Site You’re on has Won a 2019 GDUSA Web Design Award!

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EXCERPT:MediaTech Ventures seeks to drive the transformation of entire industries through an economic framework. We’re doing something completely new, which meant that it can be difficult to explain succinctly. What we’re doing is a shade of venture development, a sprinkling of Blended Capital, a passion on our creative class, and a focus on media innovation. Which means what really? A … Read More

The Inaugural MediaTech Collective

John ZozzaroDevelopment, Education, Innovation, Opportunity12 Comments

Earlier this year, Serenity Gibbons, for Entrepreneur, penned a wonderfully straightforward look at why startups should look to Accelerators.  It was the sub-headline that caught my attention most, “thrive with a little help from your friends.” Comprehensive support A full roster of activities Investor access Accelerated knowledge A gateway to future customers Skills development Risk management A bigger-picture, long-term view … Read More