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Women and the Green

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What do you ponder when you. think about golf? Most people picture a group of wealthy businessmen exchanging murmurs on the green and talking shop. When I play golf it’s a different scene. Four women, crushing drives, laughing, drinking seltzers, and listening to music. The golf stereotype is the epidemy of the relentless drive towards […]

Bucking the Status Quo

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Somewhere around 100AD a Roman named Tacitus said, “If you would know who controls you see who you may not criticize.” For thousands of years, “citizens” of the world have been brought up with the following messages deeply programmed into our minds: Truth comes from authority. Taxes are not extortion, it’s a social contract. Intellectual […]

Transformational Healthcare: Reversing the Effects of a Broken System and Ill Health

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Healthcare used to be a rather simple transaction between a physician and his patient. However, with knowledge and technological advancements and the commoditization of healthcare, third parties soon realized the extraordinary amount of profit that could be made by interrupting this relationship, and shoe-horned between physicians and their patients to develop a better business model.  […]

Compliance – Not Technology – Crowns FinTech Champions

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Technology advances have simplified the process to offer digital services through embedded finance. Any company can choose to pivot or complement its core business to become a FinTech, but succeeding takes more than technology alone, writes Vlad Lounegov, CEO of Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) provider, Mbanq. The Rise of FinTech The march of human progress is visible […]

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