Many aspects of our everyday lives today were nonexistent just a few decades ago. Home computers weren’t common until the ’80s, the first smartphone became available in the ’90s, the first smartphone with internet became available in the 2000s and the first iPhone was released in 2007.
From online shopping to social media and online advertising — we now have the world at our fingertips, with more and more Americans spending time online.
This digital revolution has powered the digital economy, resulting in increased innovations, productivity and efficiencies; lower costs; new products, services and markets.
The technological innovations that emerged from this revolution have created many new opportunities for people nationwide. Personally, these advancements have enabled me to become a small-business owner. In the past, establishing a small business…