Wells Fargo had its share of scandals much to the joy of their competitors. As the news and PR nightmare dropped its heavy hammer on Wells Fargo, customers flocked to other banks who they believed were more ethical in their treatment of customers. If you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you in New York. What Happened at Wells Fargo? There were a … Continue reading Wells Fargo’s Rebranding and What It Means
FinTech was born out of technology and a long-time frustration by the lack of efficiency in obtaining financing. At some point, people started wondering how they might streamline the process and FinTech was born. While FinTech is not all about online lending, business owners helped the adoption rate dragging it into mainstream acceptance. Continue reading How FinTech Helped Small Business Win
The culture of a company is a powerful thing. Entering a large corporate environment and you understand movement will be slow and unwieldy. Everything will take longer than it should thanks to the red tape and bureaucracy. Talking about a startup environment and it is the wild west. You are empowered to think of solutions and immediately execute. Things are fluid and agile and fast. Many people find it hard to keep up. One is on one side of the spectrum, and one is on the other side of the spectrum. All other styles fall somewhere in between. Continue reading My Kingdom for Some Culture
Once upon a time in the world of today, two men were walking along the beach. One man was older, just past his prime years but still full of vigor and prowess. The other man was younger, full of energy and self-confidence. They approached each other along the beach and turned to see a cave a little off the beach. Something within glittered off the … Continue reading The Men and the Boulder
Social media is a time consuming and complex beast. Different platforms punish you depending on your content and your frequency. Continue reading Banking and Social Media: Oil vs Water?