InfraTech encompasses the fields of both ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ infrastructure. Traditionally, we thought of infrastructure as roads, bridges, airports, power stations - i.e. physical things that are the underpinnings of a modern society. By contrast, ‘soft’ infrastructure includes education, healthcare and transportation.
How is the adoption of new technology in developing countries being used to leapfrog over prior ways of delivery services? This is at the heart of DigDec, a shortening of Digital Decolonization. Colonized by whom? By large multinational companies that dominate an industry or range of industries. One example is seen in countries that go directly to cell phones and never adopt a network of telephone lines.
Multinational companies and local companies are vying for market share as new technologies are developed and adopted. Listen to this brief intro to learn more about the factors that determine what companies will thrive over time. To learn more about the concept and implementation of DigDec, i.e. Digital Decolonization visit Prince Street Capital Partners.
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