Tech Intersect #4: Charlie Oliver-Preparing for Web 3.0 Relevance is Mission Critical

In this episode, I welcome Charlie Oliver, the founder and CEO of Tech 2025. Her motto? “Be fearless and unapologetic in the fierce pursuit of your goals and be just as passionate about helping people.” And she doesn’t just talk the talk. She walks the walk. She is leveraging her vast experience in traditional and digital media and strategy, in entertainment, and in law, and certainly in technology to educate entrepreneurs and consumers on the next wave of disruptive, emerging technologies that are expected to drastically change our world in the next decade. She does so through live-events and interactive workshops with industry experts and a podcast. Charlie offers a ton of value and great information in this episode, so listen now and let me know what your “takeaway” is from this episode.

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What is Web 3.0?:

Upcoming Tech2025 Events:

Continuous Learning Opportunities:

“What is the Future of Work?” — the Right Question at the Wrong Time, by Charlie Oliver:

16 Free Online Courses On Emerging Technologies and Global Innovation that Will Prepare You for the Future of Work:

Over 30 million U.S. workers will lose their jobs because of AI:


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