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According to the Harvard Business Review, there are four states of industry disruption that can be analyzed to predict which industries will encounter radical disruption. The categories include viability, vulnerability, volatility and durability. These categories give insight into an industry’s current position, its weaknesses, and even takes into account historical data.

It is important to note that for some companies, disruption is a threat that leads to the need for change and growth to survive. For others, the disruptors, looking at such a matrix can help spot stagnant or legacy industries that are riddled with inefficiencies, thus creating an opportunity for disruption.

The list in this article represents various companies at the cutting-edge of their respective industries and some of the interesting strategies they are using to create disruption.

  • LS

    Lisa Sicard

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Erik,
    These companies are doing some amazing things. The ones that are in healthcare and petcare really caught my eye. Amazing technology. Not only that but the currencies too amazes me. We have come for far in the past 10 years, prior to that changes like these took 100 years!
    Companies really have to keep up with all the technology today to advance in the future. Thanks for sharing this one with us here.

  • DG

    Dana Gore

    about 1 year ago #

    Thanks for sharing this. Seems things are constantly moving forward. You have to stay one step ahead these days. Even the pet market(s) stand to benefit from advancing technology. Interesting read.

  • CS

    Chery Schmidt

    about 1 year ago #

    Hey Erik! Times are a changing that's for sure huh! By reading this article it is easy to see how disruption can be favorable for change and growth! I was shocked while reading a few of these and will be sure to check a few of them out, especially, nextmarkets, who doesn't want a more profitable way of trading? Great Share.
    Thanks, Chery :))

  • JH

    Joy Healey

    about 1 year ago #

    Hi Erik,

    Some amazing companies there, breaking new ground in industries you might not have expected.

    As a pet-lover I was fascinated by the umbrella approach to pet care. It certainly makes sense.

    Thanks for sharing these exciting companies to watch.

  • HL

    Heys Long

    about 1 year ago #

    The information on this topic is very useful and the type of explanation is very interesting.

  • VD

    Veronika Desai

    about 1 year ago #

    These companies do some unbelievable things. Those in the world of safety and petcare have really caught my eye. Great equipment. It doesn't just confuse me, but the currencies too. In the last 10 years we have come fast, until reforms like these took 100 years! Companies must really keep up with all the technology today in order to make progress in the future. Thank you for sharing this one here with us.

  • LR

    Lorraine Reguly

    about 1 year ago #

    There are a lot of incredible things going on in the world today and these companies are a great representation of this.
    If ideas weren't challenged, changes wouldn't be made.
    It's wonderful to see how these companies are improving the world!

  • RC

    Ravi Chahar

    about 1 year ago #

    Hey Erik,

    I really like how BabelBark is connecting people through its digital platform. I wasn't aware of Monart.art and how intuitive its motive is. Thanks for making me aware of all these companies that are making a big impact.

    Have a great day!