How does an idea of creating a new kind of innovation hub for the Fourth Industrial Revolution become reality?

Follow my journey from initial idea in early 2019 through to opening during winter 2020

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    I do not know if it’s just me or if perhaps everyone else encountering problems with your
    blog. It looks like some of the written text in your content are running
    off the screen. Can someone else please comment and let me know if this is happening to them
    as well? This might be a issue with my web browser because I’ve had this happen previously.


    1. Thanks for message Kudos, there has been a lot of visitors over last few days and no other comment. This said, WordPress have seemed to made some changes to the editor, which has become unstable since December. So maybe issue there. The layout is preset so unlikely a font issue but will check later when on a laptop. Let me know if any improvements. Thanks for letting me know, John M

    1. Thanks for your comment Terje.

      In answer to your question; collectively.

      Habit change is already underway, particularly among younger generations. Engagement around gender and race is the most noticeable. Other areas, like the environment and respect, are also improving. These blog posts document the journey to creating Fourth Portal so others can pick off the bits that might be useful for their business. Fourth Portal will eventually provide hybrid real-life local spaces and globally accessible virtual spaces for people to come together collectively to discuss new ideas and to create a new generation of businesses. JM

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