What Will Work Be Like In 2020?

I recently caught up with Ryan Patel, VP of Global Real Estate & Business Development at Pinkberry, one of the world’s fastest-growing retail brands. An expert in growing both domestic and international brands, Ryan shared his thoughts about learning and the future of work. Check out the interview below.

Alex Khurgin: So what do you do at Pinkberry?

Patel

Ryan Patel: I oversee the real estate and business development teams, plus construction, legal, etc.I got recruited four years ago and started with about 95 stores in a few countries. We now have over 260 stores in 23 countries.

What trends are you observing that will have the biggest impact on the future of the workforce?

I think you see a few trends. A lot of companies of different sizes are getting rid of offices and doing hoteling, creating an atmosphere where you sit down with your team. Another thing: the word ‘entrepreneur’ has become a part of everybody’s vocabulary. You may not have an idea to start a business, but that doesn’t mean you’re not an entrepreneur.

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