In 1968, the European leaders began feeling the cracks and started to have doubts. How can we trust that every $35 notes in existence are covered by a physical ounce of gold?
What differentiates a successful company from one that isn’t meant to last? There’s no single answer to this question, as all of the pieces of the puzzle must be in place: high-demand products, impeccable timing, an understanding of the target demographic, enough start-up capital – the list goes on and on.
Just as our tastes mature as we grow older, consumers in North America and worldwide are maturing into food connoisseurs: health-conscious eaters and the norm now, and this movement is having a profound impact on what’s being produced and sold.
There’s an old saying in the business world, which holds true today as much as ever: great companies are created when there’s a need. In the 2020’s, there’s definitely a need for viable alternatives to junk food and wasteful products that consumers don’t want anymore.
Consumers in America, Europe and worldwide have made it crystal clear: low-quality food choices are out of favor because your health is everything – nothing is as important as this. At the same time, people don’t want to sacrifice flavor.
Not many things make me emotional, but I can tell you that when I see people that are willing to do anything and make great sacrifices, in order to pursue their visions and their goals, that get to me and penetrates my psyche!