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Dion Chang (Pic: Carin Smith)
Dion Chang (Pic: Carin Smith)
Carin Smith

Cape Town - It is important for companies to be aware of the disruptions currently at work in the business world in order to shift the way they approach the workplace, trend analyst Dion Chang, founder of Flux Trends, said on Tuesday.

He was the guest speaker at a networking event hosted by the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID).

"There has been a lot of disruption in the business world - especially over the past five years," said Chang. "The biggest threat to companies is to be sidelined by not being aware of changes during this so-called 'time of chaos', where the only pattern seems to be that there is no pattern."

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