Connect with us

Headlines

Venture Capitalist Sees Brick-and-Mortar in E-tailers’ Futures

mm

Published

on

He also expects advances in virtual reality technology.

Rick Yang, a general partner at venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates, shared a few of his predictions for 2016 with CNBC. One of his expectations is that e-commerce companies will continue a trend of opening physical locations, pointing to Warby Parker as one example who could lead the way.

Yang also expects more growth for virtual reality, calling 2016 a “tipping point” for the technology. “Time will tell, of course, but Yang believes real growth in VR will come from adoption of the more lightweight mobile VR headsets like the Samsung Gear VR — which is powered by Oculus — and Google’s Cardboard,” Harriet Taylor of CNBC writes.

Read more at CNBC

Advertisement

SPONSORED VIDEO

Meet the Next Generation of Smart Glasses

Ray-Ban Meta is now available with a full range of lenses, as a complete pair or edged lens. Prescription orders eligible through select insurance providers, including Eyemed and private pay. The Ray-Ban Meta collection combines iconic design with cutting-edge technology. Capture life’s best moments and livestream to Facebook and Instagram with an upgraded 12 MP camera and five-mic system. Stay connected with hands-free calls and messages. Listen to your favorite tracks through built-in speakers. Spark your creativity, get information and control your glasses with your voice – powered by Meta AI. All while keeping your phone in your pocket. For more information, visit here.

Promoted Headlines

Advertisement

Advertisement

Subscribe

INVISIONMAG.COM
BULLETINS

Get the most important news and business ideas for eyecare professionals every weekday from INVISION.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Most Popular