- Author claims our work lives will shift from materialist to 'experientialist'
- In an age of abundance, people demand purpose and pleasure as well as money
- Tech firms experiment with new models that could become global
Going Global showcases entrepreneurs taking their businesses around the world, tackling issues like business strategy, marketing and international logistics
(CNN)Our stuff has turned against us. Abundance rather than scarcity is the new horror of our age, and the more goods we acquire, the less satisfaction they provide. In fact, surplus possessions are increasingly responsible for anxiety, depression and even physical danger.