What Do AI Chatbots Mean for Your Consulting Business?

Following Microsoft’s announcement to bring Copilot into Microsoft 365 and Google to bring AI into its Workspace, concern and keen interest for how certain industries will be shaped by AI continues to grow.

Although Bing’s new chatbot, ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, or Microsoft’s Copilot are tools that are disrupting how we do things, they’re not new phenomena – in terms of how they’re changing the course of history. Advancements in technology have always caused upheavals, wiping out thousands of jobs, and creating thousands of others.

We can either fear these tools, cover our head, and fight for our relevance, or we can adapt, ride the wave, and scope out the inevitable new opportunities they’ll provide.

Being dynamic and adaptive is key to surviving not only the AI wave, but any industry changes that require one to pivot. Early-stage consulting companies must stay vigilant on how they can leverage these new tools and best position themselves in the market.

Feras Alhlou

Feras Alhlou

Feras has founded, grown, and sold businesses in Silicon Valley and abroad, scaling them from zero revenue to 7 and 8 figures. In 2019, he sold e-Nor, a digital marketing consulting company, to dentsu (a top-5 global media company). Feras has served as an advisor to 150+ other new startup businesses, and in his current venture, Start Up With Feras, he's on a mission to help entrepreneurs in the consulting and services space start and grow their businesses smarter and stronger.

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