The Fifth Generation Networks (5G) will bring the fourth industrial revolution and change the way things work in most human activities. These industries will be largely affected: In terms of medicine, 5G technology is most often mentioned in the context of virtual diagnostics, but speed and reliability will allow surgeons to perform remote operations using robotic hands, then virtual monitoring of patients, as this speed of the internet allows for instant responses. This will be particularly significant when it comes to emergencies in which time is crucial. On the other hand, as greater numbers of customers turn to e-commerce and home delivery, retail brands must appeal to ever-changing customer behaviors and intense retail competition. Forward-thinking retail brands capture customers by enhancing the customer experience through familiar digital technologies that consumers already value, like augmented reality. Customers expect efficient processes, seamless check-outs and little frustration. It was marketed internationally to malls and retail centers. Product display and offer locations were uploaded to servers and shoppers determined their location and then navigated to their desired products. Google also unveiled its own in-store navigation service for retailers with IKEA, Macy’s, and Bloomingdale’s being pioneers for this project. New year, new business plans, new customers, new products new you! Technology, on the other hand, brings to mind computers and futuristic machines. Tech has had a growing role in the creative world for years, helping artists push boundaries and express their ideas in ways they couldn’t have done before. We are definitely at a point where technology is somewhat ubiquitous in the way we create. Look at how major tech companies are investing in wearable technology like AR glasses. In recent years however, the trend is growing in a way that opens our eyes to it more than ever, as technology allows participants to get more deeply involved. More essentially, it's about knowing where and how to intercept the value chain with technological interventions.