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AMT Tech Trends: Sayonara 2020 Part 1

Episode 40: We’ve made it to the end of 2020! Ben and Steve start by conversing their general observations from the year. Next, they get a bit more serious by discussing the year’s impact on the economy. Benjamin and Stephen wrap up by beginning to talk...
by AMT
Jan 04, 2021

Release date: 25 December 2020

Episode 40: We’ve made it to the end of 2020! Ben and Steve start by conversing their general observations from the year. Next, they get a bit more serious by discussing the year’s impact on the economy. Benjamin and Stephen wrap up by beginning to talk about 2020’s trends in manufacturing technology before realizing they’re going long and need to take this to a second part. Happy holidays!

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