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Camilo Doumat and Omar Wala: How digital migration is changing the world. Sponsored Content

Camilo Doumat is a notable name within the world of e-commerce, having used his success within the digital marketplace to enlighten and educate countless others.

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Courtesy of Camilo Doumat & Omar Wala

As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world, closing the physical doors of shops, restaurants, and numerous businesses, a global exodus started to take place, with everything essential in the modern world shifting to the online medium. Camilo Doumat and Omar Wala are two leading entrepreneurs who understand the power and potential of digitalization. Here, Doumat and Wala explore the effects of digital migration and how it is changing the world as we know it.

Camilo Doumat is a notable name within the world of e-commerce, having used his success within the digital marketplace to enlighten and educate countless others. Venezuela-born Doumat always had a keen understanding of the power of online commerce. He shares that the evolution of life moving online is not unexpected to him. On the other hand, Omar Wala is part of a real estate dynasty, and he has carried his family’s New York housing development empire into the 21st century. As New York’s largest minority urban housing developer, Omar Wala has made it his mission to enrich the surrounding community through scholarships and outreach programs.

Camilo Doumat shares that the current rise of digital migration will not be surprising to those who have witnessed the steady relocation of services and necessitates online. “The digital marketplace has seen not just growth but a revolution of sorts in recent years, readying it to alter the world as a whole. Those creating and earning online could see this revolution building for a while,” explains Doumat. Omar Wala agrees with this insight and shares that this growth is both monumental and irreversible. He adds, “The digital migration of services as well as our daily lives into the online space is a one-way journey. From here on, I believe we will see every aspect of society becoming more streamlined and tailored to the digital experience.”

Camilo Doumat further shares that the way in which digital migration is truly changing the world is through people’s expectations. He expands on this by explaining, “As a society, we expect to achieve almost every daily task online today–from paying our taxes to buying our food. Our expectations of what the digital space can do will only grow, which will subsequently lead to even more sectors migrating to the online medium.”

Camilo Doumat and Omar Wala both agree that the events of the pandemic have made the need for digital migration essential and that the rise in its demand looks set to continue changing the world and streamlining the human experience.

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