Data projects have huge business value potential, which we will continue to see in the short, mid and longer term, but how can they be used to derive this value properly?
Tech and Innovation
In our journey to assemble an ultimate gift list for that business owner in your life, we finish with the pièce de résistance – the £1m Titan Zeus TV.
On our latest Black Cab Entrepreneur journey, people person Anna Frankowska told us how she went from party girl to economics graduate to investment banker and back again, returning to merrymaking with Party Hype.
Furniture that can bounce off walls and levitate is almost impossible to envision. But one company, RockPaperRobot, is making it happen.
When it comes to travelling through space, beloved fictional characters always seem to do a minor scene where they catch some z’s in a sleeping pod. Of course, a spacecraft isn’t the only place you’ll find such pods, with Google citing it as a key driver of productivity in the workplace. That’s why we took a look at Podtime.
We hear exclusively why, alongside other services such as Web Services and Marketplace, Pay with Amazon is looking to disrupt the way growing businesses interact with customers.
What is the key to the success of the so-called unicorns? Alex Klose, head of marketing at digital customer engagement specialist IMImobile argues that companies seeking to emulate such success should look to deliver the best customer experience possible whilst questioning the value brought to customers.
What if field service engineers could anticipate service needs before they arise? What if every service visit resulted in a fixed issue the first time around?
What’s the best type of gift for a wealthy music-loving client? A hub, much like the Naim Atom, that plays both analog and digital music.
It may not look like a chair as you know it, but it’s been tested to the extreme. In fact, the LimbIC Intelligent chair has been around various Formula 1 tracks in its testing phase.
Why should the K-3901 Numi make a list for corporate gifts you ask? Because things have a nasty habit of breaking and if you buy one after a client complains about their somehow wrecked toilet, it shows you’ve been listening.
A trip in business class will forever be ruined after you’ve had the pleasure of experiencing the Cobalt Valkyrie-X private plane.