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Digital Transformation

Leading digital change requires managers to have a vision of how to transform their company for a digital world. So, where can you look? What digital activities represent good opportunities for your business?

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How blockchains could change the world

The financial-services industry is up for serious disruption—or transformation, depending on how it approaches this issue. For the research for Blockchain Revolution, we went through and identified eight different things that the industry does:

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2017 Colour of the year is Green

2017 will be the year of Greenery (15-0343 TCX), "a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore, and renew." Too bad half the country is seeing red—and orange.

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Social media is the collective of

Social media is the collective of online communications channels dedicated to community-based input, interaction, content-sharing and collaboration.

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Design Thinking

Design Thinking is a process AND a mindset. But it’s also much more than that. Implemented in daily work, the problem-solving potential of Design Thinking finds its expression in the form of a living innovation culture.

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Customer interactions

We live in the age of mobile applications. There are currently several million apps available. This profusion of choices means it can be difficult for users not only to choose which apps to download, but to manage them all — a phenomenon we call “app fatigue.”

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AI are driving the subscription e-commerce

In recent years, amid a lackluster shopping environment, an unheralded retail phenomenon has taken off quite dramatically — with growth rates exceeding 1,000%. The startups representing this evolving segment are collectively grouped under the label of subscription e-commerce.

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Consider Brutalism as architecture

Consider Brutalism as architecture in the raw, with an emphasis on materials, textures and construction, producing highly expressive forms. Seen in the work of Le Corbusier from the late 1940s with the Unite d’Habitation in Marseilles, the term Brutalism was first used in England by the architectural historian Reyner Banham in 1954.

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120m trimaran concept from Echo Yachts

Echo Yachts have partnered up with Sorgiovanni Design and One2Three Naval Architects on their latest project, a sleek 120-metre trimaran. The trimaran – or ‘stabilised monohull’ – design is a form the yard are comfortable working with.

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letterpress - 404

I’ve always admired the tactile nature of letterpress stationery and was curious about the process that goes into making a letterpress print. It’s a technique that goes back to the very beginnings of printing history and today Emmaline from Coco Press is showing us How Letterpress Printing Works and what it means to her.

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Press-Offset The Grid

In 1450, Johannes Gutenberg entered into an agreement with one Johann Fust, a Mainzer goldsmith and guildsman, to borrow a staggering 800 Rheingulden at 6 percent interest. Gutenberg’s sales pitch must have been convincing, for Fust would later testify that he himself had borrowed money in order to fund the loan.

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A fully electric 718 Porsche

A fully electric Porsche may be nearly as popular as the sporty 911 in the near future. Oliver Blume, Porsche CEO, tells Automobilwoche he expects a big demand for the all-electric Mission E, which was first unveiled in Frankfurt in 2015. How big? Well, how about 20,000?

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Cyber Security Challenges

With recent hacks of organizations ranging from Yahoo! to Wendy’s to the U.S. presidential campaigns, cyber-attacks continue to evolve in their frequency, severity and complexity. While 2016 was marked by several high-profile incidents, 2017 promises to present entirely new challenges that will continue to push organizations to enhance both their front-end preparedness measures and response to live cyber-attacks.

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10 reasons why digital channel strategy?

I find that companies without a digital strategy (and many that do) don't have clear strategic goals for what they want to achieve online in terms of gaining new customers or building deeper relationships with existing ones. And if you don't have goals you likely don't put enough resources to reach the goals and you don't evaluate through analytics whether you're achieving those goals.

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‘The Quantified Self’ Is Changing Marketing

When you are making a difficult decision, you will often find yourself listening to your “gut feelings,” those hardwired heuristics that tell you when something is right. For marketers, tapping into what’s right for consumers is a gold mine.

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New Aston Martin Vs Old

There’s a new Aston Martin DB! It goes to 11! Hilarious. We’re currently having an office debate over whether or not the new DB11 is pretty compared to the DB9, which is ridiculous because it is—just like the DB6 was still pretty when it followed the iconic DB5.

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WIFREDO LAM - ART

Discover the fascinating career of Wifredo Lam, one of the most iconic Cuban artists of the twentieth-century

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Beats By Dre Keeps Tapping

Beats By Dre Keeps Tapping The Hearts Of Global Superstars In Anthemic New Ad, EVP of marketing Jason White talks about getting LeBron James, Serena Williams, Tom Brady, and a laundry list of sports stars all hyped up.

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Top Neuromarketing Trends to Watch in 2017

Comedian Steven Wright deadpanned, "The brain is the smartest organ in the body, but then again, consider the source." Over the past decade, scientists have learned more about the brain than any time in history, finding that more than 95% of brain activity -- our decisions, actions, emotions and behaviors -- are programmed in our subconscious mind.

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Does Your Business Need Transformation Or Evolution?

One of the hot topics for 2016 was “transformation,” be it in marketing, digital, or the core structure of business itself. It created a great deal of debate and soul searching in senior management. It has also generated a great deal of opportunism and, dare I say it, snake oil salesmen.

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Digital Transformation
Blockchain
2017 Colour of the year is Green
Social media is the collective of
Design Thinking
Customer interactions
AI Are Driving the Subscription E-Commerce
Consider Brutalism as architecture
120m trimaran concept from Echo Yachts
letterpress
Press-Offset The Grid
A fully electric 718 Porsche
Cyber Security Challenges
10 reasons why digital channel strategy?
‘The Quantified Self’ Is Changing Marketing
New Aston Martin Vs Old
WIFREDO LAM - ART
Beats By Dre Keeps Tapping
Top Neuromarketing Trends to Watch in 2017
Does Your Business Need Transformation Or Evolution?