Who said apps were dead? In 2017 we’ll see the rise of virtual assistants and increased consolidation of different apps into single platforms, all courtesy of our ever increasing user expectations.
Since the time it was appointed official timekeeper for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Epson garnered numerous achievements in large part due to innovative thinking – from creating the first analog quartz watch to being part of the STS-95 space shuttle mission – and we wondered how it used said innovation to drive business. So we asked.
Having won the accolade of Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company (Turnover up to £10m) at the Amazon Growing Business Awards, we heard how Hotcha has scaled in the fractured Chinese takeaway industry.
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From Facebook’s launch of enterprise chatbots on its Messenger app, to Google and Amazon introducing virtual assistants into the home, 2016 has given rise to the battle of the bots.
This year more people were struck down with Norovirus over the Christmas season than in any of the past five years, according to figures from Public Health England.
With 2017 set to be a busy year in terms of employment law – key changes include the introduction of mandatory gender pay gap reporting, the apprenticeship levy and the potential triggering of Brexit – we discuss some of the changes.
The Royal Albert Hall has made a Grand Tier Box available for purchase for the first time in almost ten years, which has been described as a sound alternative investment.
In the run up to this year’s Davos gathering of the great and the something or other, the founder of the World Economic Forum, professor Klaus Schwab, issued an extraordinary one pager in the 11 January edition of the Financial Times.
With various online cyber security attacks experienced across last year, these are the near future predictions to be aware of for your business.
The entertaining of clients might have developed a bad rep, but Simon Whitehead believes it important enough to make a key business resolution for 2017.
With consumers ever more cautious with their spending, companies need to follow suit and ensure any used retail technology will prove its return on investment and show it can directly encourage spend during turbulent times.
Seemingly, mobile payments service iZettle has started off 2017 as it means to go on, raising a €60m investment alongside the appointment of a new CFO.