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.
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.
What 2017 technology trends will take the business world by storm? There are five standout developments to prepare for.
From a standing start to a 200-strong organisation, Trak Global Group has brought innovative technology to the road safety market with great success.
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.
Through her growing female-centric dating service Bumble, Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe has backed gay dating app Chappy, which has been created by Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke.
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.
Taxi apps are becoming increasingly commonplace, but so too are the problems that surround the operational strategies of the businesses.
App-based private jet service JetSmarter claims to have reinvented first class travel with a shared shuttle offering that connects London and Dubai.
While stores or catwalks used to be the only language businesses spoke to reach the consumer, something else is leading the way: a mobile marketing strategy.
Instagram has reached the milestone for 18m users in Britain, which coincides with a ranking of the ten most influential UK brands using the social network.
As a former Grandmaster of Memory, Ed Cooke has used his passion to start a business, Memrise, and joins Founders Diaries to share his experiences.