New technologies like automation, robotics and big data will dramatically alter the workplace of the future. Set against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, we are likely to see a number of new roles emerge over the next 12 months.
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.
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.
Steve Byrne, CEO at Travel Counsellors, discusses how investing in technology is critical to long-term survival and future-proofing to produce success.
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.
M Squared is a light technology company that has been recognised for its approach to innovation. We caught up with the founder to find out more.
Furniture that can bounce off walls and levitate is almost impossible to envision. But one company, RockPaperRobot, is making it happen.
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.
Keshav Murugesh, CEO of WNS, discusses how the triggering of Article 50 may exacerbate the UK’s talent shortage by making it more expensive to recruit top staff. Nonetheless, Brexit has potential to help the global economy.
Hailed as a “truly momentous decision” by transport secretary Chris Grayling, the government’s go-ahead of Heathrow’s third runway has delivered a succinct and clear message to global brands and advertisers – that the UK is open for business.