For the last 20 years, brands have followed consumers around the internet, surfacing spammy retargeting ads for products they already have. This kind of “personalisation” has been driven by a use of browser cookies and mobile IDs – and needs to end. Instead, all hail permission-based marketing.
Online gambling – an unstoppable vice or a natural human urge for risk? Whatever your opinion on it, making bets is certainly big business.
The Amazon Academy event series is returning to help SME owners raise their digital skills game. If you’re looking into exporting and ecommerce, this free event is for you.
Amazon’s Graeme Smith explains why the innovation culture in Scotland makes Edinburgh one of the best cities in the world to target the digital economy.
As the end of his first year in office approaches, Sadiq Khan has unveiled the role he thinks is key to better utilising London’s technology prowess.
While San Francisco rightly attracts attention for its role in cultivating fast-growing businesses, Oakland is building a community of entrepreneurs happy to be out of the limelight.
Tech Nation’s 2017 report was showcased through a UK tour beginning in Newcastle Upon Tyne. It was at this event Deb McGargle, tech influencer in the UK and US, claimed Boston leaders were coming to Britain to take note from systems and innovations, pegging the nation as an industry influencer.
If you’re bringing a technology-based product to market, then you could be at risk of falling in love with your product – to a dangerous extent.
We don’t have enough fingers to count the times we’ve experienced one of those stressful, need-coffee-now days. No biggie, work is hard and employees should except that, right? Wrong, staff wellbeing needs your attention asap.
The Football Premier League hit the headlines recently, not for sporting reasons, but due to a legal first – the obtaining of an injunction requiring the likes of BT and Virgin to block access to servers used to provide live streams of Premier League football matches to UK consumers.
Finance teams are often seen as behind the times and stuck in the 80’s – especially when it comes to using technology to drive meaningful change. But why hasn’t financial transformation happened yet?
By the end of this year over 50 per cent of UK businesses will be implementing flexible working. That’s nearly 3m companies embracing the concept of remote employees, making office desks as we know them, obsolete.