Vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson has swiftly moved away from creating a sole product and branched off into other consumer electrical areas. Perhaps its most “radical” move yet, however, is the promise of an electric car.
Tech and Innovation
Real estate firm Knight Frank has revealed the most expensive tech districts in the world – a list that found Shoreditch is pricier than the likes of San Francisco and New York.
While Twitter’s 280-character limit trial was intended to help people “express themselves” – the result of findings from its own research – companies have already started experimenting with it.
As location is the most accurate indicator of human intent, businesses are recognising that with location technology insights, they can get a picture of their customers’ real world behaviour both now and in future, not just their online behaviour.
It’s a co-working company sweeping the world, but now WeWork is putting its money where its mouth is and handing out millions of pounds through business grants.
On Friday 22 September, Transport for London (TfL) made a statement that, from 30 September, Uber would no longer be welcome in the capital.
Social commerce has been given a new push in the UK, with shoppable video service Smartzer taking its tech to social media.
The idea of robots moving into the workplace is often met with a negative reaction. Hysterical predictions of Matrix-style human subjection or Terminators roaming the land are never far away from the topic.
Uber is proof that not only can the cashless economy aid a business, it shows how popular this invisible payment concept can be, and that adapting to your customers’ needs ultimately prevails.
A cloud phone system management portal can be an asset to business productivity, and help restore work-life balance.
Starting a business means servicing needs that aren’t being met, so Real Business found out why one entrepreneur quit his job to enter such a crowded market – online dating.
When it comes to innovation in FMCG, it’s easy to get trapped in the belief that it’s the big brands who are running the show.