We all talk about change and the need to embrace it rather than fear it. Digital change has touched each and every aspect of businesses and organisations of all sizes. But despite digital transformation dominating the business agenda, few seem to really understand what it is, let alone implement a coherent digital transformation strategy. But […]
Compared to their larger competitors, start-ups have relatively simple day-to-day operations – they have fewer employees, usually one location and a simple business model. Naturally as a company expands and grows from micro to small, its business operations become more complex which could result in the company becoming less efficient and subsequently less profitable.
Currently second in medal standing only behind the US, Team GB is proving a world-leader in sport, as well as innovation. Whether it’s cycling, rowing, boxing or swimming, new and emerging technologies deployed in training practices are producing gold medal results, sending the nation an important reminder that we can still compete with the […]
Mobile is fast-becoming the dominant marketing channel for companies across the vast majority of industries. This is largely because mobile adoption can offer businesses, and particularly marketers, who are keen to reach out to potential new customers, with simplicity, speed, and scale. However, these companies should consider the fact that while nearly everyone has a […]
In a world that is fast producing new technologies every year, it’s interesting to read what technologies are reported to being on the decline. For example last month, a study from comScore has shown that desktop browsing is fast becoming a thing of the past. In the article, from April 2016, it was stated that […]
Ford is attempting to embrace new technology to bring autonomous cars to the mass market. It’s heady stuff. But there is an important aspect to how Ford is applying its strategy. It is embracing start-ups and small tech firms.
UK small businesses are missing out on more than £8.8bn annually by not accepting credit and debit card payments, despite this being the preferred way to pay for 70% of shoppers. This is a £1.8bn rise from 2014 figures.
Popular online messaging services such as Whatsapp and Skype face tight regulation as the European Union are expected to enforce a crackdown on data privacy.
As university leavers across the country prepare to leave the security of full-time education and enter the world of work, female graduates could well be at an advantage when it comes to accessing the digital industries.
Brain interface, virtual reality and exoskeletons combine to help paraplegics walk again.
Bootstrapping your own startup is not easy – it takes time, motivation and the support from people who are close to you. Some days you’ll be on the top of the world, whilst other days you may wonder why you’re doing this… It’s an emotional rollercoaster.