I have been doing a lot of work on the future of digital economy for various multinationals these last months. Part of the work is to map the key driving forces that are shaping the future of the markets. It’s not about checking the latest technologies hype, because it’s essentially irrelevant and doesn’t really produce […]
I’m in Vietnam right now and don’t have a lot of time to share my thoughts and a thorough analysis. I just want to pin that down for further reference: China has spent nearly two decades building a digital wall between itself and the rest of the world, a one-way barrier designed to keep out […]
Eugene WEI wrote a reference article on social network business as « Status as a Service ». This is an important read. Here’s why:
For the last ten years I’ve been in China at least once a year. As such, there is no way I consider myself an expert with deep understanding of this market. No, what I have now is a long string of snapshots, flowing together in an accelerated vision of how this market is evolving.
For this first in the series of interviews of Transformation Leaders, I interviewed, at Airbus’ Leadership University, Laurent Fradin, Digital Transformation Leader, from the newly created Digital Transformation Office at Airbus. “[We got the] digital wave in our face… [let’s] surf the wave… He calls himself a “communication guy” and has been a digital pioneer […]
This is a discussion replaying my last keynote about digital markets in Europe, why ‘digital is over’, and why Europe still has many options to leapfrog the US and (maybe) fend of China as much as possible.
Tomorrow I’ll be giving a keynote on why digital is “over” and what does it mean both for incumbents and the next wave of businesses in Europe. It will be in Toulouse and in French. I’m still fluent for now, so that should be ok ; ) You can already find the slides here: But most […]
I was offering in a previous article that like electricity, digital is over. That extends to your point of sales: the store is not going to be more digital.
Many companies are still investing a lot of time and money to play catch up and embark in the digital revolution. The only problem is that in 2018 digital is over. Digital is like electricity. It’s always on, pervasive, low cost and no one brags about being an electric business anymore.
I’m giving a 2 days course on the business models of digital markets, for the Master students in Digital Marketing of the International University of Monaco. As a preview, this are the slides for tomorrow session:
J’ai découvert ce week-end cette présentation de l’agence Nurun, qui parle du revival du code-barre. L’idée n’est pas très nouvelle, mais elle me semble de plus en plus transformable en un service réel. Il s’agit d’utiliser nos terminaux mobiles (je ne parle plus de téléphones à ce stade) comme un point d’entrée direct pour que […]
If you follow me, you know I was in Lyon (France) last month to be the master of ceremony at BlendWebMix. During two days, the idea of “Tech for Good” was discussed and debated by tech people, designers and businesses. With the strategic help of the organizing team I managed to escape the main venue […]