Ads are both a boon and a problem for digital media groups. Today Vox Media launches an alternative business model worth considering.
Although deepfakes might be discussed a lot these days, we might not realize that a deeper level the digital economy is shaped so that we don’t distinguish information from promotion anymore.
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.
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.
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.
Still view mentoring as a nice-to-have HR career dev tool? Take another look and see how mentoring design can serve your strategy.
Samsung announced a tremendous partnership strategy yesterday. It asks the question if hardware manufacturers can survive the platform era?
SoftBank recent fails and the imminent arrival of US tech investors in Europe is getting many tech and business journalists excited. I think we shouldn’t be so enthusiastic and rapidly refocus how we see tech investment in Europe.
Why have these four letters of « tech » been so central to innovation and market growth these last decades and how do we still misinterpret them?