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?
Innovation trends such as « dark kitchens » in food delivery business, might seems far away from your market. You might actually not realize how they paint a target on your industry’s back.
Bose is closing most of its brick and mortar shops internationally. Is it a sound move to concentrate on e-commerce? Or is it the symptom of a poor strategic vision?
My 40 min “fireside chat” video on what does “tech for good” means for Europe, at BlendWebLix in Lyon (in French).
We use innovation to say many things, which usually translates in being smart and fast about it. This is a wide-spread fallacy. Let’s understand why…
Apple is playing big on privacy against the other GAFA and right now specially Facebook. This seems to be an obvious move easy to play. But is it really?
After trying not to sell stand-alone training programs for execs for so many years, we must admit that this is more necessary than ever. Let’s discuss what we want to offer and why:
As a major surprise, Microsoft at the end of 2018 turns out to have now a higher market cap than Apple. Although Microsoft doesn’t manage to have the same customer’s reach that Apple commands in B2C, the Redmond firm managed to regain its leadership in B2B… even maybe in parts of the business that you don’t see coming!
Every six months or so, we have another warning that Apple is doomed. Well doomed or not, wiping off $74.6 billion in valuation on a trade day is unprecedented in the history of business. So yes, let’s pause a moment on that.