T4G’s Paul Barter speech to the Research Innovation Centre on the changing nature of marketing promotion from paid to owned and earned.
Interesting in Consumer-centric marketing? I’ll be speaking and participating in a panel on April 3. Join me!
When discussing disruptive innovation sometimes it’s easier to start with a story about monkeys. If you’re intrigued click here.
If you missed our Jan 22nd ‘Think Like It’s 2014’ presentation the slides are available for download here. More questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out.
A century ago a computer wasn’t a machine — it was a job title. It referred to people who spent their days doing arithmetic. Then processors were created that took over the role, and society adjusted the word to a new meaning. In today’s rapidly transforming economy it’s important to adjust more quickly. Language is important!
For all of history until about 2011 change was linear. The future looked like the past. Those days are over because change is changing: it’s getting faster even faster. What does this mean for your business?Join us and find out how to compete in a world of exponential growth.
Research Information Centre December breakfast-with-the-experts session will focus on a Technology Forecast for 2014 and feature speakers from T4G Limited and Deloitte & Touche LLP.
This event will introduce you to the most highly anticipated future tech trends and facilitate networking with aspiring start-ups, enterprise companies, service providers and government organizations.
Register here but only if you plan to do business or be employed in 2014.
Much is being made these days of the need for children to put down the tablets, remotes and other tech devices and get outside and play. Medical experts and media pundits are keying on health issues, such as childhood obesity and diabetes, as the key driver for increased play. And they are correct; but there are other important reasons: future jobs and economic growth.
Just as with education, health care, business, and almost everything else, the way we do security is fundamentally changing. Let’s start by acknowledging that, then we can focus on doing a good job balancing security with libe
Before your career or your company is disrupted by aggressive new start-ups or the convergence of dominant players from adjacent industries, you should probably look around the table. Don’t just look for opportunities in your existing industry.