Startups feel like sprints in the beginning, but for any of us who have done this before, we’ve learned that it’s a marathon. We’re judged by our speed when we start — and our endurance when, and if, we finish. When Does “Pacing” Ourselves Start to Matter? Not in the beginning. In the beginning, it’s […]
Does automation mean the death of creativity in agency jobs? It may just be the exact opposite and here’s why.
Data-driven decision making has been the mantra of most good CEOs and CMOs over the better part of the last decade. They want all marketing decisions to be based on solid data, which had previously not been available but is today in high amounts. But, data can be deceiving. It may lead you in one direction, when in fact the right answer may be completely in the opposite direction.
American Express started off originally in express mail) and J.P. Morgan in chemical manufacturing. Why the shift in models?
It’s time for all services organizations to take a future-oriented view of customer experience and relationships, rather than the traditional retrospective view. Services are no longer a simple people-to-people business.
New startups actually have an advantage over mature businesses in anticipating and reacting to the four key decisive customer buying moments.
The Rising Power of Silicon Valley: Is The Fate of Human Kind in The Valley’s Hands?
Everything you need to need to know about the largest global startup funding rounds of Q4 2019; broken down by industry, stage, investors, and more…
In terms of legacy, Kobe made it no secret that his desire was to be remembered for investing and making a difference rather than being a basketball player. In that spirit, we take a look at some of Kobe’s investments.