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The Future of In-store Shopping Experience – The Blurring Line between Physical/Virtual

The Future of In-store Shopping Experience – The Blurring Line between Physical/Virtual

Will be the future of in-store shopping experience dominated by the eCommerce giant Amazon? Will it eventually replace brick and mortar? The question has been asked over and over again. So this time, let’s rephrase the question – Can you imagine, one morning, finding a new Amazon Kindle that you have not ordered on your ...

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Social Media in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Part 2 / Less Tavor, More Tumblr. Or, Think Outside the (Pill) Box.

Social Media in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Part 2 / Less Tavor, More Tumblr. Or, Think Outside the (Pill) Box.

I was having a “Sunday Roast Social Media Conversation” the other day, trying to explain to a friend my views on the beauty of medicine, and the importance of aesthetics in life; he said “a pill is a pill, mate”, to which I replied “Ceci n’est pas une pill”, paraphrasing René Magritte’s The Treachery of ...

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Burberry, the £4.95 billion business that doesn’t know how to take interesting pictures of London

Burberry, the £4.95 billion business that doesn’t know how to take interesting pictures of London

Back in the 1980s, people used to visit exotic places and take a gazillion pictures with big black squared point-and-shoot cameras, then come back home, invite people over, give them crackers, salty biscuits and pistachios, show them the gazillion pictures, and bore them to death. Here’s me riding a camel. Here’s Jen posing in front ...

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