New technologies are opening different doors for retailers and entrepreneurs are full of interesting ideas. According to GEM national report , more than 100 million startups are launched every year, which is about 3 startup per second. Who should we keep an eye on in 2019? These are the fastest growing and most promising startups ...
The surge of tech startups (with their eyes keenly set on this desperate market) has come up with alternative ways of turning a night owl into a morning person. So here’s a small selection of some potentially life-changing smart alarm clocks.
The recent forecast says that the wearable market will reach 7.1 million units just in Western Europe. The numbers appear less significant compared to the sales of smartphones. Yet, the statistics indicate the growing trend ahead as more and more people are showing interests in spending on wearables (via The Verge). Despite the average price increase, the sales are skyrocketing and demand is obviously swelling.
Learning a new language has never been this accessible thanks to a myriad of digital learning platforms available out there. From CNN’s business English to RosettaStones, the number and profile of players in the market have also expanded.
While some shoppers may simply prioritise price and delivery cost, his or her experience using and interacting with each online grocery store also determines the convenience and efficiency. My personal experience with online grocery shopping tells me that some specific UX features are exceptionally good while other sites can be slightly frustrating to use.
The technologies we need it for self-driving cars are out there. We already have a good number of them cruising some roads. The government is committed to invest in the infrastructure. But the real barriers might be in the minds of UK drivers.
Moving away from the traditional methods, FinTech presents a much more efficient, transparent and convenient way of financing using cutting-edge digital platforms. They are capable of delivering customer-centred services at a more affordable and accessible manner than the established financial institutions. So is it ‘sapping away’ the existing big players?
Today there are approximately 1400 dating sites of varying user size, characteristics and business models in the UK alone, says Inline Policy. If we look at the global scale, the picture is even more fragmented.
Amidst the mounting competition, Uber undoubtedly remains the leader in the marketplace. However, Lyft has more than doubled its number of drivers since its launch, and is now rife across the United States (with a more meticulous global expansion strategy than Uber). It’s about to get a lot more interesting.
Amid all the global agendas being discussed at Davos was ‘the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ that academics and economists consistently and enthusiastically touched upon. ‘We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.’, said the founder of World Economic Forum. But what does it really mean?