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In the UK, we may best know Hamburg for being the city where the Beatles plied their trade before becoming an international sensation. But Germany’s second largest city boasts many impressive facts.
As the latest person to join the Fourth Day team (all the way from Australia), I’ve been astounded at the level of innovation and the entrepreneurial culture in London.
2013 was the year Google began its mission to get the world talking about its luxury new eyewear Google Glass. The company invited hundreds of individuals from the tech media to trial this new technology for up to a year - and the reports are in.
Team North went along to Manchester Digital’s Cartologie event last week to hear digital agency Code Computerlove air their views on the next big trends for retail. Refreshingly they didn’t utter the phrase “death of the High Street”. While they did of course acknowledge a shift in the customer journey, this presentation was all about the integration of physical and digital and how retailers can use digital to help drive customers in store.
Announcements by Verizon, BuzzFeed and Vice that all three have cut their workforce have drawn some bleak conclusions. The Guardian, for example, described these job losses as ‘the beginning of a new publishing depression’ – representing a global undercutting of the digital media industry, and a dwindling landscape of news outlets.
Nikki's back from this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC19). Not for the faint-hearted, the show attracts 107,000 people from across the world - all wanting to meet, greet, sell to and drink cerveza with the who’s who of the mobile tech industry.
Yesterday we hosted the third and final session in our Honest Talks series on social media for business.
On Thursday, our London team hosted the second event in our three-part Honest Talks series, each of which delving deeper into the topic of social media.