Surely manufacturers are interested in growth and disruption? But no, it appears that the art of fast, strategic growth is being championed by companies that deal only in intangibles. Manufacturers are currently missing the growth revolution.
With so much information at your fingertips online, including specifications, reviews and price comparisons, are the days of visiting multiple dealerships for a series of test drives over?
Gousto is a British online grocery service that provides recipe kit boxes to subscribers. Each box includes fresh ingredients with meat, fish and vegetables, along with a step-by-step recipe guide. And as all the ingredients provided are measured out in the quantities needed, nothing is wasted.
The ride-sharing service BlaBlaCar is challenging the perception of car sharing, using mobile technology to make it easier and more appealing than ever to offer a ride or seek a lift with a fellow traveller.
Today, you are more likely to pick up your phone to access the internet than sit down at your desktop. It’s why Google always build for mobile first. Today, mobile is more important than ever and to succeed, a mobile-responsive site is no longer enough: a fully-functioning app is essential.
You will have another great chance to hear Mark Prince speak if you book onto the Wakefield Business Conference on the 13th June. If you are planning to attend and would like to book a follow-on chat with Mark about your own business, email firstname.lastname@example.org with some brief details.
From its name to its business model; nothing about Lemonade resembles a traditional insurance company. That’s why it’s been capturing the interest of younger consumers looking for a fairer alternative to traditional insurance.