Arguably the most influential social media platform of our time, Facebook, has had its days in the sun. But now as the platform falls on hard times, it may be easy to dismiss it as useful in your personal life. But does the platform still hold appeal from a business standpoint?
Looking at retail inside and out: Simon Pound talks Vend, ventures and diversification
Simon Pound worked with retail tech company Vend for more than four years before shifting to become a partner at ventures start-up Previously Unavailable in ...
New Zealand-made e-bike company Ubco has moved from off-roading bikes to dual purpose bikes, launching its new 2x2 model worldwide. The main difference? The bike can be used for both work and play and is certified to be used on-road, meaning anyone with a regular learner’s license can use one to get from A to B.
Andy Cunningham is known best for her role helping to launch the Apple Macintosh, where she worked closely with Steve Jobs. Since those heady days, she has played a key role in the launch of a number of new categories, including video games, personal computers, desktop publishing, digital imaging, RISC microprocessors, software as a service, very light jets and clean tech investing. During a recent visit to New Zealand, she sat down with Mark Godenho to discuss branding, bro-culture and her new book.
Robots are supposedly the future of retail, but so far, their uptake has been pretty hit-and-miss. Michael Goldthorpe, managing partner at Hunch, considers where robots from recent news headlines have been going wrong.