Automotive News regularly runs an EY Automotive & Transportation Insights page from the EY consulting firm, “featuring videos, insights, opinions, thought leadership, stories, and better questions from EY to help automotive leaders in business build a better working world.”
Below is a six-minute video seminar — featuring Julia Steyn, General Motors head of urban mobility and Dr. Chris Borroni-Bird, Qualcomm vice-president of strategic development). They focus on the factors causing disruption in the auto industry and how automakers can evolve given the trend toward mobility.
This television interview of Hofstra University’s Professor Joel Evans (from the Zarb School of Business) recently appeared on Fios1’s Money & Main$treet program. The interview was conducted by host Giovanna Drpic. It deals with several aspects of database marketing — from a small firm perspective.
This infographic on strategic options for small business growth is adapted from Rieva Lesonsky, CEO, president, and founder at GrowBiz Media. She is also a contributing writer for SmallBizTrends.com.
Are you a wearables fan? Are you thinking of buying one? Do you believe that Fitbit and Apple are the only real alternatives? Well, they are not; and there are some exciting new technologies from less-known companies that are right around the corner.
Consider these observations from James A. Martin, writing for CIO:
“Everything is ‘smart’ these days, it seems, especially when it comes to gadgets designed to help people improve their health and boost fitness levels. Smart mirrors and body scanners, smart running socks, a smart vest, smart drinking cups, smart sleeves, and smart sleep masks are all now available, or will be soon. Many of these Internet of Things things are wearables — except for the ‘naked 3D’ full-body mirror, of course — while others are designed to be carried in a pocket or clipped to a belt or bra. The following 12 devices, many of which aren’t yet available, are all notable for some reason. So sit back, relax, take a sip from your smart water bottle, and check them out.”
Click the image to access a slideshow about the 12 new wearables, and to read more about them.