I have the pleasure as many to visit the #ParisRetailWeek - it’s a big expo at Portes de Versailles where all the French spoken retail market has is B2B annual meeting. It’s not only the web and digital but also the brick & mortar and physical shop B2B actors.
I won’t comment the brick & mortar and physical shop B2B scene even if it’s the majority of the expo but only focus where I am myself: the French E-Commerce Scene and the Digital aspect.
GENEVA, start capital: 10'000 USD
Gain since inception : 752.27 USD (+7,52%), August : +5.88%
Can the audio ads be part of your acquisition mix ?
Innovation in audio ad formats doesn’t come around very often. Until now, just about the only variable has been how long they run with :15s and :30s dominating the audio ad landscape.
Pando launches it recently: http://pandoraforbrands.com/success-stories/
And some blogs are whispering about it :
Week #35 - Week 35 : management behavior in crisis, Asset Tokenisation, Most innovative countries and Emailing Birthday.
1 - 8 management behaviors that drive change without crisis :
In this era of rapid market and technological change, I know I have to challenge my small business advisory clients to keep innovating and stay ahead of the game. As you can imagine, it is human nature to look for a stable and unchanging business process, after all the pivots and chaos of starting your business. Innovation driven only by crises is not leadership and growth.
Since 2010, i am programming robot for finance. For any pair of points, soybean, eur/usd or other HKDJPY (Hong Kong Dollars vs Japanese Yen).
What is the logic for building an expert advisor - the robot - and to be successful as a signal provider?
Like a very good video of the Financial Times told us (1), small US companies are exiting the European Market because of GDPR. 1'700 engineers are working at Microsoft for GDPR and only big companies can have their ass safe negotiating directly with the European Commission. Others companies will be at the mercy of any good lawyers to be pushed outside the market.
All professional from IT sector, developers, system administrators, tech urbanist knows that every classic IT department work...quite bad after a while.
If the people who build roads had exactly the same professional behaviour, half of the roads would end nowhere and the rest will have issues serious or not.
I have never seen an IT department working like we wanted to run it. Never.
The best IT department I have personally seen are decentralized ones who bet on the people inside their organization and not in process or "management theory".
AlphaGoZero (1) was the first Robot which could learn to play "Go" without historical data. In Fact, AlphaGoZero did not play from "scratch" but was playing against AlphaGo, against on another robot.
Like the child who learns to play football by learning the codes and imitating the adult, the robot was learning by reinforcement: by the feedbacks of another robot.
It's exactly like we learn with reward and punishment. Our entire educational system, - the stupid ones yes -, is based on this 2 tits of social education with teachers acting more or like the robot of AlphaGo.