Facebook gets an EU E-Money license, parks its bus on the banks lawns

Facebook gets an EU E-Money license, parks its bus on the banks lawns

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF We live in a world full of unprecedented change and opportunity but many business leaders are guided by a historic view of business and industry evolution not a millennial view, the rules of business have changed, this is the time for re-invention not “just” innovation...

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Bots, disruption and the advent of conversational commerce

Bots, disruption and the advent of conversational commerce

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Bots are disrupting businesses and industries by changing the way consumers buy products and services.   Take a good look at the people around you. If Governments and Academics are correct then the jobs of between a third to half of the people you’re looking...

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The death of the 20th Century organisation

The death of the 20th Century organisation

20th Century organisations are increasingly being usurped and out manoeuvered by more agile, more successful 21st Century Millennial organisations that operate, scale and run in entirely new ways.   You could be forgiven for thinking that many of today’s new Millennial organisations aren’t really businesses at all and that under the...

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Disrupting banking is a team effort

Disrupting banking is a team effort

  Disrupting the banking experience can only be achieved through team work   In 2008 banks were considered to big to fail and sovereign Governments pumped hundreds of billions of dollars into the system to save them but now, years after the events of 2008 conversations about how banking and...

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Apples new trojan horse

Apples new trojan horse

Love it or loathe it the Apple Watch is superbly positioned to help Apple capture three new mass markets Even Apple can’t escape the gravity of centuries of tradition and the Apple Watch is a great case in point. Sure enough it sits on the wrist like a regular watch, looks like a...

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Monetising the Internet of Everything

Monetising the Internet of Everything

Data is the new oil Over the next ten years the Internet of Everything – the ability to use an increasingly broad variety of sensors that can turn any dumb object, from jet engines and cars to cattle and crops into intelligent, interconnected devices on a network that can sense,...

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Building the Internet of Everything God Platform

Building the Internet of Everything God Platform

There’s a new platform war raging but this time it’s not Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog facing off against Nintendo’s Super Mario brothers to own the lion’s share of a $15 Billion market it’s a new turf war to own the ‘God Platform’ the highest layer of intelligence that will tie...

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Pt. 2 of 2. The rules of business have changed, adapt or die

Pt. 2 of 2. The rules of business have changed, adapt or die

In Part 1 we looked at how Entrepreneurs are catching many business leaders off guard and changing the rules of business. In this article we look at how they’re managing it and what legacy multi nationals can do to transform their businesses in mid flight to compete. Whichever continent, whichever industry and whichever...

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Pt. 1 of 2. Is your CEO a frog?

Pt. 1 of 2. Is your CEO a frog?

In this first of two articles we look at how new age Entrepreneurs are using 21st Century technologies to build scalable multi-billion dollar businesses that are disrupting entire industries. In Part 2, with millions of jobs at stake as new market entrants continue to disrupt and break their older competitors we’ll...

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The Internet of Everything is creating new empires

The Internet of Everything is creating new empires

Today few people realise that our society is on the cusp of creating a new Epoch, one where in 400 years’ time our descendants will look back on our Age and compare it in the same way that we compare our Age to the Stone Age. The Internet of Everything...

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Are Jobs and Ford wrong, can customers create blockbusters?

Are Jobs and Ford wrong, can customers create blockbusters?

“If I had asked people what they wanted they would have said faster horses.”   Steve Jobs and Henry Ford are both regarded as two of our most iconic innovators so does it just happen to be coincidence that they also shared the same views about customer input into the...

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