Early versions of new technology and innovation are often clunky, hard to use, and overly complex.
Early versions of new technology and innovation are often clunky, hard to use, and overly complex. Over time, some of them do fade away. It’s the ones that stay the course, continue to develop and change the economics that deserve more of our attention.
Amazon buying Whole Foods was the "shot heard around the world" a couple of weeks ago. Amazon is one company that needs more of your attention regardless of your business. From books to clothes, food, drones, IT services, and more, Amazon is changing our lives, our expectations and the landscape of competition of marketplace. Are you ready?
Now is the time to Invent the Future!
From Amazon: Our vision is to be earth’s most customer centric company; to build a place where people can come to find and discover anything they might want to buy online.
Look at what’s happening in your market ...
These robots are replacing humans in a warehouse environment. They're not completely eliminating them; according to their makers, their presence in a warehouse will allow small companies to move more product, thus employing more human workers rather than less. Click photo to watch video.
Amazon was granted a patent in June for a multi-level “beehive”-like fulfillment center that could deploy and receive delivery drones, especially in densely populated urban environments. Click photo to watch video or read moreHERE
HENRi@Nestlé, the new open innovation platform for fellow innovators to tackle projects focused on nutrition, health and wellness. Click photo to watch video or read more HERE
How can we encourage electronic books for education to children around the world.... Watch, Think, Act! Click photo to watch video.