Hi there, my name is Ella. I spent a week here at Omobono on work experience and I wanted to tell you about it.
22 July 2016
Posted by: Ella Phillips
How much do you rely on the ability of Netflix to predict your next favourite TV show – or rather, the technology being used? How much do you already trust software – like that created by that IBM Watson to smash its human competition in Jeopardy? Enough to entrust it to determine who you should be hiring?
In conjunction with Winmark Global, our latest issue of What Works Where (WWW) canvassed the views of over 100 senior marketers and HR professionals from some of the world’s most influential B2B organisations.
A research blog by Emma Rose, Academies and Research Director at Winmark Ltd.
06 July 2016
Posted by: Emma Jackson Erhard
In an era where such a high value is placed on “connectivity,” it’s remarkable how many companies still fail to connect their digital marketing platforms because of adherence to some outmoded way of doing business.
A short summary of the latest BMC Converge event - Future of Technology.
27 June 2016
Posted by: Annie Gelinas
I grew up in an ultra-political household and spent my earlier years immersed in political campaigns across the country. So, it is perhaps unsurprising to learn I’ve been writing keynote speeches, polemic and campaign messages for the European referendum for the past 4 months.
22 June 2016
Posted by: Hugh Billings
Planning a set of traditional User Testing sessions this week got us thinking; how could we conduct a User Test in Virtual Reality? User Testing, in its current form, is a well-known entity. We have the tools, we have the techniques, we're set on that front.
Virtual Reality is much more than just the next big thing in gaming. Already reshaping both education and healthcare, its potential is now opening the eyes of corporate business too.