China’s Weibo now has up to 340 million active users each month, according to the firm’s latest earnings report, which pushes it past Twitter for the first time ever.
With the General Election just around the corner, the chances are we’re all going to find ourselves floating in another digitally-engineered filter bubble. Luke Townsend, Marketing Director, Found looks at why we should have a rethink about the content we are going to be served in the next few weeks.
A personalised shopping experience, whether online or offline, is a surefire way to gain favour with shoppers. In bricks-and-mortar stores, shoppers enjoy the 1:1 attention and knowledge a sales assistant can provide, but how can this be replicated online? Meyar Sheik, CEO and Co-Founder of Certona, advises retailers on becoming experts in omnichannel personalisation, in … [Read more…]
Things didn’t run smoothly when the astronauts in 2001: A Space Odyssey toyed with artificial intelligence. When asking to be let back inside the spaceship, supercomputer HAL eerily responded, “I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” Thankfully, the personal assistants we use today are a little friendlier. Here, Roxanne Abercrombie of business automation … [Read more…]
The issue of sizing is a huge challenge for the global fashion industry, due to a lack of a universal sizing system, which leads to a large number of returns. Isabelle Ohnemus, founder and CEO of EyeFitU, discusses technological and collaborative solutions which the fashion industry should consider to best manage this issue.