Mobile technology is spurring entrepreneurially led economic growth in East Africa, as this report from the Financial Times shows. There are lessons here for the developed world… Read more “Technology in East Africa”
Their death has been predicted endlessly, yet still newspapers survive and in rare cases flourish. How and why?
Imagine a future where mobile payments are seamlessly integrated into our daily lives. So, for example, you could be on a crowded train and spot a poster… Read more “The future might be mobile, but what about the customer?”
Science tells us that we are now in the geological epoch known as the Holocene. This era has lasted for 12,000 years and encompasses the rise of… Read more “We’re changing the world”
The world is changing at a pace and scale never before experienced by humans. Climate change, diminishing natural resources (water, fish, soil, oil, rare earths, forests, etc.),… Read more “The path to economic growth: Added value”
Fossil fuel depletion, and an awareness that these fuels have negative environmental impacts and economic consequences are lending credence to the notion of an ‘end of economic… Read more “The end of economic growth?”
In a rare idle moment I came across this feed on LinkedIn showing David Cameron’s ‘social’ post up against Ashton Kutcher’s ‘how not to do social media’. … Read more “Politicians and social media”