I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve been nominated and accepted to join the World Economic Forum‘s Expert Network.
Here, I will join 5,500 world-leading experts from academia, business, government, international organizations, civil society, the arts, and the media committed to improving the state of the world by helping to shape the global agenda.
It’s been a while since I last posted something here myself.
Last weekend I went to Dubai to speak at a conference, the GITEX Future Stars. Instead of writing a blog post about it, I decided to do something quite different… a video documentary. Or whatever the genre is.
I have always believed – and have been quoted saying – that you should not use social to sell, but to communicate. You can sell your products elsewhere, via platforms where it’s what people actually want from you. Via your newsletter, for example.
The programme for season 2016/2017 is out. Now, it’s all about getting the tickets sold for all the the many dramas, operas, ballets, concerts etc. that are to come.
To do this, the Royal Danish Theatre – home to both the renowned Royal Danish Ballet and the spectacular Royal Opera House in Copenhagen – engaged Wichmann/Schmidt, or “the world’s smallest full-service agency” as we like to call it.
The collaborative economy is growing. In size, in usage, and in complexity too. It’s set to be a key economic component in the years to come as people use digital technologies to get what they need from each other.
The collaborative economy is global. But its characteristics and conditions vary a great deal from region to region.
As readers of this blog will know, I’ve been following and researching the collaborative economy the past couple of years. In particular, I’ve been keeping track – via this list – of the logistics space and how it’s being affected.