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Hubspot looked at best practices in experiential marketing, an upcoming marketing stream focused on the story and experience. Here’s what they found, and the tips that you can take into account as you plan your own experiential marketing initiatives.
The 10th edition of the Fast Company World’s Most Innovative Companies ranking. Those enterprises that tap both heartstrings and purse strings and use the engine of commerce to make a difference in the world. Impact is among the key criteria.
Design has evolved beyond making objects – to designing everything around us. One company at the forefront is Philips. TNW spoke with Philips Chief Design Officer about how Philips approaches design thinking, and how to implement the same strategy into your business.
A growing number of companies are looking at the viability of airborne, autonomous taxis as a way to ease urban congestion and transportation woes, but the city of Dubai could leapfrog those with a plan to deploy a passenger-carrying drone as early as this summer.
The Nokia 3310 had a reputation for hardiness. You could throw it down a flight of stairs, spill a pint over it, or drop it into a pool of mud, and it would emerge unscathed. And now it’s coming back, almost 17 years after it first launched in 2000.
Researchers at Penn State University have potentially come up with yet another way we could create energy from all that nasty carbon dioxide we pump into the atmosphere. They’ve developed an inexpensive flow cell battery that uses mostly water solutions containing either dissolved CO2 or dissolved normal air.