Originally posted on The Makeup Movement Blog:
Part of being a business owner is understanding trends to stay ahead of the curve. For us, and other wedding professionals alike, it’s important to understand the mindset of the typical engaged wedding couple.
It’s pretty obvious that there are 2 shifts that must be acknowledged and acted upon by every wedding professional: mobile marketing and social media platform shift. Let’s take a closer look at those two trends, and what wedding professionals should do to stay in front of their audience.
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Originally posted on LAVREB:
In the last century, breakthroughs in modern medicine have driven big gains in quality and length of life. Antibiotics, immunization, imaging and radiology, complex surgery, minimally invasive surgery—and more. It’s a long, impressive list. But what will the next hundred years bring? exponential-medicine-5The US spends some 18% of gross domestic product on healthcare and yet ranks last on a list of 17 developed countries by outcome. We face an increasing shortage of providers even as the healthcare burden and number of covered Americans is set to grow. The challenges ahead appear daunting—but there’s reason to believe we can find powerful solutions, perhaps even sooner than imagined. The technological tools at our disposal are advancing as fast or faster than the problems they aim to solve. Many technologies are developing at an exponential pace. ….[READ]
Originally posted on A Quote On Singularities:
At the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago, Local Motors 3D printed a plastic car called the Strati in front of thousands of attendees. Local Motors took the chassis, seats, door panels, and thousands of other components, and 3D printed all those parts into just one piece. The first phase…took just 44 hours.
“A 3D printed car like ours will only have dozens of components,” Local Motors engineer James Earle tells Business Insider. In the near future, he says, it could cost only about $7,000 to manufacture, perhaps the start of what will become a niche market for customized cars.
“You can make a vehicle for yourself that’s basically a one-0ff, do the entire design,” he says. “You could create custom-fit seats that conform to your shape, things like that, that you couldn’t do with cars now.” Read More
From Business Insider 14 September, by Will…
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Originally posted on Mobile Advertising America:
Term of Advertising:
Advertising is the term that means to spreading business and approaching the targeted customer. Mobile marketing or advertising is one of the medium to do so. Apart from the other continental country, mobile advertising in America becoming the most successful process in advertising industry.
Means of advertising in America:
Mobile advertising finds some new process to give the business & ad campaigns a high in this sector. There are several companies, who use the internet market, social networks. But these are not so popular in Russian internet heads that till the date they don’t pay the attention to mobile advertising in this manner. Now some of the companies launched and are launching some mobile app to install and use to promote the advertising among the mass. This way they managed to get & hold the desired customer. This is now gradually changing the way of…
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Originally posted on Augmented Reality Blog:
Using Augmented Reality for printing products is nothing new. However, many brands have recently begun to recognize that AR technology can indeed bring additional value to catalogues, brochures and product packaging. Experimenting over the last several years, they have realized that the technology is now stable, fast and affordable -even for companies with smaller marketing budgets. With augmented catalogues and well thought-out AR applications, the technology can cover a wide range of possibilities: from delivering additional product information to costumers, to directly integrated online stores. Moreover, brands could easily turn their print material into an interactive showroom.
Engine Creative, a UK based company, created a very great example for Tesco, a multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer. The Tesco Discover App enhances several Tesco printing products via Augmented Reality and brings them to life. Engine Creative’s Chris Dun and Matt Key will join our next webinar this Thursday and will discuss the Tesco…
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