People from business leaders to product specialists, and social influencers to social media managers speak about how they think social marketing will evolve in 2017. From new ways to measure ROI to channel-specific tactics, we were blown away by the level of insight we received.
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The twenty-first-century economy is service-driven. Companies that win today are focused on two things: taking care of their employees and taking care of their customers. But winning and keeping loyal and engaged individuals—either as employees or customers—is challenging. By 2020, five generations will work side by side in a workplace that is shaped by cloud computingand social media. Millennials and generation X workers will have 7 to 10 jobs and a variety of different professions during their lifetimes.
Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data.1 To put that into perspective, 90 percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone – and with new devices, sensors and technologies emerging, the data growth rate will likely accelerate even more.
If you’re a new business or entrepreneur with a fresh project on the books, you might have started researching co-working hubs – but what if your work takes up more space than your typical startup? Many tech companies are big advocates of hot desking, but artists and creative types often need more than a space to plug in a laptop. They need galleries, retail showrooms and project spaces – something that Smithmade co-founder David Dunbar thinks haven’t been a priority of traditional spaces.
During this period the ACCC received a large number of small business and franchising related complaints and enquiries about competition and consumer issues. The data provided reflects complaints and enquiries received from various sources and are posted as a general guidance only. On further investigation, the conduct reported may not amount to a breach of the law.