Monthly Archives: June 2014

Google’s I/O Conference – How Google could really help people

Google’s I/O developers conference tries to make Google out as a modern day revolutionist, using their tech to make billions of people’s lives better. Launching their new Android One platform aimed at emerging countries that do not have internet access, “for the next 5 billion” as they put it. Now anyone that has worked closely… Continue Reading »

Conversion and Content Vs. Highstreet Retail Operations

Throughout university I held down a job in retail, over the years I moved from brand to brand and several patterns were consistent throughout. The foundations of the offline retail business were understood to the core, however the same cannot be said about many of their online stores. The problem is that most influencers in… Continue Reading »