Disrupting media

TV advertising is big business. Billions of euros are spent annually to convince us to buy a particular company’s products or services. But viewers are getting fed up with the disruption and services such as on-demand or time-shifting are giving the consumer more tools to skip the adverts. But without advertising, there would be no…

Noughties the exposés Generation?

Has Google’s new “unified privacy policy” highlighted changing “generational” attitudes towards what’s considered public and private? Google has created a huge furor with the implementation of its new unified privacy policy; linking signed in users from one Google account to multiple Google services. This, in effect, will customize search engine results and advertisements further to…

Pyramidion’s got talent

If you’re looking for a team exercise that boosts creativity and inspires people to think about each other’s talents, then we have a great idea for you. At a recent Pyramidion training, we asked teams to develop out-of-the-box business proposals that would use everyone’s personal talents. The results were literally ‘out of this world’, and…

Screw it, just do it!

What makes a successful entrepreneur? Sir Richard shared his top tips in an interview session organized by FlandersDC and the Antwerp World Diamond Centre organized at the Stadschouwburg in Antwerp. Sir Richard talked with local entrepreneurs about many aspects of being a successful entrepreneur. The following are just a few of the topics he touched…

Will you unroll your next TV

We’ve all seen pictures of newspaper printing – the huge rolls of paper streaming through massive presses, with hundreds of finished copies coming off the line every minute. Now imagine TVs being produced in a similar way. With the emergence of electronic devices printed onto flexible substrates, it’s not such a far-fetched idea. For most…