May 13, 2021
- April 19, 2021
The new innovation opened up after the coronavirusThe pandemic has prevented companies and start-ups from interacting as they once did within the beneficial framework of open innovation. With an optimistic outlook, we delve into how organisations can and must reinvent themselves to ensure that their relationships with third parties remain fruitful.
- April 2, 2021
COVID-19 vaccines, a breakthrough for pharmaceutical innovationThe history of the vaccine dates back a long way. In 1976, the physician, Edward Jenner, tried to inoculate an eight-year-old boy with a small amount of bovine smallpox-infected material. Months later, he injected the virus into the vhild and found that he had developed immunity. Although they were initially dismissed by sceptics, the vaccines are now a success story. The World Health Organisation (WHO) figures corroborate this growing trend in longevity: humans are living on average six years longer than at the beginning of this century, with the average life expectancy now standing at 73 years.
- March 26, 2021
Connect with your employees through good storytellingThe pandemic and teleworking have forced many companies to rethink their internal communication. Gamified experiences, podcasts and training manuals for working in this environment are some of the ideas for reinforcing a sense of belonging and keeping employees engaged.
- March 24, 2021
Chatbots, apps and data: how technology reduces inequalitySocial projects attract entrepreneurs and 'start-ups', while there is a movement for venture capital funds and accelerators to bet on these initiatives.
- March 18, 2021
Solar communities, the path to distributed generationNew ways of producing, consuming and distributing energy are resulting in the development of a new electricity model that is more user-friendly and environmentally friendly.
- February 19, 2021
Digital, personalised and health-focused: insurance's new normalThe coronavirus crisis has been the driving force behind the insurance industry's digital transformation. The adoption of technologies such as video-operation and telemedicine, the growing importance of cyber-risk policies and the offer of on-demand insurance are some of the trends that will continue to grow.
- January 8, 2021
Robots, the cloud and AI: the pharmaceutical industry is looking to the futureFrom laboratories to warehouses, companies in the sector are using tools to speed up the discovery of new drugs and improve internal processes
- December 18, 2020
Virtual hospitals and telecare: COVID-19 is accelerating healthcare innovationThe pandemic has exposed the logistical and human shortages of many public health systems around the world and has opened up a new window of opportunity for transforming the world's hospitals to become more virtual and innovative.
- December 2, 2020
How to innovate customer experience using hybrid shopsThe retail sector has begun combining the advantages of e-commerce with those of in person sales in order to improve customer experience. Technologies such as artificial intelligence and sensors are opening the door to new services such as intelligent fitting rooms and personalised product recommendations
- November 23, 2020
Digital, thrifty and responsible: the new trends in food consumptionThe pandemic has changed consumer behaviour. The rise of home cooking, the popularisation of online shopping, the focus on savings and the preference for healthy products are all trends that retailers are already adapting to.
- November 5, 2020
The Post-Coronavirus Consumer: A Sustainable Shopping GuideFor most people, life can now be defined by pre and post-coronavirus. Consumers have changed their shopping habits faster than companies and brands have been able to accommodate. Now the customer is digital by default and practices responsible consumption.
- October 21, 2020
Artificial intelligence knows your policyholder better than youPredicting risk, customizing policies and using data to anticipate and generate new products are some of the applications that artificial intelligence may have in insurance in the near future. The customer demands new services and the industry is transforming to meet the changing needs of the market
- September 25, 2020
The journey of digital consumption: reinvention after the coronavirusThe pandemic has accelerated the digital consumption of products and services and generated new rules in consumer behaviour and organisational processes. In addition to the consolidation of the online channel, another physical purchasing channel is also beginning to take shape that could change the future of virtual consumption
- September 21, 2020
Innovation as Talent Care: Workplace Wellbeing Post-CoronavirusProtecting the physical and mental health of professionals is a growing concern in the wake of the pandemic. Technologies that preserve office security, digital tools to combat stress, and measures to promote motivation are some booming corporate trends
- September 10, 2020
AI, Data, and Training: The Keys to New Talent ManagementNew technologies and confinement have changed the way we recruit workers and teach skills that keep businesses on the cutting-edge.
- August 26, 2020
Post-COVID-19 Banking: Closer and More Digital Than EverThe coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the changes that were already taking place in the financial sector: greater collaboration with start-ups, more focus on the customer and on personalized services and greater adoption of technologies of all kinds will be the keys to this industry in the new normality.
- August 13, 2020
Digital Building: The Future of Post-Coronavirus InfrastructureEnsuring the well-being of visitors and promoting prevention against COVID-19 are two of the current challenges for infrastructures. To solve these challenges and create safe and intelligent places, an increase in the presence of new technologies is expected in spaces such as offices, shopping centers, and hospitals.