The Fourth Industrial Revolution will affect the very essence of our human existence, including how businesses operate and how customers interact with businesses. This revolution, also called Industry 4.0, is used to define a number of contemporary automation, data exchange and manufacturing technologies which draw together smart technology such as cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Internet of Services (IoS).
Paul Fick 39 minutes ago
Small-scale farmers in Africa are increasingly facing challenges in production with factors such as climate change, drought, lack of access to capital, etc. taking its toll. It's necessary for these farmers to innovate and to form partnerships with organisations that can help them do so. In this, the farmers of Nakuru County has succeeded with the help of Premier Seed who assists farmers in building, although small, commercially viable farming businesses that are seeing them export to international markets. Simon Andys, founder of Premier Seed tells us more.
Cari Van Wyk 18 hours ago
Brands that stand the test of time have very particular behaviours and characteristics that make them timeless. They evolve as their audience does and build on their success. They have also stared failure in the face and overcome some not-so-proud moments.
In line with international market trends, The SpaceStation and SouthernX have announced a partnership that gives the digital media sales house direct access to programmatic buying solutions through SouthernX. The partnership enables The SpaceStation's sales team to offer clients highly advanced programmatic sales solutions - in-house.
The SpaceStation 19 hours ago
Independent Media grew its share of the South African daily newspaper market by 3,2% and the weekend newspaper market by 1,6% compared to the same period last year. These results were released by the Audited Bureau of Circulation (ABC) which measures newspapers and magazine circulation performance.
Independent Media 20 hours ago
The ability to work from your smartphone, anywhere and anytime, has transformed the way business is conducted. But while most organisations have embraced the ability to be mobile, many are not taking full advantage of the opportunities mobility represents because they do not recognise the real value that going mobile can offer beyond the obvious benefits.
Nader Henein 19 May 2016