Gentrification happens in all progressive cities, else we would be living in 18th century slums. Heritage must protect valuable buildings.People must be cared for, but not through preventing natural growth.We are looking at the wrong solutions for our housing problems.
I've actually been reading about these 3 aspects a lot and I'm quite excited to see how they are going to come together. Can you imagine these warehouses with such systems integrated? Putting things into storage and retrieving them could be a snap of the fingers in due time!
It is always a motivational factor to be recognised in the form of receiving an award. Regardless of the scale of the event, being awarded would always drive a person to perform even better. It is a win-win situation for both the giver and the recipient.
I personally do not shop based solely on prices alone. I do look out for quality products as well and the origin of the products. If the products are of a superior quality, I bet shoppers would still buy them despite the little higher price tags.
With a huge vehicle fleet like that, they ought to do some serious streamlining indeed. It would be a chaotic process to run a business should the vehicle fleet that huge be out of control. This is a good business plan to ensure future processes do not get taken for granted.
The supply chain sector is a growing industry due to the many other markets that rely on it. With increased business opportunities, supply chain industry players ought to ensure that their business processes get improved in order to cater to growing demand.
As a frequent flyer, I think AI is not a necessity to be an attraction factor on board flights. What matters to me the most during flights are basic needs like comfort and zero delays. I would stay loyal if those factors are guaranteed always.
is it really very shocking that there would be many early adopters considering how quickly they've moved from one "G" to the next? I really wouldn't be surprised if there are crazy achievers out there who are out there planning 6G and 7G as we speak. The sky is the limit these days isn't it?
These days there are more and more implications that arise from the use of social media and the internet to disseminate information. It's very easy for people to just come up with whatever they like and post it online. If you're not careful, you could be buying into a lot of untruths!
It is important for physical stores to actually think of ways to bring the shoppers back if they want their brick-and-mortars to remain relevant in this modern era. Everyone loves the convenience of e-commerce as they get to save travel time and costs so what could actually lure them back? Various factors can be considered even from a personal perspective.
This is such a huge topic that has seen a growing trend of late amongst various tech giants. It seems that it has become almost a norm for them to take part in ill-practices despite affecting majority of users. Obviously profits are one of their main driving factors.
It is scary to know the figures are actually that high. I have never experienced a loss baggage but I know it is actually an inevitable situation. The only way to safeguard myself against unforeseen circumstances would be to get myself insured.
It's hard for businesses to survive in the retail world this way but I think that it's rather exciting to see just how these big brands are coming up with new tricks to bring their customers back into their stores. Who knows what kind of amazing ideas they may have in the days coming....
We are well on our way of achieving this vision. I am happy That the president set the tone and given us hope that it is possible. The high speed Maglev train project, between Johannesburg and Durban, has always been on the cards. When that gets going, it will be a stepping stone to a driven economy.
I have seen a number of applications that showcase businesses in terms of location and mapping and it's an interesting concept. The thing is that there will always be people who would go to one app or another. I would hold off until a clear winner in the field is found to maximise you dollars on such avenues.
I reckon that there are a fair amount of people who would be listening into the radio stations these days. The free radio stations of course, not the stuff that you get online. It's all a part of the daily commute after all. If you're able to come up with a good audio advertisement, this could make or break it for your company!