Insightful and timely topic Lee. I think there is a tendency for fintech startups (and even some of the more "established" companies) to avoid, as much as possible, the regulatory bodies. While this may well be where the wheels are ultimately greased, it takes great vision, effort, mental fortitude and patience to start a journey with regulatory bodies in the hopes of achieving a positive and sustainable business outcome for both parties. I feel that these mature traits are, at times, missing from the pool of talent within (fintech) startups. One only has to look at the Insurance industry to understand the opportunities that abound, and the (often times) handbrake that is the regulatory body/ies.Creating an environment that supports idea sharing and encourages dialogue with dedicated outcomes is key to moving these industries forward.
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I am confused. Unsolicited posts mean that these influencers weren't asked to do this. How are brands going to contact and send every nano+ influencer posting about their brand with no promoting to an 'academy'?
I've searched WARC for Media Allocation Benchmarks report and come up with nothing - any ideas? I'd really like to find this case study but WARC's Search is not serving up anything. Could you send me the link please? I am a WARC subscriber.
True! Thanks for this article Michelle. The business case for Cultural Intelligence is well researched and documented. Today Diversity is all around us. Hence our capability to successfully adapt to new situations is tested constantly. As you mentioned, leaders / companies who understand the impact of culture and the necessity to up-skill themselves and their employees have definitely a competitive advantage! Good news is that EQ and CQ are skills, anyone can learn.
Lots of meaningless jargon with rambling concepts being rolled without much structure - providing little or no help to a company's understanding of the advantages the author wishes to expound on - leading to less motivation to moving to the cloud I would think?
What Govt didn't realize that soft drink manufacturers have traded sugar for more toxic chemical alternatives and may see a bigger jump in health issues longer term as a result. Was a good excuse for additional tax revenue.