Editor - I met Lukas Bacik, Business Development Director UK for Enplug at the Conversion Conference in London recently. We had a chat and I was more than impressed with his new platform. Here is his story...
Enplug, the first large scale-open platform for digital displays which turns any TV into interactive and real time displays is expanding to UK!
A wireless barcode scanner can work nicely with many different types of checkout and even POS systems. In fact, with the higher prevalence of barcodes in today's retail (and wholesale) environment, there are tons of reasons to consider migrating to a wireless barcode model.
There is the increased freedom and range of motion, plus being able to store all of your data on your server (and instantly) rather than in the device itself, and much more.
Here are a number of reasons to consider moving to wireless scanning technology.[more…]
- New in-depth research piece - Bauer Knowledge: The Millennial Chapter - finds brands need to help empower Millennials do, feel and share
- Study reveals five Millennial segments: The Influencers, The Adopters, The Apprentices, The Entertained and The Contented
Bauer Media, @bauermedia home to entertainment brands including KISS, heat, Absolute Radio, Grazia and The Debrief, has launched Bauer Knowledge: The Millennial Chapter, revealing experience is the most valued status symbol for the UK’s millennials. It is the first insight in a series of in depth studies into key audiences. For more information please visit www.thedrum.com/bauer
Let’s celebrate the Oscars with a supercut of all of 2015’s nominated films. In this video, there are inevitable winners –seriously, bet on Whiplash’s J.K. Simmons– fan favourites, and surprise inclusions.Congratulations to all the nominees, and good luck in February![more…]
Time is like a river. You cannot touch the water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again. Enjoy every moment of life. As a bagpiper, I play many gigs. Recently I was asked by a funeral director to play at a graveside service for a homeless man.[more…]
Aer Lingus has confirmed that its board is considering a sweetened offer from British Airways owner IAG.
The Irish flag carrier said IAG had raised its all-cash offer to €2.55 (£1.90) per share, including a cash dividend per share of five euro cents.
It added that the proposal remains conditional on due diligence, board recommendation and the receipt of "irrevocable commitments from Ryanair and the minister of finance for Ireland" to accept the offer.
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Small firms are being ‘plagued’ by a poor payment culture, with some respected household brand names ‘abusing’ their suppliers, it was claimed last night.
The accusations came as it emerged that US consumer giant Heinz has more than doubled the length of time it is making small British suppliers wait for bills to be settled.Leading lobby group the Federation of Small Businesses said large companies were being ‘tarnished’ by their treatment of small suppliers and that their behaviour is damaging the reputation of business as a whole.