One of most impressive gains came from second-ranked China, which is rapidly closing the gap separating them from the United States. China’s brand value surged over 40% to $19.4 trillion — more than the cumulative brand value of the next five countries.
Real-time inventory visibility has become a necessity for retailers that want to guarantee in-stock positions for online orders, especially those that must be fulfilled on increasingly tight schedules.- From Impinj and RIS News
From Visual Capitalist, this infographic covers biometric security from a number of angles, from current use cases to the ways people are outsmarting existing security measures. According to a recent study, facial recognition accuracy jumped 20x between 2013 and 2018. - From Visual Capitalist
Contrary to popular belief, the hardest part about running a business may not be finding customers, it’s getting one started. If you live in Luxembourg or Argentina, however, it’s a different story─with the process sometimes taking over a year. - From Visual Capitalist
From AI to gaming, tech startups across the world are attracting huge interest from investors, receiving millions (if not billions) of funding. but while digital media is by far the largest sector when it comes to the number of startups, early-stage funding is slowing and flowing into other industries such as manufacturing and robotics. - From Raconteur
While the list proves that success builds over time, these classics need to constantly reinvent themselves as their audiences become reliant on new technologies and demand more immersive experiences. - From Visual Capitalist
This week’s infographic is from Visual Capitalist and Black Rock. By 2100, over 50% of the world will be living in either India, China, or Africa. Spending power will continue to migrate to older populations. Global consumer spending from those over 60 years is predicted to nearly double, from US$8 trillion in 2010 to a whopping US$15 trillion in 2020.
Overall, the average annual cost to organizations has been ballooning for all types of cyberattacks. For example, a single malware attack in 2018 costed more than $2.6 million, while ransomware costs rose the most between 2017–2018, from $533,000 to $646,000 (a 21% increase). - From Raconteur.net
Every holiday season, there’s one must-have toy. Customers have been known to wait in line for hours, pay massive amounts of money and even physically fight in toy-store aisles during Black Friday sales just to get their hands on the year’s hottest toy
Will it truly be the most wonderful time of the year? Bain unwraps this year’s forecast amid mixed macroeconomic indicators.
Cities are the engines of the modern economy. Over half of the world now lives in urban areas, and urbanization continues to shape the trajectory of global growth in unprecedented ways. From Visual Capitalist and Oxford Economics top here are 10 future cities by measures of economic size, population, and GDP growth rate.
Wearable technology and augmented reality are coming to a year near you. Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies are tipping into the mainstream. Internet-giving balloons and delivery drones will soon be battling for air space. Dog translation hardware is close to reality.
From Visual Capitalist - Nearly two-thirds of the world’s population is plugged into the matrix, with over 4.4 billion internet users across multiple device types. Across all regions and generations, social media has propelled e-commerce into the limelight.
By 2030, AI could contribute $13 trillion to the global economy. Between 2019 and 2030, the use of AI will increase by 3x to 5x.
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