Posts Tagged 'Innovation'

Interview insights from Isolde Schram

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Interview insights from Isolde Schram

From MediaDunes

In the Netherlands we love working in open offices, where we can share information with other entrepeneurs.   So if you were working in one of the free open workspace of Dutch seats2meet/ like de Bank van Noppes, a mere 45 minutes from Eindhoven Airport (and just a few minutes longer from Schiphol Amsterdam Airport) you could chance a meeting with one of Holland’s leading consultants and innovators.

MediaDunes staff did just ...

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The formula for success

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The formula for success

In a troubled time as the one we are going through, it becomes necessary to understand there aren’t sure formulas. This is a moment in which everything needs to be reshapen, in order to find new ideas, in a push for permanent innovation.

We have come to a point in which we have to think about the strategies we use, since we can’t expect different results if the chosen tactic remains the same. It becomes urgent to find out new ways ...

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Futurology, for PR

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You would have noticed that I enjoy talking about innovation and in particular how future applications will evolve to affect the field of communication, and therefore our own area of expertise.

I am a great believer that we have firmly entered into a new era of communication standards, one in which our role as PR professional will change radically. Yes, of course, for a few more years we’ll still be making a few bucks following the old order, but what the ...

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When Times Are Hard, Innovate

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When Times Are Hard, Innovate

Introduction

The crisis which Europe (mainly) is suffering the last couple of years has resulted in numerous negative consequences, as reported in most of the media. But it has also resulted in the emergence of new technology-based companies and an increase in foreign investment and alliances in various markets, as well as reforms to the financial, educational, and government infrastructure in the countries of the south part of Europe. It may be that the crisis will emerge as a ‘blessing in ...

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