When we hear the word “festival”, we might think of music, food or arts, but in recent times, we’ve seen technology entering the scene and captivating audiences across the world.
Gone are the days of cheque books, requesting mini-statements and queuing at the bank — technology is changing the way we handle our finances massively.
Here’s something people don’t say enough: there’s a lot of bad marketing content knocking about. A lot of tedious, regurgitated, badly written content. Too often, corporate web copy and blog posts are where people play safe and imagination goes to die. A couple of reasons for this stand out…
When it comes to successful scale-up businesses, you could be forgiven for thinking that the US has a monopoly on them. Sound far-fetched? Just give this a try – ask everyone in the office to name a scale up business and I’d put good money on it that US Goliaths like Google, Amazon, Facebook and Airbnb are among the first responses you get back.
At some point during the journey of a start-up business, if it doesn’t crash and burn in a ball of flames, it may turn into what is called a “scale-up.” Although they may sound similar, there are some big differences between the two…
As a business founded by a computer science graduate, Active Profile has always been passionate about technology and widening participation in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and maths).
Claire Ephgrave, account manager at Active Profile looks at how sensor technology is transforming marketing.