Regardless of the type of business you are in, retail, restaurant, B2B sales, or a professional services provider, we answer the “same questions” week after week. And I’m sure you have become excellent at providing answers to your customers and prospects. But this isn’t scalable; there is no multiplier effect!
During the past 12 months with COVID, more businesses than ever before have had to pivot and change their product or services to adapt to customers current needs. Changing and adapting is important but can come at a huge cost to your business if you get it wrong.
Transportation of goods is one of the essential industries, unstopped even by the pandemic. How is technology safekeeping the operation by ensuring driver safety and fleet productivity? John Zubak talks to Dan De Palma (Streamline Transportation Technologies) to find out more.
Is innovation easier for high-tech industries? This is a common misconception. In reality many traditional industries have been adapting and innovating at the same speed as high-tech companies. Imagine the Room is an example of a manufacturing business that brings technology and forward-thinking to the closet manufacturing industry with impressive results.
Students are facing challenges and opportunities as a result of Covid-19. What is the role of universities in this scenario? John Zubak talks to Mike Henry (Thompson Rivers University) to explore the options.
Colin Lyons (Lyons Landscaping) shows how to go from landscaping to a total value package by embracing technological innovations.
Greg Munden (Munden Ventures) talks about the technologies that make transportation more efficient, reliable, and safer for drivers.