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Treat Customer Data Like You’d Want Yours to Be Treated

Last Christmas, I bought a friend of mine a subscription to a science and culture magazine. She had discovered the magazine during downtime at work, so she was delighted when they started showing up at her door. The gift was a hit, despite the fact that I’d misspelled her name. But then other magazines offers started to arrive in the mail. Then came requests for donations from charitable groups. Next, travel agency ads. And then came the political mailers. Once she activated her digital subscrip...
Tags: Google, California, Marketing, European Union, Deloitte, B2b, University Of Michigan, Digital Marketing, Fed, Consumer, General Data Protection Regulation, Epsilon, Acxiom, Jebbit, Data Marketing Association


These ad execs have a venture fund they’d like to sell you

Mike Duda comes from the world of advertising. In fact, he spent 13 years at the renowned ad agency Deutsch, becoming the youngest partner in the company’s history until another creative, Brent Vartan, came along and stole the title. Little wonder that in 2010, when Duda struck out on his own to create Bullish (formerly known as Consigliere Brand Capital), he stole Vartan, later making him the firm’s second managing partner. It isn’t that the two wanted to outgun their former employer exactly. I...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Ecommerce, New York, Boston, San Francisco, Tech, Walmart, Palo Alto, Portland, Venture Capital, San Diego, Patagonia, Silicon Valley


Media fragmentation is annoying consumers

Deloitte’s Technology, Media and Telecommunications division published its 13th-annual Digital Media Trends survey, focused on identifying changes in the ways US consumers engage with various types of media. Led by an independent research firm, the survey had roughly 2,000 consumer respondents across demographics – with the report categorizing respondents based on age (Gen-Z: ages 14-21, Millenials: 22-35, Gen-X: 36-52, Boomers: 53-71, and Matures: 72+). While already accompanied by a succinct 1...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Gaming, Music, Television, Media, Podcasts, Video Games, Entertainment, Advertising Tech, Cloud Storage, US, San Francisco, Tech, United States


‘Subscription Fatigue’: Nearly Half of U.S. Consumers Frustrated by Streaming Explosion, Study Finds

Streaming entertainment is smacking into the wall of the paradox of choice — and the cost to consumers of piecing multiple services together. The boom in subscription streaming services has given consumers more options than ever, with an array that includes Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, CBS All Access, Showtime and YouTube Premium. Even […]
Tags: News, Deloitte, Netflix Hulu Amazon


UT Business students are fighting snakes with memes. Here’s why.

By: Sarah BloodworthSnakes infested UT-Austin’s McCombs School of Business last year, at least according to memes. The joke comparing businesspeople to greedy, competitive snakes seemed to slither into every post on the UT-Meme Facebook page and Twitter. The Black Sheep Online even posted guide to “The Different Types of Snakes in McCombs.”Perhaps the characterization of businesspeople as snakes generated from the McCombs holiday decoration controversy, but the millennial view of declining bus...
Tags: Startups, Wisdom, Marketing, Startup, Mit, Austin, Millennials, Deloitte, Sxsw, Lynda, Austin Chronicle, UT Austin, McCombs School of Business, Austin Startups, University-of-texas, UT Business


Employee Experience Doesn’t End At The Exit Interview

  Deloitte preaches it. Nestle proves it. Former employees want it. The answer: What is a post employee experience? The data is unanimous. Companies that invest in lifelong relationships outperform those that don’t. The most compelling performance metrics see a 6x increase in employer attractiveness, 2.8x increase in revenue per employee and 4.5x increase in […]
Tags: Featured, News, Recruiting, HR, Deloitte, Branding, Nestle, Blog Posts, Candidate Experience, Employee Experience


MUIS Software to buy Ctrl BV

MUIS Software, which is backed by Main Capital Partners, said March 18 that it is buying Ctrl BV. Financial terms weren’t announced. Deloitte is the seller. Ctrl, of Heemskerk, the Netherlands, provides an online collaboration platform for financial service providers within the SME market and larger companies. PRESS RELEASE MUIS Software acquires Ctrl from Deloitte MUIS Software and her majority shareholder Main Capital Partners are taking an important step in the expansion of MUIS Software by r...
Tags: UK, Germany, Trends, Tech, ERP, Netherlands, M&a, Deloitte, Scandinavia, Gdpr, The Hague, Dutch Chamber of Commerce, CTRL, Deloitte Global, Main Capital, Heemskerk


Why SAP CEO Bill McDermott signs his emails 'XO, Bill' since buying Utah startup Qualtrics for $8 billion cash (SAP)

If you get an email from SAP CEO Bill McDermott these days, you'll see him sign it "XO, Bill." But he's not sending hugs and kisses. He's reminding his people why he spent $8 billion cash to buy Utah software company, Qualtrics, last fall and facing down criticism that price he paid was too high.  McDermott recently outlined the virtues of the deal just as SAP began handing out pink slips worldwide.  These days SAP CEO Bill McDermott signs his emails. "XO, Bill," he tells Business Insider. Bu...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Utah, Instagram, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Ipo, Trends, ERP, Salt Lake City, Deloitte, Bill, Smith, Sap


8 Major Tips to Develop Your Procurement Performance

Today, procurement plays a crucial role for many organizations because of the key influence it has on the overall costs of the business. The primary objective of a successful procurement organization is something beyond the conventional belief of obtaining goods with response to internal requirements. Most organizations have optimized the entire process to produce important business value. However, many procurement professionals are busy juggling with various projects, communicating across teams...
Tags: Sales, Tips, Deloitte, Deloitte Chief Procurement Officers CPO


Then & Now: What Matters Most to Drivers

Imagine if cars could communicate with each other in order to prevent possible collisions? What if you could see a forecast of maintenance updates  and costs (and how to lower them) based on your driving habits? How about if your car had the ability to find, book and pay for nearby parking? Vehicle connectivity is paving the way for the future of transportation, but concerns over affordability, safety and privacy will play a critical role in how certain features are prioritized and governed....
Tags: US, Autos, Deloitte


Livingbridge backs marketing agency Brainlabs

Livingbridge has made an investment in London-based Brainlabs, a marketing agency. No financial terms were disclosed. JEGI | CLARITY represented and advised the shareholders of Brainlabs on the transaction. PRESS RELEASE New York, NY, March 13, 2019 – Working with a roster of leading brands including Formula1 and TUI, Brainlabs provides a single solution marketing model bringing together technology, biddable agency services and consultancy. Founded in 2012, the company has grown organically from...
Tags: Google, Europe, New York, Texas, London, US, Trends, Deloitte, Financial Times, UK US, Business Services, PE Deals, Livingbridge, Daniel Gilbert, Brainlabs


A Growing Number of Freelancers are Providing Professional Services to Businesses

MBO Partners recently released their 3rd annual Client of Choice study.  Like prior years, the 2019 study focuses on the growing group of highly-skilled independent professionals (freelancers, independent consultants, etc.) who provide services to businesses on a regular basis. And the number of independent professionals has grown quite rapidly. As the study chart below shows, it's increased from 4.5 million in 2011 to 5.9 million in 2014, and to 7.4 million in 2018.  This makes it one of t...
Tags: Sales, Deloitte, Freelance, Sap, Gig Economy, MBO, Independent workers, MBO Partners, Emergent Research, Ardent Partners


Peter Principle (in Startups)

Is it true? The Peter principle states that “every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence”. If someone is good at her job, she’ll be promoted into a job that demands different skills. If she’s good at the new job too, she’ll be promoted again, requiring yet another set of skills. One day, she will arrive at a job for which she is wholly unsuited, and there she will stick. Since when did a manager ever get sacked for anything?The Peter Principle is satire: it mocks managemen...
Tags: Deloitte, Kpmg, Council, Harvard Business Review, Start, Peter, McKinsey Co, Tim Harford, San Francisco Silicon Valley, Peter Principle


Gabrielle Union to Keynote at Variety’s Entertainment Marketing Summit

Variety‘s Entertainment Marketing Summit presented by Deloitte will examine the industry’s changing brand and content strategies, and actress Gabrielle Union will speak about her creative partnership and new collection with apparel brand New York & Company in a keynote address. Held in Los Angeles on March 21, Variety‘s co-editor-in-chief Claudia Eller will moderate a panel […]
Tags: Gabrielle Union, News, Los Angeles, Deloitte, Variety, Claudia Eller, New York Company, Entertainment Marketing Summit


Platinum Equity to buy majority of Iberconsa from Portobello Capital

Platinum Equity said March 7 that it agreed to buy a majority of Grupo Ibérica de Congelados SA. Sellers include Portobello Capital and affiliates of the company’s founding families. Financial terms weren’t announced. Iberconsa, of Vigo, Spain, provides frozen seafood products, including hake, Argentine red shrimp and squid. PRESS RELEASE Platinum Equity to Acquire Spanish Seafood Provider Iberconsa From Portobello Capital   LOS ANGELES, March 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Platinum Equity today an...
Tags: Europe, Global, Los Angeles, Trends, Spain, South Africa, Paris, Deloitte, Wyndham, Johnson Johnson, Nomura, Ernst Young, Vivanta, Southern Europe, Platinum Equity, Chesterbrook


Samsung is said to be trying to fix a creasing issue with the $1,980 Galaxy Fold's screen

Samsung is said to be working to address a flaw in the Galaxy Fold's screen that results in a crease after the phone has been folded about 10,000 times, Bloomberg reports. The company is reportedly considering offering free screen replacements to Galaxy Fold buyers after the device launches. Samsung is also said to be working on two new foldable phones to follow the Galaxy Fold. Samsung is said to be working to improve the durability of the screen on its Galaxy Fold, the nearly $2,000 foldabl...
Tags: Amazon, Motorola, Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Barcelona, Xiaomi, Deloitte, Huawei, Mobile World Congress


5 days in India and Spotify already has 1 million+ users

Spotify launched in India last week at last and despite heavy competition from local services they’ve already gained over a million listeners. Spotify have confirmed that in their first 5 days of launching in India over 1 million active users have logged on to both their free and Premium streaming tiers. With 24.8 million monthly active users outside of North America, Latin America and Europe that’s a significant boost in less than a week that will be pleasing the Spotify team and it’s inv...
Tags: Spotify, Europe, Music, India, Music Streaming, Streaming, Deloitte, Digital Music News, Music Stores, North America Latin America, Listeners, JioSaavn


Deloitte: SABC8 did not receive any donation from Bosasa

Sanef commissioned Deloitte to conduct a forensic investigation following allegations that Bosasa paid out R100 000 to the SABC8's funding campaign
Tags: Deloitte, Sanef, Bosasa


Clyde Blowers exits Hydreco

Clyde Blowers Capital said Feb. 28 that it closed the sale of Hydreco to Duplomatic Motion Solutions, which is backed by Alcedo. Financial terms weren’t announced. Hydreco, of the U.K., is a hydraulic technologies provider. PRESS RELEASE CBC complete sale of Hydreco to Duplomatic Motion Solutions Clyde Blowers Capital (CBC), Duplomatic Motion Solutions (Duplomatic) and Alcedo SGR (Alcedo) are delighted to announce they have completed the successful sale of hydraulic technologies provider, Hydrec...
Tags: Europe, UK, Australia, China, India, US, Trends, Cms, M&a, Cavendish, Deloitte, Cbc, APAC, Bryan Cave, Alcedo, Clyde Blowers Capital


These Two Important Elements Make Up Your Company Culture

By David Pierce We’ve all experienced it: walking into a place of business and, within a few seconds, having that “feeling.” It’s the feeling of uncomfortableness that resonates from the employees—the scowling, unfriendly, “why are you here?” feeling. You can see it in their eyes, in their body language, and hear it in their tone of voice. The place actually feels like there’s a storm cloud in the room. And then there are the times you walk into a business and feel so welcomed, that you have to ...
Tags: Disney, Sales, David, United States, Pwc, Deloitte, Disney World, The Walt Disney Company, David Pierce, Disney World The Walt Disney Company


Connected car platform Mojio locks in $40 mln Series B

Mojio, a connected car platform, has secured $40 million in Series B funding. Kensington Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included Innogy Ventures, Iris Capital, Telus Ventures, Trend Forward Capital, Amazon Alexa Fund, BDC IT Venture Fund, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners and Relay Ventures. PRESS RELEASE CAMPBELL, CALIF. – Feb. 20, 2018 – Today, Mojio – the leading technology platform and SaaS provider for connected cars – announced that it has closed an over...
Tags: Trends, Canada, Silicon Valley, Vancouver, Deloitte, Las Vegas, Mojio, Bosch, Calif, Assurant, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, VC Deals, MWC Barcelona, Kensington Capital, Amazon Alexa Fund BDC, Trend Forward Capital


Panerai Submersible PAM983, PAM985 & PAM961 Experience Watches Hands-On

It should come as no surprise that the travel and tourism sector remains one of the world’s fastest growing (bookings hit $1.6 trillion in 2017, according to a recent Deloitte report), with an increasingly persistent trend being the value of “experiences over things.” With the... The post Panerai Submersible PAM983, PAM985 & PAM961 Experience Watches Hands-On appeared first on aBlogtoWatch.
Tags: Watches, Deloitte, Hands-on, Dive Watches, Military Watches, SIHH 2019


Main Street banks say challengers like Monzo, N26 and Chime pose the biggest disruptive threat to their businesses — and they're fighting back

Main Street banks believe challenger banks will increasingly impact their business in 2019, according to a recent survey.  Upstart banks like Monzo, N26 and Chime continue to grow their client base, and 30% of the survey's respondents believe they represent the single biggest threat to their business in 2019.  Goliath is starting to worry about David.  Main Street banks believe upstarts like Monzo, N26 and Chime, known as challenger banks, pose a significant threat to their business, accordin...
Tags: Trends, Deloitte, Wells Fargo, Bank of Montreal, Kelly King, Monzo, Monzo N26, Visa SunTrust, SunTrust BB T, Chris Britt Big, Silicon Valley Sign


Premier League January transfer spending falls for first time since 2012

La Liga correspondent Sid Lowe joins the show to talk Denis Suarez and what type of impact he'll have at Arsenal. Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner tackle this weekends Premiere League fixtures, including a big match up between Manchester City and Arsenal. The amount spent by Premier League clubs in the January transfer window fell for the first time since 2012, figures released by the Sports Business Group at Deloitte have shown. Clubs in the top division spent £180 million in the win...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Premier League, La Liga, Manchester City, Arsenal, Transfers, Deloitte, Premiere League, English Premier League, Alexis Nunes, Paul Mariner, Sid Lowe, Denis Suarez, Sports Business Group


Is It Possible That Radio Dodged The Digital Bullet?

With conventional broadcast radio now beset from all sides by streaming services, podcasts, and satellite, the future of this form of legacy entertainment is often brought into question, however some key signs suggest it may be weathering the digital storm better than expected. __________________________ Guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategy  No matter who you talk to, there's no denying broadcast radio is facing existential challenges largely due to the onslaught of dig...
Tags: Amazon, Music, Hbo, Washington Post, Germany, Netflix, Canada, Deloitte, States, Nielsen, Hulu, Don, Stewart, Burbank, Las Vegas Convention Center, Fred Jacobs


Great Customer Experiences Start With Great Employee Experiences

"Customer experience" is the great watchword of 2018 -- and it was a great watchword in 2017 and 2016, too. Eighty-five percent of executives said that CX was important to their companies' strategic priorities, in an Accenture survey. Sixty-two percent of companies viewed CX delivered by contact centers as a competitive differentiator, Deloitte found. Four out of five CX professionals predicted their brand would compete with rivals completely -- or nearly completely -- on CX by late 2019, Ga...
Tags: Ecommerce, Gartner, Deloitte, Accenture


Deloitte fined over company linked to scandal-hit 1MDB

Malaysian regulator says firm failed to report irregularities in Islamic bond programmeDeloitte has been fined 2.2m ringgitt (£415,000) by Malaysian regulators for failures in its audit of a firm linked to the scandal-ridden state fund, 1MDB.The Securities Commission Malaysia said Deloitte was reprimanded because it failed to report the irregularities detected in the Sukuk Murabahah Programme, an Islamic bond issued by Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd (BMSB). Continue reading...
Tags: Business, UK News, World news, Financial Sector, Regulators, Asia Pacific, Malaysia, Deloitte, Accountancy, Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Securities Commission Malaysia


Deloitte fined £400,000 over company linked to scandal-hit 1MDB

Malaysian regulator says firm failed to report irregularities in Islamic bond programmeDeloitte has been fined 2.2m ringgitt (£415,000) by Malaysian regulators for failures in its audit of a firm linked to the scandal-ridden state fund, 1MDB.The Securities Commission Malaysia said Deloitte was reprimanded because it failed to report the irregularities detected in the Sukuk Murabahah Programme, an Islamic bond issued by Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd (BMSB). Continue reading...
Tags: Business, UK News, World news, Financial Sector, Regulators, Asia Pacific, Malaysia, Deloitte, Accountancy, Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Securities Commission Malaysia


Grammy Awards Say This 'Leaked' List Of Winners Is Fake

[UPDATED] A partial list of Grammy winners which was "leaked" via Twitter is a fake, according to The Recording Academy, which oversees the music awards. Main Pop Data published a list of winners in several main categories that it said had leaked on the Grammy web site. Main Pop Data "leaked" the apparently false list of winners in three main tweets Monday. Winners of the 2019 #GRAMMYS have apparently been leaked through their official website, with the "Big 3" categories named to the...
Tags: Music, Deloitte, Grammys, Music Business, Conventions & Awards, Bruce Houghton, Recording Academy, Chloe, Main Pop Data


Real Madrid take top spot from Man Utd in ‘money league’

Real Madrid have knocked Manchester United off the top of Deloitte’s Football Money League
Tags: Manchester United, Man Utd, Real Madrid, Deloitte