10 LATIN TRENDS FOR 2015

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trendwatching.com's 10 LATIN TRENDS FOR 2015 from trendwatching.com

Another one from trendwatching.com

A-Z Culture Glossary of 2015: The Trends You Need to Know to be Relevant

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A-Z Culture Glossary of 2015: The Trends You Need to Know to be Relevant from sparks & honey

this one is from sparks & honey! Happy reading

10 ASIAN TRENDS FOR 2015

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trendwatching.com's 10 ASIAN TRENDS FOR 2015 from trendwatching.com

Always interesting thoughts by trendwatching

Mobile Trends for Destination Marketing, 2015

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Mobile Trends for Destination Marketing, 2015 from Tine Thygesen

What’s are the key changes we can expect from the technological landscape, that will have great effect on travel marketing. Interesting thoughts by Tine Thygesen

10 TRENDS FOR 2015

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trendwatching.com's 10 TRENDS FOR 2015 from trendwatching.com

The social sale! Adding value beyond the transaction

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Social Sale from We Are Social

Interesting thoughts from we are social

David Grady: How to save the world (or at least yourself) from bad meetings

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An epidemic of bad, inefficient, overcrowded meetings is plaguing the world’s businesses — and making workers miserable. David Grady has some ideas on how to stop it.

Why every brand should embrace storytelling

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Mindjet Storytelling Slideshare by from JESS3

Interesting thoughts by @JESS3

Seth Godin: Keep Making a Ruckus

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Seth Godin: Keep Making a Ruckus from 99U on Vimeo.

Seth Godin advocates us to be bold. Whether it’s a toxic work culture or stagnation in your craft, Godin urges us all to recapture the child-like delight in taking a risk. “You may know how to use fancy design tools, but if there isn’t that leap that leads to connection, it doesn’t matter….you’re not making art,” says Godin. “We didn’t build stuff because we need more beautifully laid out menus. We did it because people want to be touched, noticed, and connected.”

PSFK Future of Retail 2015

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PSFK Future of Retail 2015 Report – Summary Presentation from PSFK

PSFK Labs team explores the dynamic social, technological, and physical forces influencing consumer behavior and driving next-generation shopping experiences.

Hank Willis Thomas: Work in Society’s Subconscious

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Hank Willis Thomas: Work in Society’s Subconscious from 99U on Vimeo.

Hank Willis Thomas has made it his mission to “not make sense out of things we think make sense,” challenging our perceptions of identity, history, and symbols. In his 99U talk, Thomas shares what he’s learned from creating his provocative body of work, including the repurposing of iconic brand imagery as a commentary on race and class, particularly in regard to African-American males.

When Digital becomes Human

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When Digital becomes Human from steven van belleghem

There is an urgent need for an extreme transformation of the customer relationship. Customers live in a world of self service, big data, customer automation and the integration of the online & offline world. If your organization fails to implement the digital relation, your future becomes very uncertain. Succeeding in the digital transformation will not be enough. As a consequence of the digital evolution, there is also a need for the human transformation of your customer relationship. Thinking about the role of humans versus machines, thinking about the role of the warm human touch and considering the power to connect people with people, are the key challenges in this domain. ’When digital becomes human’ is a story about the combination of the digital and the human transformation in your customer strategy. By steven van belleghem

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