Can a growing experiential entertainment company revolutionize its product offering? Leveraging open innovation and new technologies allows iFLY to soar to new heights!
This is a time of digital Darwinism — an era where technology and society are evolving faster than businesses can naturally adapt. Can DHL a leading global logistics company rise up to the challenge to remain competitive?
IKEA launched its VR app in 2016 and AR app in 2017. Why does the home goods and furniture company develop VR and AR apps? How can these technologies affect IKEA's supply chain in the future?
Royal Caribbean will have to reinvent itself in order to compete in the art of cruise ship supply chain and tourism operations.
Alibaba wants the Chinese to shop at Macy’s New York without leaving the comforts of their homes in Shenzhen.
A short story of Google Maps’ past, present and future
In 2013 the average human attention span was found to be shorter than that of a goldfish. With an increasing availability of succinct, captivating, free content, consumers are increasingly less willing to pay for physical newspapers and online content. How will the New York Times remain relevant and profitable?
Museums are undergoing massive changes to update their visitors experience by integrating emerging technologies.
Who wants to spend an afternoon at a museum when you can binge-watch the latest season of House of Cards on Netflix? The greatest challenge that the Metropolitan Museum of Art faces is to stay relevant in the digital world and compete for the attention of an increasingly distracted audience.
Do you enjoy the experience surrounding the visit of a museum? Virtual Reality (VR) headsets are slowly emerging as a substitute to visiting art galleries, potentially threatening museums’ business model.