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Have you always wanted to try on clothes, glasses, shoes, or cosmetics without heading to the store? The solution could be virtual try-on technology. Virtual try-ons in retail have been around for a few years now, with varying results and user experiences. While the technology has come a long way over the past few years – there is still a way to go.
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In the era of fintech giants, neobanks, and modern payment processors, the buy now pay later (BNPL) model has picked up speed in recent years. While it has been around for some time now, new startups are joining the industry, aiming to offer the next big thing for customers.
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What does it take to fight financial crimes like fraud and money laundering? In many cases, these are crimes that are not reported to the police. They often go by unnoticed. This makes them harder to detect in the first place and even harder to investigate.
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We’ve heard the phrase “new normal” a lot over the past year. The new normal for many now is working from home and hiring remotely.
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Good design is key to business success. It can increase customer satisfaction, boost sales, and help create business value. According to McKinsey’s The Business Value of Design report, the companies that are strong at design show superior business performance and outperform industry-benchmark growth by as much as two to one.
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Modern banking has come a long way in many areas, but one way it falls behind is racial discrimination.
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Where do the lines blur between art and technology? Technology has allowed for much broader access to art. It’s also given a platform for many artists to share their work. Historically, it would have been much more difficult to distribute your art, but in the age of YouTube and social media, we have more access to art than ever. In this Disruption Talks episode, we speak with someone who understands this concept better than most, Harry Yeff, Artist in Residence E.A.T at Nokia Bell Labs. Harry discusses the role of art in society and how technology is key to understanding ourselves.
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Adi Pavlovic was “perfect” for Keller Williams. Not because he was well-trained in the real estate industry, but the opposite. He knew nothing about real estate.
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We’d like to help you prepare for the hiring process at Netguru - we share tips on what to expect at interviews and what to expect from us. Is it possible to run such a process in an equitable manner? We tried!
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Rather than adding solutions on top of problems, organizations like Project X Global work from the ground up by providing solutions at every step in a value chain. Project X Global is a WWF-founded corporate accelerator that helps organizations adopt sustainable innovations throughout their supply chain. In this Disruption Talks episode, we spoke with Frederic Hoffmann, Chief Development Officer at Project X Global, about how they approach sustainability.
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Sustainability is certainly a hot topic in the business world right now. Plenty of companies are trying to become more sustainable, while others are more hesitant. By now, many are aware of the brands that are still green-washing their products and services. They’ll make promises to plant trees, but it's not measurable when it comes to making a real impact. It’s just PR.
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The automotive industry is at the dawn of a new era. With traditional ideas about how we drive and own cars changing, the industry has been forced to start evolving and become more digital. However, this isn’t the only challenge it’s facing.
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Assembling a team is easy. You can post a description on a job board, hire the first few people who respond, and you’re done. You have a team. However, assembling a successful, collaborative, and innovative team is a bit more challenging. Actually, a lot more challenging.
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It starts from the top. Akshay Chopra believes that if you want to be an innovative and disruptive company, it all starts with the leaders of your company. Chopra’s opinion should be considered.
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Without a doubt, super apps are the next big thing in the world of consumer tech: they provide  access to multiple services in one place and so are bound to disrupt the way retail, e-commerce and online service businesses approach both their service portfolio and user experience. The super app strategy offers even more convenience and simplicity to users than traditional apps, so it’s here to stay.
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What does it take to become an innovative Fintech brand? We spoke with two Senior Design Leads at Klarna, the Swedish fintech company, Marcus Johansson and Robin Lantz, to find out more about the changing landscape of fintech. They discuss the opportunities and challenges of new technology, innovation, and how user behavior has changed - perhaps forever.
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Many traditional banks are still seen as lagging in innovation. Finstreet, a dynamic German consulting company, has been supporting corporate financial institutions to make sure they stay competitive.  We talked with Jan Schütz, Senior Innovation Manager at finstreet, about the current situation in the financial services industry, what it takes to create, implement and scale innovative solutions, and what we can expect from the industry in the future.
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In recent years, the insurance industry has finally started to embrace digital technology, as insurtech startups have forced the traditional players to adapt if they want to survive. Wefox, a digital insurance marketplace, is at the forefront of the changes. Having successfully moved what has historically been a face-to-face business online, the company is looking into the future, a world where the Internet of Things, data science and artificial intelligence will play major roles in our lives, including how we insure what is valuable to us.
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AI is evolving at an incredible rate. Consumers are starting to encounter AI-powered products on a regular basis as we go about our increasingly digital lives, and yet the industry is still in its infancy, with lots of room to innovate. Hour One is one of the companies proving that AI can go further than we ever dreamed of. The New York-based start-up uses AI to generate digital characters based on real people which businesses can hire for educational, professional, and commercial use.
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Hunger. Disease. Forced migration. Many of us have a solution to these problems at heart. We’re donating our savings to charities, which collectively amounts to billions of dollars a year, and yet the problems don’t seem to go away. Of course these are complex issues, but is it possible that the way many charities approach them is simply ineffective?
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