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Most Popular WordPress Plugins [Infographic]

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The Total Economic Impact of Wearables

The Total Economic Impact of Wearables | Business Improvement and Social media | Scoop.it
Free White Paper to The Total Economic Impact of Wearables. Wearable tech is a new platform for the hands-on workforce - and it can transform areas of industrial businesses that haven't changed in decades.
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#HR Deep Work: The Secret to Achieving Peak Productivity

#HR Deep Work: The Secret to Achieving Peak Productivity | Business Improvement and Social media | Scoop.it
A new book says focusing intensely without distractions on a cognitively demanding task leads to peak productivity.

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Three Essential Elements of Customer Co-Creation

Three Essential Elements of Customer Co-Creation | Business Improvement and Social media | Scoop.it
The success of customer-driven innovation depends on who’s invited to participate.

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VR is disrupting the retail industry – but not in the way you might think

VR is disrupting the retail industry – but not in the way you might think | Business Improvement and Social media | Scoop.it
Virtual reality is being talked about a lot right now. Depending on who’s doing the talking, VR is either on its way to change the future as we know it, or it’s on a path toward another 90’s era extinction. Whether or not VR will make its way into consumer’s living rooms any time soon remains to be seen—in the gaming world, it’s an amazing technology but comes at a hefty price. In other industries, however, VR has already make waves when it comes to creating a learning space. We’ve seen how VR can help doctors practice medical procedures without the risk; how it can take children into the solar system; and how it helps people in different cities, countries or continents view real estate without hopping on a plane.

For those of us in the retail space, virtual commerce--or "v-commerce"--is a term you can’t get away from. We’re seeing clothing companies using it to try out virtual dressing rooms, or as a way to bring shoppers into the store with VR marketing campaigns. It’s very possible consumers will be able to shop for their weekly groceries all within a virtual space, much like they shop online now, but with the ability to actually pick up products and walk around a virtual store. This has huge potential for home décor, as we’ve seen with Ikea, and for making large purchases that wouldn’t normally be purchased online.  

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David Hain's curator insight, March 21, 6:21 AM

More digital disruption - this time Virtual Reality in retail!

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#Pymes 6 lecciones que aprendí al tratar de ubicar un nicho de mercado rentable

#Pymes 6 lecciones que aprendí al tratar de ubicar un nicho de mercado rentable | Business Improvement and Social media | Scoop.it
por Ramón Archanco - Desde luego que buscar un nicho de mercado rentable si eres emprendedor se puede parecer mucho a la búsqueda del santo grial o de la piedra
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