Recently I sit down with Bertrand Pellegrin, president of b. on brand and author of the book “Branding the Man: Why Men Are the Next Frontier in Fashion Retail” for a conversation on global retailing trends. We had both just finished reading KPMG’s Luxury Experiences in China report and the Economist article on Retailing in China titled “Walmart v Wumart”.
We recorded the following short Q&A about the subject. Hope you enjoy our converation.
Key points made during our conversation include:
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Tags: China, luxury, retail, retailing, trends, watches, wine
Networks are an essential part of business, education, government, and home communications. Many residential, business, and mobile IP networking trends are being driven largely by a combination of video, social networking and advanced online collaboration applications — when described together, it’s called “visual networking.”
The Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) is the company’s ongoing effort to forecast and analyze the growth and use of IP networks worldwide. Earlier this month, we announced the latest report, the Cisco Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 2010-2015. The following is a thought-provoking summary of the key findings — see how we visualize the future of the Mobile Internet.
Please feel free to include this Cisco VNI animation video in your own blog posts.
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Tags: data, forecast, mobile, Networks, traffic, trends, video, visual networking index
Did you know there’s a correlation between a country’s coffee consumption and its appetite for technology? Here’s a follow-up to an earlier blog I posted on my Top 5 predictions for 2011 which range from network economics to books and eReaders to coffee drinking.
Many of you shared some great insights and I’m eager to hear more. What trends do you see coming in your crystal ball?
Tags: 2011, coffee, eBooks, economy, ereaders, networking, predictions, social, technology, trends