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ME = Consumer

“I am your client. I want my needs to be understood and satisfied. I am different from others and deserve for special attention.”

Business evolves through industrial period into being customer-oriented. Understanding your client is the key to success and competitive advantage. Indeed, world development and changes are driven by consumer needs and desires. World meets diversity of innovations in order to improve customer experience and wins the one who gets there first.

Be curious – Understand your client – Make the first move

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Anti-aging industry is on the rise. Plastic surgery, medications and DNA modifiers gain their popularity in dealing with aging.

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Perfumed Futuristic Reality

Diverse scent implementation changes its common application in perfumery. Technology makes smells transferable, storable, and memorable. Will scent change customer experience and marketing ways?

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Distributed Entertainment – Next Step VR

Distributed Entertainment is evolving. Generation Z requests a new type of leisure time. Thus, VR and AR change amusement parks and gaming industry.

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Future of micro-businesses is enabled by AI

While media portrays AI- and robotics- infused future as a[nbsp]disaster for the labor market, let’s look at what does it enable.

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Oh my Dairy! Innovations meet customer demands

The dairy industry is winning over the consumer market by offering products that suit evolving lifestyles and priorities of the new generation.

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Make-up and beauty: the epoch of inclusivity

Customization and hi-tech are truly innovative concepts in beauty market that deal with stereotyping and trigger industrial growth.

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Inequality scenarios that need attention

People are born in unequal circumstances. This article presents layers of inequalities and its outcomes.

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How much work is enough?

The article investigates the term of a liquid workforce and cross-country comparison of work productivity.

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Meet a future tourist by Ian Yeoman

The preferences and priorities will change as we see the birth of new types of tourisms, experiences and destinations.

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Single person households, DNA compatibility, polyamorous and virtual love are some scenarios of a future.

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New philosophy of education

All such measures lead to the understanding that the future of education -education 4.0- will be very different from the educational systems of today.

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Buying groceries in the future

Lifestyles, entertainment, and indulgences are all trending towards sustainable and digital options. How would grocery buying be different?

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