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With the latest COVID Omicron wave, hitting us hard this new year, it has proven that the pandemic is far from over. Through this uncertainty, businesses need to continue to adapt and persevere, and there is also opportunity for businesses to innovate in ways they never have before.
With artificial intelligence automating a lot of the consumer interactions through the likes of chatbots, it means customer service teams can prioritise the tasks that matter the most and the interactions that could make or break the business. If there was ever a time to adopt artificial intelligence and chatbots in your business, it really is now.
Although in the early days of the internet, shoppers were often lured online by the promise of savings, that is no longer the main attraction of e-commerce.
Exporting a business leads to better growth, opens up new ways of responding to market forces and exposes a company to new ideas.
As little as 15 years ago, the idea of buying clothes online was stressful and confusing. How would you try them on? How would you return them if they didn’t fit? What if the photos didn’t truly reflect the product?
If you’re interested in taking advantage of the recent Bitcoin boom by buying the coin on an exchange, or trading it through derivatives (such as CFDs) via a broker like easyMarkets, you first need to understand what factors influence the price of this token.
Given many small business retailers across Australia are preparing to reopen their physical stores as lockdowns look to soon be lifted by the end of the year, it’s important to have a consistent look across your physical marketing materials and your website, emails and digital communications.
Switching to D2C can not only help boost online sales, but allows a brand to take greater control of their communications strategies, supporting customers with greater empathy, managing their expectations better and learning what their customers want!
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Harrison Lingard and Garo Tanzi are the creators of ground-breaking software, aptly named fieldd, and have quite literally put love and money on the line to blaze a trail for Australian STEM and start-up industries.
Hyper is setting the strong foundation for a founders’ success early on in partnering with Ask, which will enable them to safely launch their go-to-market mission to achieve sustained success and potential virality. Together, it’s a winning combination.
Considering the layperson’s interpretation of the Nash Equilibrium, a cornerstone concept of game theory, Warrp’s relationship with the concept lies in creating the optimal outcome for buyers and sellers on its platform.