Over the last seven weeks, it has been incredibly rewarding to lead the Roadmap to MVP Program – a partnership between Haltech and Silicon Halton.
One of the most important things that a business owner has to decide in their Ecommerce Journey, is the route they are going to take in their application strategy: package implementation, SAAS, or custom implementation.
This week I attended the Collision Conference 2019 in Toronto. Felt like I was drinking from a tech fire hose for three days. Wowed by the amount to speakers, sessions, and topics. I learned a lot. 10 things I’d like to share:
Don Tapscott is one of the world’s leading thinkers on Blockchain. This 20 minute Ted Talk is one of the clearest explanations of Blockchain. Interesting, insightful, and easy to listen to.
Canada’s Podcast interviews entrepreneurs and business leaders in Canada to keep them informed on what’s going on throughout the country and globally.
I’ve read or listened to 7 of Seth Godin’s books. Each and every one has had a profound impact on my thinking. The Latest – This Is Marketing – is really important.
Everybody has the same 365 days in a year. It’s what you do with them that is important. As we set New Year’s resolutions, a big part of business focus is what we’re going to do differently in those 365 days.
I’ve just been listening to Six Billion Shoppers on Audible.com. I’m mesmerized by the global insight from e-commerce expert and former Alibaba vice president Porter Erisman.
Somewhere between Christmas and New Years this year I was served up an ad in the sidebar of YouTube (I think) for Masterclass. It was promoting Annie Liebovitz and her online class on Photography.
In the world of E-Commerce, great images produce great results. For many people, learning how to shoot and prepare great images for their online stores is a huge challenge.