Monthly Archives: April 2019

Here’re the Technological Innovations that Manufacturing Industry Should Adopt

The advancing technology has eased the lives of people in a big way. From morning till bedtime, one engages with technology to complete daily errands such as cooking, washing clothes and shopping. With the increasing reliance on technology, companies are adopting high-tech tools to render faster and better services to customers. In efforts to gain.

5 Top AI Trends

Here are 5 significant artificial intelligence trends to look forward to that will affect myriad industries on an international scale led by giant tech companies that are now investing huge sums in artificial intelligence research. Last year, implementations of AI rose significantly in so many platforms, tools and applications around the world, impacting healthcare, education and.

LA’s industrial market is tops among foreign investors in US: report

The Los Angeles area industrial market is still having its moment, and the draw isn’t just from U.S. investors. China and Canada are also big buyers. Industrial investment from China and Canada reached an all-time high in the U.S., accounting for 70 percent of 2018’s total foreign investment. Total foreign investment almost tripled last year.

With Millennials In Mind, Outdoor Retailer REI Doubles Down On Rentals And Used Gear Sales

In the latest sign that sustainability is the retail industry’s big trend, specialty outdoor gear retailer REI is “significantly” expanding its rental and used gear sales programs and trade-in options. While REI, known for its co-op membership model, has historically hosted in-store “garage” sales a few times a year to resell gently used products that customers.

Bitcoin, BlackRock And The Rise Of Alternatives

s news circulates that indexing giant BlackRock is reorganizing itself with an emphasis on higher-fee alternative assets, a few are beginning to believe that bitcoin could ultimately find its place among these nontraditional assets. Change comes slowly to institutional investors like pensions funds. In the 1950s and 1960s, pensions mostly shunned stocks in favor of bonds. Today,.

Primed For Growth, German Battery Maker Akasol AG Is Coming To America

As electric vehicles (EVs) begin to take off in the worldwide pursuit of reducing CO2 emissions, AKASOL AG of Germany has positioned itself as a key battery supplier, primarily for commercial vehicles. They specialize in liquid-cooled, compact battery systems. Most of the company’s current market is in Europe, where more and more cities are mandating the transition to.

Consumers Are Choosing Brands That Support the Earth

More than ever, consumers have become the swinging voters of product success. Most people are choosing companies that take a stand on important social, cultural, environmental and political issues. That’s according to an online survey of nearly 30,000 people by Accenture Strategy, conducted across 35 countries between August and October 2018. From compostable doggy poo bags and.

Important Steps To Shaping A Healthier Future Of Food

According to the US department of health, about 50% of adults in America struggle with preventable chronic diseases. Many of these diseases were reported to be related to physical inactivity and poor eating habits. These range from cardiovascular diseases to poor bone health,  to type 2 diabetes. Work done by May and colleagues (2012) showed that the.

China Tells Indians To Work “9-9-6” To Catch Up With Them — It Won’t Work

Rather than boycotting products manufactured in China, China is urging Indians to work long hours to catch up with them in manufacturing. That’s according to a recent Globaltimes article, in response to Indian protests against Chinese-manufactured products. “Many Chinese workers have embraced the “9-9-6” culture, while many billionaires in China work even longer hours,” writes.