Wellness Technology aka “WellTech” has been funded $2B showing early market growth. We’re expecting further investment from investors, based upon market analysis.
Tech startups are expecting to IPO with a combined amount of $246B in 2019 –spurring more innovation in the tech industry. While many other industries are expecting to slow down, innovation in tech will likely accelerate.
We interviewed HR leaders to find out how they’re using technology to help employees, here’s frequently mentioned technology vendors.
Hundreds of tech startups promise to change our wellbeing: bodies, minds, communities, and the physical spaces around us. It leaves us with many questions around data, business models, and the changing structure of society as we lean on technology for ourselves.
2018 was a Pivotal Year for the Tech Sector, and Digital in General The luster of Silicon Valley is wearing thin with revelations of fake news, societal manipulation, threats to public health, elections, security and beyond. Personal data breaches of Facebook were only the beginning. This was the year the EU implemented the General Data Protection […]
In the age of big data, many are asking: is automation the solution to the content problem? Jessica Groopman and Rebecca Lieb have published new research addressing this issue — Automated Content: How Artificial Intelligence Impacts Content Throughout the Organization.
Today we’re proud to announce Kaleido Insights’ partnership with our savvy friends at Edelman Digital on their 2019 digital trends forecasting report: Innovating with Impact in an Era of Accountability.
We’ve started a new research stream in the area of Modern Wellbeing; Technology is impacting yet another massive movement, which will cause significant ripples across society, economies, and business models. Over a decade agoI was analyzing how social technology democratized information, forever changing communications, media, marketing, and even governments. About five years ago, I dove […]
For those tracking the consumer electronics market, the last 10 years have brought about a sea change. The rise of internet-connected appliances coupled with the falling costs of sensor, mobile and cloud technologies has disrupted traditional product-based business models while shifting consumer expectations for product (and brand) experiences. More and more, consumers expect their analog […]
In this half-hour video, Ruth King interviews Rebecca Lieb about her most recent book, Content: The Atomic Particle of Marketing, co-written with Jaimy Szysmanski.