Sagar Shah is the Founder & CEO of Nature’s Guru, a global tea company focused on innovative gourmet foods using superfood ingredients.
Whether you’re a new direct-to-consumer brand looking to make your mark or an established e-commerce business with robust sales, today’s competitive climate requires companies to look outside the box to new channels to drive revenue and attract new customers. With the current pandemic taking hold and effectively crippling retail brick-and-mortar distribution, the need to develop an online, multichannel strategy has never been more important.
One channel that some companies might start to include in their go-to-market plan is eBay. Personally, I have sold on eBay in the past and have instructed other sellers to supply as well. Through this experience, I’ve seen that while not as popular as Amazon, there can be a variety of advantages of selling on eBay, including a large international customer base
As Black Lives Matter earns the “biggest movement in U.S. history” ribbon, progress in gender equality is losing steam after decades of improvement.
For many technology events, legacy barriers evaporated given the shift to strictly-remote conferences and interactive webcasts. The question begs, ‘Is open access enough?’ Today’s virtual reality is an ideal time for research on, reflection in and planning for a more equitable future for women’s presence in tech events.
What the data tells us
Ensono – a hybrid IT services provider – recently released Speak Up 2020: Redesigning Tech Conferences With Women In Mind. In this year’s report, Ensono not only refreshed their previous survey by sharing women’s responses when asked about their tech conference experiences, but chose to dig a bit deeper on diversity and the role of unconscious bias in conference planning.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 – Insilico Medicine, a global leader in artificial intelligence for drug discovery and development, will present its latest results in modern and next-generation AI for drug discovery and productive longevity at the Live Leveraging Intelligent Tech for Drug Development Forum on September 30, 2020.
AI, automation and data integration are condensing the timeline from discovery to development and solving biological problems. On September 30th, leaders from biotech and pharma will discuss specific examples of how these technological advancements are reshaping the drug development landscape.
While technology continues to revolutionize biotech, pharmaceutical companies are investing heavily in modernizing internally to embrace and embed these innovations throughout their organizational structure and culture. On the clinical trial front, not only are sponsors pressed to have remote and decentralized designs for their trial models due to the ongoing