A White Paper on the impact of emerging tech on retail

A White Paper on the impact of emerging tech on retail

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Using data to win elections

A US designed software system called i360 that was critical in delivering successes for Donald Trump in key swing states was also used successfully by the South Australian Liberal Party last month. People say it was critical in their winning for the first time in 16 years. i360’s comprehensive data capability is a combination of hard data points and predictive modeling. It allows you to reach your target audience anywhere they consume media. Using their system you can focus on getting the right message to the right voter wherever that may be. http://i-360.com

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Get all your school’s communications in one place

A new app called Skool Loop helps school principals who are spending an increasing amount of time on administrative functions. It provides a simple, user-friendly process for schools to quickly and easily communicate with the school community. The app contains features such as instant messaging, school calendar synchronisation, absentee messaging, newsletters and notices. It’s free, secure, and doesn’t require any training to use. Participating schools in Australia and NZ are allocated a team member who will set it up for them, free of charge. www.skoolloop.com

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An active kids voucher

The NSW Government is helping kids get active with the new Active Kids program. Parents, guardians and carers can apply for a voucher valued up to $100 per calendar year for each student enrolled in school. The voucher may be used with a registered activity provider for registration, participation and membership costs for sport, fitness and active recreation activities. The idea was mentioned as part of a briefing by the NSW Treasurer to the Sydney Financial Forum today. https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-active-kids-voucher

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The best source of innovation is with your staff!

IdeaSpies Enterprise

According to David Thodey AO, Chair CSIRO “the best source of innovation is with your staff – they know the business and how to improve it”.  Staff at all levels who are creative can contribute useful ideas. We all have choices about how much thought and time we put into something. When our ideas and suggestions are not adequately considered we just seek to contribute elsewhere. IdeaSpies Enterprise is a new, fun and effective idea capture tool that’s designed to encourage ideas from staff. It’s been successfully trialled by KPMG Greater Western Sydney and was launched last month. Introductory pricing for initial subscribers ends on June 30 2018. www.IdeaSpies.com/Enterprise

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Facebook Plus as a paid subscription?

What if there was a way you could pay to remove the targeted ads from Facebook, stop it from tracking everything you do and make your data more secure? Currently “we don’t pay for the product because we are the product”. Our data has been collected and is now used to influence us in many ways. A paid product could give us the sharing advantages we originally liked in Facebook without the disadvantages of lack of privacy. www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/04/05/what-if-we-paid-for-facebook-instead-of-letting-it-spy-on-us-for-free/

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Sydney helps redress Wikipedia gender bias

Women are the focus of only about 15 per cent of Wikipedia profile entries and comprise only about 10 to 15 per cent contributors. Various global initiatives have been launched to redress the imbalance, and the University of Sydney joined in this month with a “Women in Wikipedia: 2018 Edit-a-thon”, where about 50 students, staff members and volunteers created and updated entries on women — particularly Australian women writers, scientists and scholars. https://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/sydney-uni-tackles-wikipedia-gender-bias/news-story/e40cecc8bfcb79953a7c1f6544dedbc2

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A simple way to get customer feedback

This terminal has four plastic buttons adorned with faces ranging from a smiling dark green to an angry bright red. HappyOrNot is distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Push My Button, its sole reseller in the two countries. You may have noticed the terminals at overseas airports, in your doctor’s surgery or when shopping. Very interestingly this idea comes from Finland which is ranked #1 on the World Happiness Report published by the UN this month! towww.happy-or-not.com/en/

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