Web Design and Market Invention
Web designers are the architects that create the visual elements of the site, the stuff the user sees. Web developers create the functionality that works in the background. When working together, the two disciplines deliver a seamless, clean experience that ignites a buyer’s interest.
Five Lessons From the Growing Artisan Economy
We hear a lot about the artisan economy. It’s a movement towards personalized, hand-made, small-scale production that has been gaining lots of momentum in the US. So much momentum, in fact, that artisans are taking a measurable chip out of mid-sized manufacturers. According to the Inter-American Development Bank, if the artisan economy were a country, it would have the fourth largest economy in the world. While larger sized businesses obviously cannot compete with some aspects of the artisan economy, they can certainly reflect on some of the principles that are propelling artisan growth and apply them to their own organizations.
Nonni's Biscotti owns its Market, but will it stay in first place?
Before Nonni’s came out with its first gourmet cookies in 1988, few Americans had a clue what a biscotti was. But the company presented its simple, crunchy cookies as a classier, healthier alternative to traditional American cookies, and biscotti soon became a national trend.
Portland, Oregon: A Growing U.S. Market of Invention
Portland, Oregon has promptly become one of America’s most alluring and fastest-growing cities. According to the U.S. Census, the Rose City is growing at clip of 1.36 percent per year. Known for its unmatched lifestyle, food, and drink, the city is also notorious for its creative weirdness. Yes, “Keep Portland Weird” is not only a cute motto, but a way of life.
How A Corporate Crisis Leads To Market Invention
In the past year, several companies have seen their previously respected reputations, staff morale, and overall profits severely dwindle as a result of a damning crisis that hit their business. However, a crisis should be seen as a learning lesson and opportunity to change, improve and invent.
Three Market Invention Trends for the Legal Industry
The traditional operation model for legal services is antiquated. Historically, the market has tolerated rampant inefficiency and low value for price. Lawyers typically don’t score high on the “benefit to society” scoreboard, either. But modern consumers want change: there is a growing demand for legal firms that engage with clients and operate with speed, accuracy, and convenience. And consumers want this efficiency at a much lower cost.
Market Invention Techniques for Realtors
Only a few years ago, many people believed that most Millennials would never be homeowners.