Whether you need some lunch time reads or something to get you past hump day, we’ve curated five links you’ll enjoy!
Australian brick and mortar retailers get a boost
The Australian retail scene has always been competitive but now there’s one important stat on local retailers’ side – Australians are making more trips to the shops. Thanks to the Internet of Things, businesses now have more access to data than ever before. This allows them to interpret and analyse the data for practical applications such as procurement, inventory management and marketing strategies.
How long can you leave that email before responding?
“Do I need to respond to this now?” While you’re the best person to know the answer to that question, here’s a handy guide by Mashable to narrow down how long you can wait before you respond to that email.
Millennial money matters
Millennials don’t have the best rep and are often being labelled lazy, self-centred and entitled. But according to CNN, the youngest Millennials, aged 18-26, are placing a high priority on saving, with 74% of them setting money aside for the future. What factors have contributed to this?
Knowledge-sharing the new global currency
Thanks to the Internet, you can get information on just about everything in a few clicks. You can just as easily and quickly share that knowledge too. Digital innovation will continue to make knowledge available to us instantly so here’s how we can all benefit from this!
Where did Silicon Valley’s culture come from?
Silicon Valley – home of casual dress, flexible working conditions and tech companies like Google, Facebook and Evernote. This informal and laid back culture eclipses the highly intensive work environment. Where did such an informal culture obsessed with innovation originate from?