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After all the setbacks of this year, Boeing could do with some positive publicity. And that's exactly what they have done with their collaboration with the iconic spacecraft from the Star Wars franchise, which lifted off in Disney World Park in Florida. This event was held to celebrate the new attraction "Rise of the Resistance" which will put guests in the middle of an altercation between the Resistance and the First Order.
Finding the right digital talents in Belgium is proving to be problematic. The lack of developers in particular is hurting some companies, which are now using every trick in the book to find them. Odoo for instance, a famous ERP company in Belgium, has offered to pay 10 000€ to any developer joining them.
While Larry Page and Sergey Brin take a step back, or as some will say, put themselves in the shade while keeping their place as board members, Sundar Pichai is promoted CEO of Google and Alphabet. The eyes of the world are on him to see how he will manage the different Alphabet companies such as Waymo, Verily, Calico, and many others...
According to a Deutsche Bank's research, cryptocurrencies have the potential to replace cash. However, for this to happen, cryptocurrencies would have to become legal in the eyes of governments. Only then will they be able to spread and become more accessible globally. There are many advantages to cryptocurrencies, and the adoption curve of this payment method is very similar to the one of the Internet a few years ago...
Auxipress Annual Review 2019- The major trends shaping the Belgian Media landscape
In the wake of the resounding success met by Alibaba Group’s Singles day and the astronomical revenues generated by these events, all eyes are set on Amazon’s Black Friday.
Au quotidien, nous sommes bombardés de milliers de messages publicitaires venant de différents canaux de communication et de différentes marques. Celles-ci sont omniprésentes dans notre environnement quotidien, partout où l’œil pourrait se poser, selon le New York Times.