Discussions about blockchain are heating up. Blockchain is not only about crypto currencies, it can create true value for a company. In their book “The Real Business of Blockchain”, Christophe Uzureau and David Furlonger, present a clear-eyed view of this technology. In our interview with analyst and author Christophe Uzureau, he explains what components are needed for a real blockchain, how the UEFA is using it already and what the discussion of data security has to do with this topic.
Mix your favourite smoothie or shake wherever you want. The times of preparing your smoothie at home are over. The BlendJet is a portable powerful blender that is perfect for healthy drinks and meals on the go. We talked to founder and CEO Ryan Pamplin about the product development and its key functions.
Omega-3 fatty acids have been making headlines with their myriad benefits for the body. With growing interest in improved health and diet, so grows the demand on the world’s already overfished oceans, as oily fish in particular are an excellent source of Omega-3s. The solution: ecologically farmed fish. KALI TUNA d.o.o. takes ecological tuna farming seriously. European Business spoke with Owner Jiro Kambe to find out how the company combats overfishing and where the tuna farming industry is headed in the future.
Everyone knows Dropbox, the original cloud storage company. However, in June, the company announced a totally new concept of Dropbox that offers a workspace for any kind of content and real-time collaboration across a wealth of apps and tools for workers and teams. In our interview, Geraldine MacCarthy, Head of Dropbox Business in EMEA, reveals significant changes in company history, new functions, and explains why businesses should think about using Dropbox Business for improving the way we work.
What does the future of urban mobility look like and what about the recent e-scooter trend? Chris Bruntlett, the Dutch Cycling Embassy’s Marketing & Communications Manager talked to European Business about these questions and other aspects of urban mobility.
Water with taste, created solely through fragrance: This is what air up promises. The bottle is fitted with a pod, which sends fragrance into the throat. How exactly though, does bland tap water get to taste of lemon or apple? We asked founder Fabian Schlang.
The Dutch Cycling Embassy, a public-private partnership based in Delft, wants to enable cities around the world to learn from the striking example the Netherlands has been setting in urban cycling over the past four decades. But just like Rome wasn’t built in a day, neither was Amsterdam’s reputation as the world’s most popular place to explore by bike. European Business spoke with Chris Bruntlett, Marketing & Communications Manager, about how the Netherlands became the world’s number one cycling country and how other cities can benefit from the cycling experience of the Dutch.
He is one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our time and can look back on special achievements: Mark Cuban. He reveals in the interview, what it feels like for the basketball fan to be the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and what tips he has for other companies.
We spend almost a third of our lifetime in bed – but not everyone gets the rest they need. Dutch company Somnox has taken a completely new approach to tackling sleeplessness or poor sleep by inventing a sleep robot. Why the sleep robot might be the long-sought solution and how it affects the sleeping routine of couples explained Data Analyst Hylke Martens in an interview with European Business.
Is your business ready for digitalization? If not, you cannot compete. It is time to start learning now by getting to know the language of digital transformation. In his book “Digital Transformation – Survive and Thrive in an Era of Mass Extinction” author Thomas M. Siebel reveals guidelines every manager needs to survive the digital age. In our interview, we found out if digital transformation is constantly changing, why managers don’t address that topic as being urgent and if genetically modified citizens are likely in future.