• Smart devices

    The smart device that will be TRULY useful in 2016

    By on 26 February 2016

    The “Internet of Things” and “smart objects” – two names for a new tidal wave of technology that covers such wide-reaching fields that it’s hard to pin down exactly what it means. According to studies such as one by consulting firm Gartner, by 2020, it will include 50 billion objects, with an estimated turnover of more than $7 trillion –

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  • A HR Manager using new recruitment tools

    Composite sketch of a modern hiring manager in 2016

    By on 21 February 2016

    What does a modern hiring manager look like? The Agorize team was thinking about this as the Decathlon challenge got underway. The answer is not as obvious as you might think. Everyone has their own idea and their opinions differ significantly. For some, it means a super-connected person who is plugged into social networks and uses big-data-inspired algorithms on a

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  • The boom of clean tech

    The clean tech boom: when technology and ecology go hand in hand

    By on 31 January 2016

    Put a bit of Evian in the tank and head out on your journey! This is what filling up at service stations could be like in the future. Or at least something to that effect. In fact, right now, clean tech has the wind under its sails, and much like wind energy, won’t be petering out any soon. The term

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  • the how-to guide for open innovation experts

    The how-to guide for open innovation experts

    By on 28 January 2016

    When it came to innovation, 2015 was without a doubt the year of digital technology. Every conversation, product or ad came with a spiel on the merits of what could be called a connected revolution! With all these new uses made possible by technological marvels (smart watches, drones, smart beanies and other gadgets), it’s hard to pinpoint THE trend for

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  • A puzzle representing partnerships between startups and large companies

    Corporate partnerships are on the rise

    By on 12 January 2016

    In the past few months, corporate partnerships have been flourishing like never before. Everyone is getting on board, from tech giants to start-ups. Whether this is just an easy way to do some co-branding or a true marketing strategy is not really important. The trend is here to stay and no one can ignore it. Naturally, companies like Google and

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  • Paintbrush representing innovation and creativity at work

    5 tips for innovating on a daily basis

    By on 12 January 2016

    Do you need to come up with innovative solutions at work? Are you being asked to innovate to stay ahead of the competition? Do you have to devise new ways of communicating with your customer base, communities or target audiences? This is the case for most of us, and we need to do all this quickly, efficiently and regularly. Not

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  • Agorize's 2015 Christmas Wishlist

    Our totally (un)realistic list for Santa

    By on 24 December 2015

    Ah, the holidays! A time for colorful lights, epic feasts, offices that empty out little by little, quieter streets, the chance to nab a seat on the subway and packages from Amazon piling up in front of your door… It’s also THE time of year when you can let your imagination run wild and dream of receiving that totally out-there

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  • Hackathon is a new method for working in group

    Hackathon: behind the buzzword

    By on 5 December 2015

    Does the word hackathon mean anything to you? This new method for working in groups has quickly become THE agile, dynamic solution for key account and start-up projects in every sector. Hackathons: the basics The idea of a hackathon is simple: hold a contest where you get talented people together (mainly students and developers) and have them work in teams

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