Planning the annual meeting to kick off the new year and looking for motivational speakers to inspire your team for even better results? We have a range of inspirational speakers from various backgrounds. Please contact us at Speakers Connect for more information! Nishant Kasibhatla – Maximise Your Memory For Peak Performance Rob Lilwall – Self-leadership in a […]
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Looking for a great speaker based in Singapore for your upcoming event? We, Speakers Connect, are the speakers bureau to help you engage a Singapore-based speaker. Here’s a list of the best ones for you to choose from: Fredrik Haren – Innovation Guru, Author of “The Developing World” David Lim – Asia’s Renowned Motivational and Adventure Speaker […]
Planning to bring your team to Asia in your next incentive event? Our Asia experts are great speaker options for you. Vinh Giang – Motivation with Magic! Rob Lilwall – Cycling Home From Siberia David Lim – Leading Asian Motivational Speaker Paul Niel – Exponential Organisations Jesko von den Steinen – […]
Brett King , author of best-selling Bank 2.0 shares his insights from Starbucks mobile payment … On Wednesday 26th of January 2011, Michael Degnan (of SapientNitro and Engagement Banking fame) and myself headed down to the Starbucks at One Penn Plaza in New York City with the objective of recording our experience of processing a mobile payment using the Starbucks App for the iPhone.
…Banks beware – if by July this year you are still issuing plastic cards, or still opening checking accounts – you are about to be in a world of hurt! — Brett King is the author of BANK 2.0 and founder of the International Academy of Financial Management.
While the sector as a whole tries to deal with the devastation of the global financial crisis, and uses this as an excuse to hunker down and resist strong investment in technology and so forth, this opens the gate for innovators who are prepared to invest to take customer mind share, and capitalize on both the wholesale dissatisfaction of the industry in general and capturing the imagination of customers through the use of technology and better interface processes.
…Banks are enamored with their existing, stagnant model of banking – they find it difficult to imagine a world where mobile applications and internet banking are more popular access methods than branches, where checks no longer cut it because I can SMS or bump money to an associate, and where I am not penalized because I don’t want to follow some archaic risk model.
Speakers Connect fully support the Forum on Innovation and Creativity with Ken Robinson as the keynote speaker to be held in Hong Kong on 23 Jan 2010.