Articles by tag: MarketScale TV

Can New York Innovate Away its Public Transit Woes?

With a whopping average of 56 hours a year of delay per commuter, New York recently earned the number one spot for worst traffic congestion in Texas A&M’s Urban Mobility Report. One potential solution in clearing up all the blockage in the Big Apple is getting more people into public transit. But for the MTA, […]

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Education & EdTech
What is the Future for edX as a 2U For-Profit?

MIT & Harvard University have officially passed ownership of their edX online learning platform to the public benefit company 2U. Founded in 2012 in collaboration with MIT & Harvard, edX began as a non-profit organization with the mission of providing an open-source e-learning platform with both free and affordable online courses from accredited high-profile universities. […]

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Energy
Is the Transition to Renewable Energy Closer than it Seems?

“To become carbon-free, we need to adopt everything that can attack climate change.” While the world stayed still in 2020, there was some good news regarding carbon emissions. BP reported that they dropped 6% and that energy consumption fell by 4.5%. Along with these reductions, wind and solar power grew at a record rate. Could there be […]

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Transportation
The Three Most Important Trends Shaping the Automobile Ecosystem

“The ride-share approach to public transportation may make access more equitable in the U.S.” The auto industry is undergoing a major transformation due to a variety of factors, from COVID-19 to supply chain issues to changing perspectives on mobility. Tackling some of the most pressing trends, MarketScale TV host Daniel Litwin spoke with Carl Anthony, Managing […]

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Architecture & Design
Are Home Depot, Lowe’s the Right Suppliers for Home Improvement Pros?

The pandemic brought a boom to the DIY market, and home improvement juggernauts like Home Depot and Lowe’s took advantage. Now, though, with reopening back in full swing, “nesters” losing the DIY itch and work picking up for construction professionals, the big box retailers are shifting away from that consumer market and back to industry […]

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Transportation
Why a Car Rental Shortage is Making the Case for ‘Rideswitching’

“The propensity to travel has recently increased again, and at the moment, we see people clamoring and looking for solutions and workarounds to be able to continue their travel plans.” As the car rental industry struggles to stay afloat amid a car shortage, MarketScale TV explores innovations in ridesharing and carsharing with a company that’s […]

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Retail
Top Retailers Gathered at Tango’s “Location Is Everything” Summit

Tango hosted a virtual “Location Is Everything “summit on July 20 and 21 on the way the retail and restaurant industries transformed during the pandemic. Joining Host Tyler Kern on MarketScale TV to discuss the event is Bart Waldeck, Tango’s CMO and SVP of Product Development. Tango is a leader in store lifecycle management […]

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The Anticipation of Record Heat Must be the Concern of Educational Institutions and the Safety of their Student Athletes
April 17, 2024

Temperatures around the globe are continuing to set new records, and as a result, universities now face increasing challenges in ensuring the safety and performance of their student athletes.  Rising mercury poses risks of heat-related illnesses and affects the athletic performance and recovery of student athletes. Educational programs on recognizing the symptoms of heat […]

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Improving HVAC Systems Plays a Key Role for Meeting Building Efficiency Goals
April 17, 2024

In today’s rapidly advancing world, the role of HVAC systems for building efficiency goals has become a pivotal topic for businesses and property owners alike. With energy costs soaring, the shift towards more energy-efficient systems isn’t just a luxury—it’s a financial imperative. Building efficiency upgrades could slash global energy demand by 12% and save […]

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Generative AI Remains at an IP and Privacy Crossroads
April 17, 2024

As artificial intelligence becomes increasingly integrated into our daily lives and business operations, the conversation around its ethical and legal implications grows louder. It’s clear that generative AI will continue to face legal battles; applications from oncology, to mental health services, to the classroom, are raising questions about AI’s ethics and the consequences of […]

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Strategic Capital Allocation Can Help Businesses Leverage Employee Knowledge and Collaboration for Better Returns
April 17, 2024

Strategic capital allocation, a critical aspect of business management often emphasized by investment experts like Warren Buffett, involves more than just distributing financial resources; it’s about strategic investment that drives long-term value. Firms are increasingly recognizing the need to integrate capital allocation with broader corporate strategies, ensuring that investments are not only financially sound […]

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How Can Smart Cities Elevate Cybersecurity Efforts?
July 23, 2021

Striking a balance on cybersecurity in smart cities is tough. It falls somewhere between implementing connected technology that is interoperable enough to be functional and not so open source that it’s open for vulnerabilities. On this episode of MarketScale TV, live from the MarketScale Tradeshow Booth, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with Paul […]

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Is More Smart Tech the Answer to Public Transportation’s Growing Pains?
July 19, 2021

On this special episode of MarketScale TV from the MarketScale Tradeshow Booth, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with Paul Doherty, President & CEO, The Digit Group, a smart city solution provider, giving solutions on everything from master planning and architectural design services to real-world implementations of blockchain and IoT solutions. Litwin and Doherty […]

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Transportation Trends Pushing OEMs into New Mobility Territory
July 13, 2021

“You have the ability to include an array of new technologies into vehicles, which changes the dynamics, not only of how you’re manufacturing the vehicles but how it’s positioned in the market.” On this episode of MarketScale TV, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin guides us through a state of the industry for transportation and auto […]

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Can Amazon’s “Network of Networks” Find Permanent Footing in IoT?
July 13, 2021

“This is a bold move by Amazon to opt everyone in.” Amazon is launching Sidewalk, a new Bluetooth and radio frequency-enabled “network of networks” that essentially pulls disparate WiFi signals from compatible devices into a low-bandwidth smart network for IoT devices like smart lights, Ring cameras, and Tile devices. Its vision, it says, is to […]

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Will Cities Be Able To Monetize Their Digital Twins?
July 12, 2021

On this special episode of MarketScale TV, live from the MarketScale Trade Show Booth, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin talked with Paul Doherty, President, and CEO of The Digit Group, a smart city solution provider giving solutions on everything from master planning and architectural design services to real-world implementations of blockchain and IoT solutions. […]

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Why Big Tech Sees Value in Healthcare Data
July 5, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic hit just as many countries were finding their long-term stride around value-based care, one of the leading strategies for reimagining global health systems. Pushing up on ten years after the publication of the study, “The Strategy That Will Fix Healthcare,” we have a better picture of what is and isn’t working […]

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NASCAR’s Landon Cassill Becomes First Driver To Be Paid In Crypto
July 1, 2021

“It doesn’t surprise me that Landon’s the first one, because I think he thinks about partnership marketing and how to be relevant to the brand.” The NASCAR and cryptocurrency worlds are converging around a crypto-asset trading platform, adding a professional racer to the shortlist of professional athletes paid in crypto, and the first NASCAR driver […]

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Can Malls Sustain Increased Traffic and Profits Post-COVID?
June 7, 2021

Simon Property Group, the largest mall group in the U.S., reported higher than expected profits in Q1. One reason, according to the real estate firm, is due to increased foot traffic in malls since the beginning of the year. Will the U.S.’ mall footprint, as well as retailers that rely on malls for consistent sales, […]

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Walmart Closing Most In-Store McDonald’s By Summer’s End
May 26, 2021

The pandemic is forcing retailers to rethink their strategy to their brick-and-mortar locations. One of those retailers, Walmart, has already closed several in-store McDonald’s locations they consider their physical partnerships. On this episode of Marketscale TV, Voice of B2B, Daniel Litwin talked with Prof. Ed Fox, Professor of Marketing, Director, JCPenney Center for Retail Excellence […]

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