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Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Apple’s longtime marketing chief, Phil Schiller, is stepping into a somewhat smaller role after decades with the company. Schiller is dropping his role as senior vice president of worldwide marketing, but he’ll remain in charge of the App Store and Apple Events. Greg Joswiak, previously the head of product marketing, will take over Schiller’s former position as Apple’s overall marketing leader. Marketing is a huge role inside of Apple that goes beyond simply advertising products, so this marks a significant change within the company. As Apple puts it, the marketing division is “responsible for Apple’s product management and product marketing, developer relations, market research, business management, as well as education, enterprise, and... Continue reading…
Bozoma Saint John, Netflix's newly named chief marketing officer, has climbed the corporate-marketing ranks over 20 years using her celebrity connections and ability to tie brands like Pepsi and Apple to cultural trends. She's also known as unapologetically outspoken and a role model for women of color — who are notoriously underrepresented in the C-suites of corporations.  Netflix has long been synonymous with streaming video, but it needs to convince people to keep subscribing as new options from HBO and Disney emerge. Some say a chief marketing officer with huge personal stardom can risk overshadowing the very brands they're hired to promote. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Shortly after noon on a recent Saturday, Bozoma Saint John appeared on thousands of women's computer screens. It was the inaugural livestream of her event The Badass Workshop. Viewers paid $25 to learn Saint John's personal and work philosophies. Ciara's "Level Up" began playing, and in danced Saint John, blue stars glittering off her black jumpsuit. "I've seen all the descriptions of what it looks like to be a global CMO, and it's not supposed to look like this," Saint John said through fuchsia lipstick, half her hair pulled into a braided topknot.  Even when the livestream suddenly crashed, the expert marketer spun it positively: "WE BROKE THE INNANET!" Saint John proclaimed on Instagram. Saint John, who was named chief marketing officer of Netflix in June, has always taken an unconventional path. While the role has become increasingly the domain of data geeks, she's a glamourous executive who goes with her gut and is known for her work tying brands like Pepsi and Apple to cultural trends. Before joining Netflix, Saint John served as a marketing executive for Apple, Uber, and Endeavor. Netflix is one of the most popular streaming-video players. But it needs to convince people to keep subscribing as new options launch from competitors like HBO and Disney. Her hiring also comes at a moment when Silicon Valley, along the rest of corporate America, desperately needs more executives of color. Saint John, with her cultural magic touch, could be just what Netflix needs — but as her persona grows, some question if she risks overshadowing the companies she serves. Business Insider spoke with 18 of Saint John's colleagues, friends, and competitors for this story. Netflix declined to make Saint John available for an interview. Saint John stood out from others since childhood Until age 12, Saint John lived in Ghana. After the country's government fell to a military coup in the 1980s, Saint John's family relocated to Colorado Springs, Colorado. Now 43, the 5-foot-11 executive says she always stood out among mostly white faces in classrooms and boardrooms. Over time, Saint John has built a robust list of connections from the worlds of media, politics, entertainment, and tech, including Anna Wintour, the Obamas, and Facebook's Carolyn Everson. A recurring theme of Saint John is the idea of "bringing your whole self to work," which she frequently evokes in conversations and interviews. In 2014, Saint John captivated a crowd when she was named to the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Achievement. She gave a moving speech and talked about the loss of her husband, Peter, who died from cancer one year prior. "She won over not just the room but the whole industry," said Ross Martin, the president of the marketing services company Known, who received the same honor that year. Those high-profile ties and that honest nature are captured in Saint John's Instagram account, where she broadcasts a jet-setting life as "badassboz" as well as her role as the mother of a 10-year-old. She has also made rounds in the glossy lifestyle-magazine circuit — with interviewers calling her the "Queen of Silicon Valley" and "a better brand than Uber." Her acquaintances, like Tiffany R. Warren, the senior vice president and chief diversity officer at the ad giant Omnicom, speak of Saint John's open-book approach to life, informed by her African heritage and religious faith. "What you see is what you get," Warren said. "That's how I think of Boz." Other stories tell of her praying with the investor Anjula Acharia before a high-stakes presentation and subbing in for Arianna Huffington at the Cannes Lions festival at the last minute when Huffington was recovering from hip-replacement surgery. She uses her position as one of the few visible Black women in her field. She teamed up with Luvvie Ajayi Jones, Glennon Doyle, and Stacey Bendet to launch #ShareTheMicNow, an Instagram campaign to magnify people of color, and served as the Ghana ambassador for the education nonprofit Pencils of Promise. She built a career on emotional and cultural connections At a time when chief marketing officers increasingly live and die by the numbers, Saint John's stock-in-trade is connecting with consumers on an emotional level, and, in her own words, trusting her gut. This approach can open her to criticism that she doesn't care about return on investment as much as a chief marketing officer should. "There are some marketers that lead with logic and data, and there are other marketers that lead with instinct and culture. She sits far out on the instinct and culture side," her friend Jonathan Mildenhall, who is a cofounder of the consulting firm TwentyFirstCenturyBrand, said. At Pepsi, Saint John spearheaded projects like a series of livestreamed Twitter concerts with Katy Perry and others that marked a new union of social media, advertising, and pop music, the former Pepsi executive Shiv Singh said. She helped land Beyoncé for the 2013 Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show in New Orleans and assembled the trio of Kerry Washington, Mary J. Blige, and Taraji P. Henson for a buzzy Apple Music Emmy night ad in 2015. "She has such a strong understanding of culture that she gets how to embed a brand in it without it seeming inauthentic," said Joe Anthony, the founder of the agency Hero Collective, who met Saint John while working with Pepsi. At Apple's 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, Saint John introduced a revamped Apple Music by leading the typically staid crowd through a raucous rendition of "Rapper's Delight." That and other public appearances paved the way for other Apple executives to develop public profiles, said Justina Omokhua, the senior vice president of brand marketing at Endeavor who also worked under Saint John at Apple. Putting out fires in Silicon Valley At Uber and Endeavor, Saint John also put her emotionally and celebrity-driven approach to work to fix crises. She joined Uber in 2017 as its chief brand officer. The company's reputation was being dragged by a series of punishing revelations about its corporate culture and treatment of drivers. After an eight-hour meeting with former CEO Travis Kalanick and board member Arianna Huffington, Saint John was hired. She and Huffington had first met six months earlier at a private dinner at the CES trade show. "I didn't know who she was, but she was such a force of nature that I was just taken by her," Huffington told Business Insider. "She recalled the story of how she once took her Uber driver to an Iggy Pop concert, and that's when I realized that she could really help humanize the brand." Saint John helped shift Uber's marketing focus from being a mere utility to something more essential in people's lives. Under her direction, the company worked with celebrities like LeBron James and ESPN's Cari Champion to promote that message, and she helped craft a 2018 spot that featured a heartfelt apology from Uber's new CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, about the company's toxic culture. Ari Emanuel, a Hollywood dealmaker and Endeavor's CEO,  wooed Saint John away from Uber in 2018. There, she rubbed elbows with celebrities like Wintour and Tom Ford at the Endeavor-owned New York Fashion Week, spoke with would-be investors for an ultimately unsuccessful initial public offering, and helped the ad agency 160over90 win new work from clients like McDonald's and Lowe's. She also helped Papa John's take responsibility for founder John Schnatter's racist missteps by using angry customer tweets to apologize. 'She's the CMO of herself' As her career has grown, so has Saint John's personal brand. In recent years, she's flirted with the idea of a Starz docuseries, started an iHeartMedia podcast with Katie Couric, and launched The Badass Workshop. Acharia, who is Priyanka Chopra's manager in addition to being an investor, saw all these activities as a natural progression for Saint John, whom she called a "born star." To Saint John, her sense of social responsibility is interconnected with the work she does as a marketer. But where some see stardom, others see a potential problem. Multiple people interviewed for this article said Saint John's outsize personality risked outshining the very brands that she's been hired to promote. "She puts on other coats, jackets, and uniforms sometimes, but she's only worked for one company the entire time, which is the Bozoma company," one marketing executive said. "She's the very definition of the CMO of herself."  This tension can be more intense for executives of color, who already face systemic bias. To Mildenhall, the bigger Saint John's profile gets, the greater tensions could become with the brands that employ her.  "Everybody should figure out what their authentic brand is, but that personal brand can never be bigger than the brand that you're in service of, or bigger than the company that you're working at," Mildenhall said. Netflix wants to have a bigger role in pop culture Netflix added 10.1 million paid streaming subscribers during the second quarter of 2020, even as the coronavirus pandemic decimated many other legacy and digital-media companies. It had a global marketing budget of $2.65 billion in 2019. But new competitors are challenging its service, including upstarts like Quibi and more successful launches like Disney Plus and HBO Max. Forrester principal analyst Jim Nail said co-CEOs Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos have recently begun emphasizing Netflix's ability to influence pop culture through a steady stream of original hits like "Bird Box," which helps it retain subscribers and sign up new ones who don't want to miss out on the latest cultural phenomenon. Netflix has also sought to deepen its relationship with the Black community through investments in Black-owned businesses and colleges, as well as collaborations with influencers like former first lady Michelle Obama and the filmmaker Ava DuVernay.  Nail said Netflix's goal of influencing culture lined up with Saint John's record of helping companies stand out by co-opting trends beyond their industries. "It's almost a repositioning. They're certainly enhancing and enriching their positioning with the idea of being a key part of culture," he said. There may be no one better-suited to help it than Saint John, who built a career by ignoring the rules and finding a place in culture for everything from high-end headphones to canned sugar water. And for that, Saint John isn't apologizing. "You know how many times I've been told I'm too much? A lot. All the time," she said during her inaugural Badass Workshop. "But it's the reason I'm successful. It's the same things that they'll celebrate you for that they'll criticize about you too."SEE ALSO: We mapped out Netflix's 56 most powerful executives including its new co-CEO and CMO in an exclusive interactive chart Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a button
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Listen to our weekly podcast Am I Making You Uncomfortable? about women’s health, bodies and private lives. Available on Spotify, Apple, Audioboom and wherever you listen to your podcasts.From Black Lives Matter to campaigns raising awareness of mental illness, 2020 has been a year of activism – and it’s celebrated in British Vogue’s September issue.Marcus Rashford graces the cover for his work campaigning to end child poverty in the UK. The footballer used his platform to force a government U-turn during the pandemic, after officials cut the food voucher scheme over the summer holidays – at a time when families were already struggling. “If I didn’t put myself out there and say: ‘This is not okay and it needs to change,’ I would have failed my 10-year-old self,” Rashford says in the edition.  He’s joined on the cover by model and mental health campaigner Adwoa Aboah, who’s founder of the online community Gurls Talk. Related... 7 Times Marcus Rashford Has Championed Kindness Off The Pitch “For some time, it’s felt to me to have been quite a box-ticking approach to racial justice, mental health, sustainability,” Aboah says. “Now I have hope it’s changing. I don’t think you’re going to get away with just spraying perfume on the situation anymore.”The pair were photographed by Misan Harriman – the first black male photographer to shoot any cover of British Vogue in its 104-year history and the first black photographer for any September Issue of British Vogue.In total, the September Issue includes 40 activists, dubbed ‘The Faces of Hope’, who are doing big things to challenge the status quo and improve lives.Here’s just a snippet of their achievements. Patrisse Cullors – Artist and political strategist who is the co-founder of Black Lives Matter and also the founder of Reform LA Jails. Claudia Walder – As editor and founder of disability platform Able Zine, Walder aims to increase representation for disabled and chronically ill creatives, young people and communities, both online and IRL. Phyll Opoku-Gyimah – Also known as Lady Phyll, she’s the co-founder of UK Black Pride and an LGBTQ human rights activist. Tamika Mallory – As one of the organisers behind the Women’s March, the social justice activist is a prominent voice for women’s rights. She also uses her platform to support Black Lives Matter and call for better gun control in the US. Janet Mock – The writer, director and activist has published two bestselling memoirs about her journey as a trans woman. She’s also written and directed shows, including Pose and The Politician. Lavinya Stennett – As founder and director of the education social enterprise The Black Curriculum, Stennett seeks to ensure Black history is not erased in schools. Patrick Vernon – The social campaigner and cultural historian is a vocal supporter for the rights of the Windrush generation. Jane Elliott – As a teacher and diversity trainer, she’s known for her work as an anti-racism educator for decades. Dr Bernice King – The youngest child of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr is now the CEO of Martin Luther King Jr Centre for Nonviolent Social Change. Professor Angela Davis – An academic, philosopher and political activist, known for dedicating her life to human rights activism. Dr Meenal Viz – The NHS doctor protested about the lack of PPE available for healthcare workers during the pandemic. 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She’s photographed in the issue alongside her mother, who campaigned against the imprisonment of Nelson Mandela during the 1980s.Clara Amfo – A radio and TV broadcaster who was praised for talking about racism and her own mental health struggles following the death of George Floyd.  Quinn Wilson – We have creative director and activist Quinn Wilson to thank for creating Lizzo’s videos.  Jari Jones – The actor, trans model and activist was the first Black trans woman producer of a film at the Cannes Film Festival.Brittany Packnett Cunningham – As a social justice activist, educator and writer, she was once cited by Barack Obama as a leader whose “voice is going to be making a difference for years to come”.Doreen Lawrence – The mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, who tirelessly works as an anti-racism campaigner as founder of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust. Imarn Ayton – An anti-racism activist and actor who was among the organisers of the Black Lives Matter protests in London this summer. Brianna Agyemang & Jamila Thomas – These are the music executives and creators of #theshowmustbepaused movement. Alaa Salah – The Sudanese student is famous for demanding the end of President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year dictatorship.  Munroe Bergdorf – A model and activist who uses her platform and own experience to campaign for trans rights. Kendrick Sampson – Actor and activist who has spoken out about structural racism, telling of how he was shot by seven rubber bullets while joining a protest over the death of George Floyd. iO Tillett Wright – The writer, producer and social justice activist helps educate the masses about gender through their work.  Joan Smalls – Smalls has become an anti-racism activist, calling out the fashion industry for its lack of diversity. Temi Mwale –  Racial justice campaigner and founder of youth and community empowerment organisation The 4Front Project. Reni Eddo-Lodge – Bestselling author of Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, which has re-entered the bestseller charts in recent weeks. Layla F Saad– Bestselling author of Me and White Supremacy, which aims to help readers see the impact of white privilege and white supremacy in their lives. Bethann Hardison – The former model advocates for greater diversity in the fashion industry.  Jesse Williams– Actor, director, producer and educator, who has used his platform at awards ceremonies to condemn police brutality. Vanessa Nakate – Founder of the climate justice organisation, The Rise Up Movement. Riz Ahmed – British actor and activist, who has spoken about negative stereotyping of Muslims, both in the UK and abroad. Vogue September issue is available via digital download and on newsstands Friday August 7. READ MORE: While We're Confronting Racism, Let's Talk About Colourism Too These Are All The Books Brits Have Been Reading During Lockdown Opinion: Black British TV Shows Are Still Missing From Our Screens
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Business teams around the world have shifted to remote work. A recent webinar by the adult-education school General Assembly explains why listening is a critical skill for identifying the needs and wants of remote employees. The presentation, which we've reproduced in full below, outlines how managers can develop and maintain company culture. Click here for more BI Prime content. People around the world are practicing social distancing to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, which means that many employees are working fully remotely for the first time. Remote work has mixed effects on companies' internal cultures. Colleagues in different divisions have a chance to forge unlikely relationships and managers are recognizing the importance of candid communication. But some leaders struggle to keep their teams engaged during meetings and some employees have been struggling with feelings of isolation. But there are ways to make the transition to distributed work a little easier. In a recent webinar (you can watch the recording here) by the adult-education school General Assembly, lead global data science instructor Matt Brems told viewers that listening is a critical skill for maintaining company culture among remote employees. "Understand what it is that they need and how you can best satisfy those needs and work with them," Brems told nearly 5,000 viewers. "Even though we're remote," he added, "we can still develop that personal connection."  General Assembly trains individuals and employees at companies including Google and Deloitte on skills like software engineering and data science. The company is headquartered in New York City, but has campuses in Singapore, Paris, and all over the world. Below you'll find a version of the presentation deck, which we've shared with General Assembly's permission.SEE ALSO: 3 steps every manager should take right now to help employees feel less lonely and isolated when working from home
The report "Digital Audio Workstation Market by Type (Recording, Editing, Mixing), End User (Professional/Audio Engineers and Mixers, Electronic Musicians, Music Studios), Component, Deployment Model, Operating Systems, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023", The digital audio workstation market size is expected to grow from USD 2.0 billion in 2018 to USD 3.1 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 9.2% during the forecast period.The key factors driving the digital audio workstation market include the growing focus on digitization of instruments and increasing adoption of cloud-based digital audio workstations in the music industry to enhance the music production processThe study includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the digital audio workstation market, along with their company profiles, recent developments, and key market strategies.Market players have embraced different strategies to expand their global presence and increase their market shares.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=266138785Implementation and consulting services subsegment is estimated to grow at a higher as compared to the managed services subsegment during the forecast period.Services, including consulting, product support, updates, and maintenance, are required at various stages, starting from pre-sales requirement assessment to post-sales product deployment and execution, thus enabling the client to get better return on investment (RoI).The major vendors offering DAW market globally include Apple (US), Adobe (US), Avid (US), Ableton (Germany), Steinberg (Germany), MOTU (US), Acoustica (US), Presonus (US), Magix (Germany), Native Instruments (Germany), Cakewalk (US), Image-Line (Germany), Bitwig (Germany), Renoise (Germany), and Harrison Audio Consoles (US).Apple is one of the major players in the DAW market.The company offers two solutions for this market: GarageBand and Logic Pro X.It continuously takes efforts to bring cutting-edge technology to these offerings to help its professional clients produce the best quality music.
While Adobe is best known for Photoshop, it has undergone a significant transformation over the last decade under CEO Shantanu Narayan, shifting its business model and adding new product lines.  As the company continues to evolve, it's now taking on new competitors like Salesforce and Zendesk. To tackle its many challenges, Narayan relies on a key group of leaders within his company.  We've identified the 15 executives that are leading Adobe behind the scenes and helping Narayan navigate its future. Click here to read more BI Prime stories. While Adobe is still best known for its flagship photo editing software Photoshop, it's spent the last decade  transforming itself: expanding its business and adapting to the changing world.  CEO Shantanu Narayan has been spearheading that shift since 2007.  To keep up with the move to the cloud, for example, Adobe transitioned its photo editing and creative software tools from the old one-time purchase format into a new annual or monthly subscription model. It also built out a digital marketing software unit, with the thesis that its many users who were marketing professionals would buy tools that showed them how the content they created with Adobe's others products was performing.   Today, it's business revolves around Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes Photoshop and its other design software, Document Cloud, which includes its PDF and digital signature tools, and Experience Cloud, the digital marketing unit.  While its creative business has high margins, its digital marketing unit faces stiff competition from Salesforce and smaller players like Zendesk, Baird analyst Robert Oliver told Business Insider. Meanwhile, Adobe is also investing in technology like artificial intelligence to bolster all its product lines.  To tackle Adobe's challenges and grow the company, Narayan relies on a group of key leaders within his company. Here are the 15 people who have helped make Adobe into what it is today, and who will lead the charge as it continues to evolve:SEE ALSO: Microsoft just launched new tools for reopening offices safely, and they could help it compete with Salesforce Anil Chakravarthy, executive VP and general manager, digital experience business and worldwide field operations Anil Chakravarthy joined Adobe in January to take on a key role at the company: Leading its digital experience business, which sells cloud-based marketing software. He recently took over worldwide field operations which includes the sales organization and customer success teams.  Before Adobe he was the chief executive at data management company Informatica, which he helped transform into a cloud-first, subscription-based business.  As Adobe tries to build traction for its cloud marketing business, Chakravarthy's experience will be vital.  "Adobe is the clear leader in the exploding Customer Experience Management category, and I cannot think of a more exceptional and experienced candidate than Anil to drive Adobe's Digital Experience business in 2020 and beyond," Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said in a press release at the time of Chakravarthy's hire.  Abhay Parasnis, chief technology officer and executive VP, strategy and growth Abhay Parasnis has been Adobe's chief technology officer for the last five years, leading its technology strategy and overall product engineering and data science agenda across the its entire portfolio of products. That includes leading Adobe's research into areas like artificial intelligence and machine learning. He recently  spearheaded the launch of a new Photoshop Camera app that uses AI to take and edit photos, and hired Marc Levoy, the researcher who led camera development for Google's Pixel phone.  In February, Parasnis also began guiding Adobe's overall corporate strategy, strategic M&A, and global partnerships. John Murphy, executive VP and chief financial officer John Murphy leads Adobe's finance and operations team as its chief financial officer. He first joined the company in 2017 as its chief accounting officer and corporate controller.  Before joining Adobe, Murphy was the chief accounting officer and global controller at Qualcomm, and held finance roles at Direct TV and Experian before that.  Gloria Chen, chief people officer and executive VP, employee experience Gloria Chen leads all of Adobe's human resources, real estate, and security operations around the world, managing more than 22,000 employees at 75 locations. She was promoted to the role in January when her predecessor Donna Morris left the company.  Previously she led growth initiatives like corporate strategy, corporate development, and strategic partnerships. CTO Abhay Parasnis took over those responsibilities in February.  Chen has been at the company for over 20 years and throughout her time has shaped its ecommerce strategy, built its enterprise business, and managed significant acquisitions and integrations. She's also held senior leadership positions in worldwide sales operations, customer service and support, and strategic planning before her current gig.  Ann Lewnes, executive VP and chief marketing officer Ann Lewnes joined the company 13 years ago and now runs Adobe's marketing organization.  She is credited with overseeing Adobe's shift to digital, including adapting its marketing organization.  Prior to Adobe, she spent 20 years at Intel working in the marketing department.  Scott Belsky, chief product officer and executive VP, Creative Cloud Scott Belsky's main focus is developing and evolving Adobe's Creative Cloud suite of products, which are a huge part of its business. He manages product management and engineering for its Creative Cloud products and services, Adobe Spark, and Adobe's user community Behance. He also manages the design team, which stretches across all Adobe's products. This is Belsky's second stint at Adobe: He originally joined when it acquired Behance — the company he cofounded — in 2012. He then spent roughly four years leading Adobe's mobile strategy for Creative Cloud until 2016 when he left for venture firm Benchmark. He returned in late 2017.  Alisa Bergman, VP, chief privacy officer Alisa Bergman is responsible for making sure Adobe's products use customer data ethically and responsibly. She leads the trust and safety team and her role covers data security and privacy efforts, as well as regulatory and public policy matters. That means she's responsible for adapting Adobe's polices to align with Europes GDPR regulations and California's recently-enacted consumer privacy laws.  Bergman has been at Adobe for four years, joining after six years as chief privacy officer for Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.  Cynthia Stoddard, chief information officer As chief information officer, Cynthia Stoddard runs Adobe's global information technology and reliability engineering teams. She creates the strategy for delivering services and tools that keep the company running.  She joined Adobe four years ago, after serving as the chief information officer at NetApp for five years. Amit Ahuja, VP, ecosystem development Amit Ahuja is responsible for building and managing strategic partnerships for Adobe. That includes partnerships with other large tech giants like Microsoft and IBM. He was instrumental in helping build Adobe's enterprise business around its marketing cloud products, including overseeing its $1.8 billion acquisition of  web analytics company Omniture and, more recently, Auditude. Ahuja first joined Adobe in 2005 via its acquisition of Macromedia, where he was in the corporate development group focusing on mobile and video. He then joined the corporate development group at Adobe.  Bryan Lamkin, executive VP and general manager, digital media Bryan Lamkin leads two of Adobe's key product lines: Creative Cloud and Document Cloud. Adobe's Creative Cloud is the most well known of its product lines and has become the "gold standard" for design within companies around the world, said Baird Oliver.  Document Cloud also has a huge reach, as it includes Adobe's Acrobat Reader and related tools.  Lamkin, too, is an Adobe boomerang: He first joined in 1992 and spent more than a decade at the company, including leading Photoshop, before leaving in 2006. After a stints at startups as an investor and an executive, he rejoined Adobe in 2013. Ashley Still, senior VP, digital media Ashley Still is responsible for the day-to-day operations of both Creative Cloud and Document Cloud. Document Cloud products are seeing rapid growth under her leadership, especially as digital documents are becoming more necessary in the remote work era.  She's also helped get Adobe's digital signature tool in front of sectors like education and government, with usage increasing 175% since the beginning of the year.  She previously lead the Creative Cloud for enterprise business and was instrumental in transitioning Adobe from a packaged software company to a cloud-based subscription operating model. She first joined Adobe in 2004 as an intern.  Jamie Myrold, VP, design Jamie Myrold has been leading design at Adobe for over 14 years. She's responsible for the user design of Adobe's creative tools as it made its transformation to a cloud-based software provider.  She writes on her LinkedIn that she wants to "inspire the next wave of design leaders" by "encouraging her teams to push boundaries and develop skills that impact all aspects of business strategy and product creation." In addition to her main role, she has advocated for diversity and inclusion initiatives at Adobe.  Mala Sharma, VP & general manager, Creative Cloud product marketing and community Mala Sharma runs product marketing and community for Adobe's Creative Cloud product line. She has been at Adobe for 15 years and has steadily risen up the ranks of the company's product marketing unit.  Previously she worked in marketing and business units for the tech and consumer packaged goods industry at Creative Labs and Unilever. Dana Rao, executive VP, general counsel, and corporate secretary Dana Rao leads Adobe's legal and government relations team as its general counsel. He's been at the company for over eight years, and originally joined as its VP of intellectual property and litigation, and was responsible for Adobe's patent, trademark and copyright portfolio strategies.  Previously, Rao worked at Microsoft for 11 years in both intellectual property and patent acquisition roles.   Anjul Bhambhri, VP, platform engineering Anjul Bhambhri leads platform engineering at Adobe and is responsible for the strategy of Adobe's Experience platform, development and technology partnerships with Microsoft Azure, and Customer Journey Management.  Before Adobe, she worked at IBM for 14 years, most recently as vice president of engineering for its big data and analytics platform. Do you work at Adobe or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected] or Signal at 925-364-4258. (PR pitches by email only, please.) You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop.
The Business Research Company published its Foundation, Structure, And Building Exterior Contractors Global Market Report 2020 which provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Foundation, Structure, And Building Exterior Contractors market.The report provides in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the market, along with revised market numbers due to the effects of the coronavirus.The report covers the foundation, structure, and building exterior contractors market’s segments- by type: excavation and demolition, roofing, concrete work, water well drilling, by application: residential building construction, nonresidential building construction, others, by service provider: large chain companies, independent contractors, and by mode: online, offline.Subsegments covered are education buildings, public convenience buildings, government buildings, religious buildings, healthcare buildings, office and factory buildings, hospitality and restaurant buildings, entertainment and sports buildings, retail and other commercial buildings.View Complete Report: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/report/foundation-structure-and-building-exterior-contractors-global-market-report-2020-30-covid-19-impact-and-recovery Foundation, Structure, And Building Exterior Contractors Global Market Report 2020 is the most comprehensive report available on this market and will help gain a truly global perspective as it covers 60 geographies.The chapter on the impact of COVID-19 gives valuable insights on supply chain disruptions, logistical challenges, and other economic implications of the virus on the market.The chapter also covers markets which have been positively affected by the pandemic.The global foundation, structure, and building exterior contractors market is expected to decline from $843.1 billion in 2019 to $830.2 billion in 2020 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -1.6%.The decline is mainly due to economic slowdown across countries owing to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures to contain it.
The  augmented reality  market is predicted to reach USD 125.32 billion by 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of 48.6% during the forecast period.The growing application of AR in various industries for monitoring and training purposes will bolster the healthy growth of the market during the forecast period.Therefore, organizations around the world are utilizing AR to educate and train employees with its immersive solutions, and interactive training environment.For instance, the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have started the implementation of digital reality, which includes AR and VR for training programs.According to the report, published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Augmented Reality (AR) Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis, By Component (Product, Software, Maintenance & Support Services), By Device Type (Handheld Devices, Stationary AR Systems, Head-mounted Displays (HMDs), Smart Glasses, and Others), By Industry (Gaming, Media and Entertainment, Education, Healthcare and Medical Devices, Retail, Logistics, Manufacturing and Engineering, and Others) and Regional Forecast, 2019-2026” the market size stood at USD 5.40 billion in 2018.To Gain More Insights into the Augmented Reality Market, Browse Summary of the Research Report: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/augmented-reality-ar-market-102553The report is fixed at delivering a comprehensive description of the augmented reality (AR) market dynamics and structure by identifying and providing information regarding the key market segments.It also focuses on an all-encompassing analysis of leading market players by financial position, product, product portfolio, price, growth strategies, and regional presence.It further examines the ways and components convincing diesel generator market expansion, growth patterns, restricting factors, and market strategies.The Report Lists the companies in the Augmented Reality MarketAlphabet, Inc. (Google LLC)Microsoft CorporationApple, Inc.Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.Daqri LLCVuzix CorporationFacebook, Inc. Request a Sample Copy for more detailed Augmented Reality Market Overview: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/augmented-reality-ar-market-102553Regional AnalysisGovernment Initiatives to Aid Growth in North AmericaNorth America generated a revenue of USD 2.12 billion in 2018 and is predicted to remain dominant during the forecast period owing to the presence of various companies such as Google LLC, Facebook, Inc., and Apple, Inc.
The Report "Microdisplay Market by Product (HMD, HUD, EVF, Projector), Technology (OLED, LCoS, LCD, DLP), Resolution, Brightness, Industry (Consumer, Industrial/Enterprise, Aerospace, Automotive, Retail, Entertainment, Medical), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025", size is projected to grow from USD 712 million in 2020 to USD 3,609 million by 2025; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 38.4% from 2020 to 2025.The increasing adoption of HMD for medical, automotive, consumer, entertainment, and education applications are expected to lead to significant growth of the microdisplay market in the coming years.The market size in 2020 is expected to witness a decrease owing to the outbreak of COVID-19 and is estimated to be USD 712 million.The global shutdown is expected to decrease the demand for cameras/EVF, projectors, HUD, and HMD in the microdisplay market, as the consumer and automotive industries are the worst affected by this pandemic.Presently, LCoS microdisplay-based AR HMDs are offered by Magic Leap, Google, and Microsoft.The presence of a substantial number of microdisplay manufacturers in APAC has also led to a decrease in the prices of microdisplays and the increase in the penetration of microdisplay-based devices.
Millions of jobs were lost over the last few months as the coronavirus decimated the US economy.  That's prompting concerns among labor advocates, workers, and others that firms could seek to replace some of those roles with automated tools like robots.  But an exec at SoftBank-backed robotics startup Brain Corp. paints a different vision of the future where robots work alongside human employees instead of replacing them.  Usage of Brain Corp's  cleaning robots in stores like Walmart grew 24% in the the second quarter of 2020, while and daytime usage grew 68%.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Millions of jobs were lost in the US over the last few months as the coronavirus pandemic forced companies to undergo mass-layoffs.  That's prompting concern among labor advocates, workers, and others that firms could seek to replace some of those positions with autonomous tools like robots instead of bringing workers back.  But an executive at one of the technology companies paving the way in robotics paints a different picture of the future: One where robots increasingly work alongside humans, freeing them up to tackle less mundane or dangerous tasks.  Brain Corp., the SoftBank-backed startup that builds the software for robots in use at companies like Walmart, Kroger, and Simon Property Group says that it saw a 24% increase in usage of its technology among customers (particularly retailers and hospitals) in the second quarter of 2020.  Many firms, for example, have more stringent cleaning protocols in-place, including requirements on how long and how often certain spaces need to be cleaned. With robots, businesses can program those benchmarks into the system and easily verify compliance once the task is over.  "We are in a much better situation to provide customers with the data they need to measure against their clean compliance standards," vice president Phil Duffy told Business Insider.  Brain Corp. has also seen a shift in when its customers are using the robots: During the pandemic, Brain Corp. reported a 68% increase in day-time usage, signaling to Duffy a broader acceptance of the use of the technology among both businesses and consumers.  "Customers are now less afraid of the impact of robots. Now, they're really keen on showing their customers that they're taking all the steps necessary to keep them safe," he said.  That's enabled janitors to focus more on the harder-to-clean areas, like doorknobs, for example, while also opening up the opportunity for those typically lower-level positions to take on more important tasks.  With minimal education, for example, janitors can be in charge of programming and overseeing the robots — given they have the deepest knowledge of the cleaning protocols in a facility.  Outside of cleaning, Brain Corp.'s systems also support robots that can autonomously bring goods from the backroom of stores, making it easier for associates to restock shelves — tech that Duffy says came in particular handy when consumers rushed out to stock-up on supplies at the start of the outbreak.  That's turning employees from basic shelf-stockers to inventory managers that can spend time making more important decisions around products.  "Retailers now have a scenario where the stores are cleaner," Duffy said. "They have a scenario where they understand what's out of stock and what needs to be brought in, and they're able to use technology to improve their shelf-stocking capabilities." Overall, Brain Corp's robots have cleaned 28 billion square feet. The company raised $36 million in April and is valued at $536 million, according to PitchBook.SEE ALSO: How Boston Scientific's 4-year digital transformation suddenly became 'business-line critical' during the pandemic Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
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Market HighlightsThe global helpdesk automation market has witnessed a tectonic surge over the past few years.This is due to the new industry chain structure, which comprises helpdesk automation.Helpdesk automation provides a fast query solving process, which has further accelerated its adoption across industry verticals like healthcare, BFSI, education, and more.The global helpdesk automation market is anticipated to surpass a valuation of USD 11 billion, attaining a CAGR of 33% during the review period (2017-2023), Market Research Future (MRFR) reveals in a detailed analysis.The significant shift towards machine learning and AI is the prime factor accelerating the growth of the helpdesk automation market across the globe.Technological advancements in IT, along with the use of cloud-based solutions, are anticipated to spur market growth.Moreover, the growth in the tablet and smartphone market is enthralling organizations to adopt helpdesk automation to detect immediate requirements in digital customer experienceOn the contrary, small organizations have limited capabilities to adopt automation processes, which restricts the growth of the market across the globe.Competitive Dashboard:The key players operating in the global helpdesk automation market include CA Technologies (U.S.), Landesk Software (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (U.S.), BMC Software, Inc (U.S.), Axios Systems (U.K.), ServiceNow, Inc (U.S.), FrontRange Solutions (U.S.), HappyFox Inc (U.S.), Sunrise Software Ltd (U.K.), NTRglobal (Spain), and Atlassian Corporation Plc.(Australia).Regional Analysis:Geographically, the helpdesk automation market spans across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW).Considering the global scenario, North America is predicted to dominate the market globally, mainly due to the existence of technologically advanced economies adopting automation and cloud technologies.
Solar Powered Sanitation Device Market: IntroductionSolar powered sanitation device is a lightweight, portable, and low-powered alternative sanitation device for remote areas and underdeveloped regions to obtain needed medical equipmentSolar powered sanitation device employs (Ultraviolet) UV-C technology in order to sanitize various medical instruments and waste.These systems were therefore highly toxic with limited lifetimes.All the autoclave sanitation systems work by heating the equipment to a certain temperature for an extended period of time.Grab an exclusive PDF sample of this reportKey Drivers of Global Solar Powered Sanitation Device MarketIncrease in exposure to solar technology, globally, due to environmental concerns and depletion of ozone layer is projected to boost the solar powered sanitation device market globallyIn the healthcare sector, it is necessary to sanitize medical instruments before and after use.However, in some areas without modern conveniences such as electricity and water utilities, advanced sanitization methods such as the use of solar powered sanitation device could be imperative and are likely to propel the global market during the forecast period.Electricity rates are inherently volatile; they fluctuate seasonally, monthly, and annually.Electricity prices have been rising significantly across the globe for the last few years and presently, are poised to increase further during the forecast period.Thus, incorporating the need to adopt solar technology for sanitization and other applications in the near future.Government push and support in the form of programs and initiatives has been driving the usage of solar technology in the last few years and is a major factor that is estimated to boost the solar powered sanitation device market during the forecast periodFor instance, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has passed a tender and it is one of its kind globally in which the government is likely to offer 30% subsidy to the social sector, residential sector, private not-for-profit education organizations and health institutions.
Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Motion Capture Camera Market - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast - 2026 “ has been featured on WiseGuyReports. The segmental analysis focuses on sales, revenue and forecast by Type and by Application for the period 2015-2026. Segment by Type, the Motion Capture Camera market is segmented into Optical-type Inertial-type Other   Segment by Application, the Motion Capture Camera market is segmented into Education Life Sciences Entertainment Other   Regional and Country-level Analysis The Motion Capture Camera market is analysed and market size information is provided by regions (countries). The key regions covered in the Motion Capture Camera market report are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa. It also covers key regions (countries), viz, U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, etc. It also includes market size and forecast by Type, and   ALSO READ: https://icrowdnewswire.com/2020/06/15/motion-capture-camera-market-2020-global-analysis-forecast-to-2026-market-research-report/ Competitive Landscape and Motion Capture Camera Market Share Analysis Motion Capture Camera market competitive landscape provides details and data information by players.
Poshmark is a social shopping app where users can resell clothing from their own closets or thrift stores. Some sellers earn tens of thousands of dollars in sales. Some Poshmark resellers are using social-media apps like Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok to not only grow their audiences, but also drive sales. "I think I would still be making a part-time income if it wasn't for Instagram," said Coco Cohen of Color Resale, a full-time Poshmark reseller from Portland, Oregon. Business Insider spoke with several Poshmark resellers about their social-media accounts and how they are using them to build their brands. Subscribe to Business Insider's influencer newsletter: Influencer Dashboard. Influencers often make money advertising the products of other brands. But some Poshmark sellers are using their social-media accounts — especially Instagram — to build their own brand awareness and drive sales. Poshmark is a social shopping app where users, sometimes referred to as "Poshers," buy and sell used clothing from their own closets, thrift stores, or other wholesale vendors on the Poshmark app. Some top sellers have turned their side hustles into full-time jobs, earning thousands of dollars each month. Jack Ermisch is a full-time Poshmark seller (@FlippedThrift) with an Instagram following of over 22,000 and a growing YouTube community of over 5,000 subscribers. He told Business Insider that he earns almost $1,000 in sales each week (after Poshmark takes a 20% cut). "It's given me a lot more returning customers," Ermisch said of his Instagram account. "There are people that specifically buy from me and my boyfriend just because they like our videos and they like our pictures." Some followers even purchase clothing from Ermisch straight through Instagram. Color Resale, another Poshmark closet (the app's term for a shop), has over 21,000 followers on Instagram. Coco Cohen, the owner of the Poshmark account, said she had prioritized building a strong community on social media as she was building her business.   As Cohen started sharing on Instagram, she realized she had a unique Poshmark story to share as a mother to a toddler. She leaned into this content, sharing tips for time management and helping others resell. "Then I started noticing that the more authentic I was, and the more I shared about things I didn't really think had to do with business, the more people started actually shopping from me," she said.  Today, her Instagram page has a high engagement rate of 6.4% (the average engagement rate sits around 3%) and Cohen said that nearly 80% of her Poshmark sales are driven through Instagram. Cohen was previously an early childhood education teacher in Portland, Oregon, and transitioned to reselling on Poshmark full time. Now she's making more on Poshmark than she did as a teacher, she said.  "I think I would still be making a part-time income if it wasn't for Instagram," she added. Instagram isn't the only social network that has proven useful to some Poshmark sellers. TikTok, YouTube, and Pinterest are also popular. Poshmark recently published a guide for its sellers titled, "How to Get Started on Social Media to Drive Poshmark Sales," which shares tips with users on how to use social media to drive traffic to their Poshmark closets. In the guide, the company said users that on average "20% more sales are made when you connect your Poshmark account to Pinterest." The company declined to comment on numbers for Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube. Poshmark also has its own version of 'influencer' programs for resellers Poshmark also has a few programs that create incentives for resellers to share Poshmark content on social media. The "Posh Ambassador" is the most accessible one, which provides resellers with the ambassador title, selling tips through a monthly newsletter, and the ability to appear on Poshmark's "Find People" page. "It just kind of helps your reputation, but it doesn't really boost up sales," said Poshmark seller Kaitlin Kao. Kao is a Posh Ambassador and runs Kao Closet, a popular account that has also gained traction on the short-form video app TikTok. Resellers can also earn Poshmark store credit through a rewards program called "Posh Affiliate," if they have least 5,000 followers on their respective social-media accounts and participate in "campaigns" or challenges, such as using hashtags like #FromWhereIPosh. "The more campaigns they participate in, the more Posh Credit they earn to use on the platform," a Poshmark representative said. Kao said you get a certain amount of points toward Poshmark credit for actions like posting in a Poshmark social-media campaign and or signing up a new user. Kao said she participates in these opportunities often, and as a student at UCLA is also part of its college ambassador program called "Posh on Campus." She uses both her TikTok and Instagram to take part, adding a link in her bio that offers 10% off for new users, she said. So far, she has recruited over 57 new Poshmark users. Some Poshers end up partnering with brands for sponsorships Some Poshmark resellers with large enough followings have also built their own influencer careers and been hired by other brands for sponsorships. One reseller, Kirsten Russel, owns the boutique Shop Kirsten (which is also her name on Instagram and Poshmark). Her Instagram following has grown to 24,000 since she started in 2017. "I do not think I would be where I am today without my Instagram," Russel said.  Brands started gifting Russel products for reviews and content in 2018, but it wasn't until 2020 that she started being hired for brand sponsorships. She said that shifting her account toward lifestyle content and making it more of a personal brand around herself helped land these deals. Now she has booked deals for paid posts with brands like Rollo, a printing services company. For more stories about influencers and the resale industry, read these recent Business Insider pieces: How a clothing reseller used TikTok to double her sales to over $7,000 per month on the social shopping app Depop: Emma Rogue went viral on TikTok with over 6 million views. Business Insider spoke with her about what it was like to go viral and how she's doubled her sales since. How Instagram and TikTok are becoming powerful tools to help Poshmark clothing resellers drive sales: Two Poshmark resellers in their early 20s share how they've been using the social media apps to drive sales back to their Poshmark accounts. 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“Hey, guys!” It’s the greeting that launched a thousand meetings and Zoom calls. Etymologists trace the term “guys” to the historical figure Guy Fawkes. It’s evolved from the name of one man who attempted to assassinate King James I in 1605 to an informal address for a group of people in contemporary American English.But when used to address your colleagues, it’s a gendered greeting that could be sending signals about who is ― and isn’t ― included in your workplace. The Case Against Using “Hey, Guys”The problem with “guys” is that it is a “masculine word,” according to Amy Jeffers, an organisational development specialist in diversity, equity and inclusion. There are better alternatives, such as “Hey, everyone” or “Hey, folks” that are not gender-assuming, Jeffers added.Alternatives to "Hey guys"hey teamhey crewhey allhey folkshey peoplehey peepshey y'allhey everyonehey palshey friendshey— Kim Rees (they/she) (@krees) March 15, 2019Sociologist Sherryl Kleinman wrote an essay in the journal Qualitative Sociology against terms such as “you guys” in 2002, pointing out that they reinforce a language that already privileges men. Kleinman cited words such as chairman, postman and freshman as other examples.”‘Get over it,’ some people say,” she wrote. “Those words are generic. They apply to everyone. But then how come so-called generics are always male?”GLSEN, an education organisation that advocates for policies designed to protect LGBTQ students and students of marginalised identities, advised defaulting to gender-neutral language such as “friends,” “folks,” or “all” rather than “brothers and sisters” or  “guys,” “ladies,” “ma’am” or “sir.”Gendered language creeps into work communication in other insidious ways. Think about how you describe colleagues you don’t know. Do you default to “that guy” or “that woman?” GLSEN’s guide suggested that when you have not been introduced to people and don’t know their pronouns or gender identity, use descriptive language such as, “Can you give this paper to the person across the room with the white T-shirt and short brown hair?” Using gender-neutral language is not about using “he” or “she” equally but asking yourself, “Why are we using he or she at all? Couldn’t we just be using ‘they’?” Jeffers said.How To Correct Yourself Without Making It All About YouMistakes are a part of learning. But it’s important not to make your moment of learning someone else’s hurtful experience. Lily Zheng, a researcher on gender ambiguity in the workplace who is transgender, recounted this kind of experience in a 2019 podcast for the Harvard Business Review. Zheng recalled a time a colleague misgendered them, then spent the next 10 minutes apologising about it.“What ended up happening was I had to be their therapist. I had to say, ’No, it’s OK. It’s all right,’” Zheng said. “That experience was awful, and I had to tell this person, ’Next time, look, if you keep responding like this when I correct you, I won’t correct you. Me correcting misgendering is a courtesy to you. I’m letting you know that I trust you enough to get better.’”Being better means apologising when you are called out without becoming the centre of the apology.“I hear a lot of people complain, ‘It’s just so hard. I’m used to [other language],’” Jeffers said. People need to avoid defending their intentions in their apology, Jeffers added. Instead, they should focus on acknowledging that they are wrong and will be better.One way to get proactively better? Practise so that gender-neutral language at work becomes a habit. “The more we lean into gender-neutral language, the less mistakes we make, the less room for assumption, the less awkward moments,” Jeffers said. “Get good at practicing this, regardless of who is in the room, regardless if you know if someone is sensitive to this or not.”Related... 'I Didn’t Study It In Any Depth': 7 Times The Grenfell Inquiry Made Jaws Drop 'Targeted And Singled Out' – How It Feels When The Government Cancels Your Eid Plans Kids Will Flip Out Over This Banana Pancake Recipe
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In this report, Radiant Insights, Inc. offers a comprehensive analysis of key market trends in the global School Stationary Supplies market.It also includes discussion on historical trends, current market status, competitive landscape, growth opportunities and challenges which are backed by factful feedbacks.The report extensively provides quantitative analysis of the industry from 2014-2026, by Region, Type, Application.Consumption assessment by application, production by type in different regions.Furthermore, the report quantifies the market share held by the major players of the industry and provides an in-depth view of the competitive landscape.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-school-stationary-supplies-market-analysis/request-sample Geographically, global School Stationary Supplies market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including• Pilot• Kokuyo• Camlin• Newell Rubbermaid• Societe BIC• ACCO Brands• Adveo• Kaut-Bullinger• Lyreco• Ryman Group• MandG On the basis of product, we research the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate, primarily split into• Paper Products• Writing Instruments• Computer and Printer Supplies• Others For the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of School Stationary Supplies for each application, including• K-12• Higher Education Production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate are the key targets for School Stationary Supplies from 2014 to 2026 (forecast) in these regions• China• USA• Europe• Japan• Korea• India• Southeast Asia• South America Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-school-stationary-supplies-market-analysis Table of Contents 1 Report Overview1.1 Definition1.2 Manufacturers and Regions Overview1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview1.2.2 Regions Overview1.3 Type Overview1.4 Application Overview1.5 Industrial Chain1.5.1 School Stationary Supplies Overall Industrial Chain1.5.2 Upstream1.5.3 Downstream1.5.4 Economic/Political Environment 2 Global School Stationary Supplies Market Assesment by Types2.1 Overall Market Performance2.1.1 Product Type Market Performance (Volume)2.1.2 Product Type Market Performance (Value)2.2 China School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.3 USA School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.4 Europe School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.5 Japan School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.6 Korea School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.7 India School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.8 Southeast Asia School Stationary Supplies Market Performance2.9 South America School Stationary Supplies Market Performance 3 Global School Stationary Supplies Market Assesment by Application3.1 Overall Market Performance (Volume)3.2 China School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.3 USA School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.4 Europe School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.5 Japan School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.6 Korea School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.7 India School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.8 Southeast Asia School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume)3.9 South America School Stationary Supplies Market Performance (Volume) Continued… Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/consumer-goods About Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
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Boston Scientific spent the last four years overhauling its IT department.  The medical device manufacturer improved its hardware, pivoted to agile-like teams, and created new innovation studios to pursue the latest in digital health technology, among other improvements.  When the coronavirus hit, that transformation proved critical to keeping the business afloat.  "It's because we made all of those changes in the last few years that we were so well-positioned to make the swift, dramatic changes that COVID forced upon us," Chef Information Officer Jodi Eddy told Business Insider.  Sign up here to receive updates on all things Innovation Inc. MARLBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS — Back in February, Boston Scientific chief information officer Jodi Eddy extolled the medical device company's four-year digital transformation, detailing the many improvements to operational speed and efficiency to Business Insider.  This was just as COVID-19 was beginning to make more headlines in the US, but still weeks before the pandemic overtook daily life the way it has now. But those advancements would prove to be a lifeline for the company after it, like many other firms, transitioned the majority of its employees to remote work and suddenly had to make difficult decisions about the future.  It's yet another example of how digital investments enabled businesses to accommodate — nearly overnight — entirely new operating procedures and stay resilient during an unprecedented global health crisis.  "We have been preparing for this moment for the past four years through this transformation," Eddy told Business Insider in a July interview. "It's because we made all of those changes in the last few years that we were so well-positioned to make the swift, dramatic changes that COVID forced upon us." The digital transformation included improvements to basic IT functions but, on a deeper level, required a pivot to more cross-functional teams that paired tech professionals with business experts to dramatically cut-down the time it takes to get new products or innovations out the door — a management style commonly referred to as agile, one that companies like Fidelity have also used to improve productivity in the last few months.   Boston Scientific — which reported $10.7 billion in revenue for 2019, a 9.3% boost over the prior year — also propped up new innovation studios that could capitalize on the latest tech in digital health and launched an automated dashboard to give senior leaders a quick overview of everything from day-to-day financial metrics to cybersecurity incidents. The overhaul also enabled Boston Scientific to quickly handle increased usage of tools like augmented reality-based device support and online medical education courses.  "This global pandemic has broken down barriers that were there in the past," said Eddy. "It was just, 'Are you ready to go from zero to a hundred overnight?' And I would say we went from zero to a hundred in like a week. Maybe not overnight."  Offense sells tickets, defense wins championships For Eddy, most of the past four years was spent building up Boston Scientific's defense against something as significant as the coronavirus pandemic.  It tapped Office 365 and Microsoft Teams prior to the shift to remote work, which made the pivot to virtual collaboration easier. The company also created what Eddy calls an "omnichannel" experience for employees, under which they could access their documents and other data on any device.  Boston Scientific also used zScaler for its cloud security needs — a platform that other CIOs also relied on during the outbreak for its ability to rapidly grow with business needs. So when COVID hit at full-force and remote work became the norm, there was "minimal" work that Eddy had to do apart from increasing the user licenses for its virtual private network.  "Because we were so well-positioned on the defense side, we were able to quickly shift our priorities to offense," she said.  Reports that the executive team used to look at quarterly were now being viewed daily — and sometimes, like when it came to admission numbers at hospitals across the globe, the cadence picked up to hourly dispatches. The information came in use as Boston Scientific plotted out its immediate response and plan for the rest of 2020.  "We basically had to rewrite our annual operating plan like everybody else in like a period of weeks, something we usually spend months on," she said.  And like at other firms, the pandemic had the silver-lining at Boston Scientific of highlighting just how critical IT — a department that is historically used to operating in the shadows — is to the enterprise.  "It went overnight from 'nice to have' and important for efficiency to drive optimization, to business-line critical for operations," said Eddy. "The big opportunity and innovation is now: How do I leverage digital? For the CIO, that puts you squarely in the middle of commercial operations."SEE ALSO: The top 16 companies using artificial intelligence to revolutionize drug discovery, according to experts Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
Lichen Nitidus Treatment Market is a rare skin disease which occurs as skin-colored, tiny bumps on the surface of the skin.It is usually seen in children and young adults.It rarely causes discomfort and usually goes without treatment.Doctors usually use magnifying glass to look at the infected skin to examine the symptoms.It can occur in areas such as forearms, abdomen, chest, back of hand and many more.Global lichen nitidus treatment market is registering a substantial CAGR of 8.9% in the forecast period of 2019-2026.Get Sample Report at : https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-lichen-nitidus-treatment-marketCompetitive Analysis: Global Lichen Nitidus Treatment MarketFew of the major competitors currently working in Global Lichen Nitidus Treatment Market are Lonza, AstraZeneca, Horizon Therapeutics plc, The Richmond Light Company, Biogen, The Daavlin Company, Pfizer Inc., Merck & Co. Inc., Herbert Waldmann GmbH & Co. KG, Natus Medical Incorporated, Novartis AG, GlaxoSmithKline plc, National Biological Corp., Hubei Gedian Humanwell Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Ibis Medical, Sanofi, Farmabios SPA, Dr Batra’s, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER)  and among others.
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