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Bank Innovation 2013 Debuts Its App

Bank Innovation 2013 Debuts Its App

by December 11, 2012 at 8:54 am 1 comment

There are lots of ways you can network with Bank Innovation 2013 attendees before the conference even starts in March 2013. There’s our LinkedIn Group, you can follow the conversation on Twitter using the #BI13 hashtag — and now, for the first time, you can download our Bank Innovation 2013 App for yourRead More

Gen-M: the abandonment of “touch and feel” and the emergence of “see and hear”

Gen-M: the abandonment of “touch and feel” and the emergence of “see and hear”

by October 6, 2012 at 11:32 pm 0 comments

Baby Boomers and Gen-X have in common the need to experience life in all it’s glory. Whether that is born out of a sense of adventure, the need for tactile feedback or in the sense of face-to-face social connections, at the core of much of our buying behavior historically has been the need to ‘touch […]

What will it take to restore trust in the banking system?

What will it take to restore trust in the banking system?

by August 1, 2012 at 1:27 pm 0 comments

I grew up in a world where a run on the ‘bank’ was never realistically going to happen. I grew up in a world where when someone wished to declare the truthfulness of their assertion they’d simply say “you can take that to the bank” or when it was a sure thing they’d say “you […]

Why Facebook dropped Credits, and why FB is more important than ever (for Banks)

Why Facebook dropped Credits, and why FB is more important than ever (for Banks)

by June 20, 2012 at 3:52 pm 0 comments

It was announced yesterday that Facebook is going to start phasing out their Facebook Credits system. If you’ve been watching my commentary over the last few years, I had entertained Facebook becoming a sort of default currency for the web because of the platform’s ubiquity. However, like many things online, users and developers collaborated to […]