Millennials, the generation born between 1980 and 2000, is a generation of more than 80 million people, and it is the biggest generation in American history. One of the implications of this generation is their view on banking, and especially how the banking industry is next up for disruption due to unmet needs and dissatisfaction. For example all four of the leading banks in the US are among the ten least loved brands by Millennials, and one in three is open to switching banks in the next 90 days.
What is the next crazy idea that will be spun out of Silicon Valley as a massive, multi-billion dollar company? Do you think it could be a social media platform like Imgur, which has successfully managed to have millions of users request more advertisement from Walmart? Or what about an Air B’n’B for sea vessels, Boat Bound?
When Danish Astronaut, Andreas Mogensen, takes flight on September 2 as second in charge on the European Space Agency vessel, Soyuz TMA-18M, he will be the first Dane in Space.
One of the most commonly used words in the educational landscape in recent years, is probably – though an abbreviation – MOOC. The Massive Online Open Course term was coined back in the late 00’es, and rose in the last couple of years exponentially with the introduction of platforms such as Coursera and Udacity.
Come hear about the possibilities for doing research and study in Europe at the Destination Europe event, which will take place on February 12th 2015 in San José, California, USA. Read more about the conference.