WHAT’S NEW THIS WEEK?

Is there such a thing as innovating too early?

What’s the trade-off between being innovative and being too early? Shazam co-founder Dhiraj Mukherjee speaks on the paradox and what he thinks makes for the best start-ups. Find out more in our latest Daily Dose with host, Karim Raffa.

The Economics of Extinction: Bees

   Weekly Round-Up

In case you missed it..

Today’s International Whisky Day! Many industries have suffered during the pandemic, but alcohol’s not one of them. So what’s the story behind the whisky in your glass? In case you missed it, join us for another look inside the whisky industry in our signature series – The Business of Booze.

What’s new this week?

Is there such a thing as innovating too early?

What’s the trade-off between being innovative and being too early? Shazam co-founder Dhiraj Mukherjee speaks on the paradox and what he thinks makes for the best start-ups. Find out more in our latest Daily Dose with host, Karim Raffa.

The Economics of Extinction: Bees

   Weekly Round-Up

In case you missed it..

Today’s International Whisky Day! Many industries have suffered during the pandemic, but alcohol’s not one of them. So what’s the story behind the whisky in your glass? In case you missed it, join us for another look inside the whisky industry in our signature series – The Business of Booze.

VISUAL STORIES

ECONOMICS OF EXTINCTION

Our new series on the cost of conservation, but from the other side of the equation. If everything has a cost,
to conserve or destroy then what is an animal or an entire ecosystem worth on a spreadsheet?

Economics of Extinction: Orangutans

Economics of Extinction: Orangutans

Economics of Extinction: Orangutans

Economics of Extinction: Big Cats

Economics of Extinction: Big Cats

Economics of Extinction: Big Cats

In Chapter 2, we look at big cats. What’s driving their global decline? What happens when an apex predator dies out? In short, what are they worth, alive? And what’s the cost if they disappear? Find out more in our latest episode.

Economics of Extinction: Coral Reefs

Economics of Extinction: Coral Reefs

Economics of Extinction: Coral Reefs

In Chapter 3, we look at coral reefs. Roughly 70% of our planet is ocean. The remaining 1% are coral reefs, which are responsible for tens of thousands of marine species. And it’s all under threat. If coral vanishes, we also (probably) vanish.

Economics of Extinction: Bats

Economics of Extinction: Bats

Economics of Extinction: Bats

In Chapter 4, we look at bats. Why bats? Bats have long been objects of superstition and fear. Things have only gotten worse during the pandemic. The truth is, bats are invaluable as our single-best source of 100% organic pest control.

Economics of Extinction: Elephants

Economics of Extinction: Elephants

Economics of Extinction: Elephants

In Chapter 5, we look at elephants. Their numbers have fallen >90% in the last 100 years. Why? Simple, poaching. What are they worth? Roughly $4.2 billion – for the ivory of every elephant left on Earth. But what’s the real cost if we lose them to poaching?

Economics of Extinction: Bees

Coming Next Friday 9/4

Economics of Extinction: Bees

Coming Next Friday 9/4

   DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION X COVID

With 79% of all companies only just starting Digital Transformation, DT looks very different depending who you are. Join us as we explore what are the stages, what do you need to do now, and how can we get better at building future-proof companies?

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Join Dr. Edy Greenblatt, PhD, PCC, CEO Restoration Vacation, Inc., as we talk about how we have reordered our lives to work from home during Covid, and what have we learned.

Jawahar Kanjilal, founder of TeamStreamz and early DT pioneer on the harsh reality that overshadows the global surge in Digital Transformation. Who will be left behind, and can we address the democratization of DT before it’s too late?

   BIG TECH X CONGRESS

In Part 4 of our Big Tech series, we scrutinise Tim Cook’s testimony, focusing on the App Store, his assertions Apple’s not a threat, and renewed allegations of anti-competitive behaviour. Read about it here

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In Part 3 of our Big Tech series, we analyse Amazon’s contentious testimony, where the evolving definition of aggregation was just the tip of the iceberg. Read about it here

In Part 2, we unpack Sundar Pichai’s responses to Congress’s unexpectedly aggressive questioning, from antitrust issues, to national security. Read about it here

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