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GDPR, accelerator of your digital transformation

Original text by Alexis Mons, Head of Legal and GDPR at Emakina.FR GDPR: high time to get ready for the new EU data privacy laws On May the 25th 2018, EU’s General Data Protection Regulation will come into force. In business language, that’s already tomorrow morning. ‘GDPR’ (or ‘RGPD’ in French) represents a major tipping […]

User experience = agencies’ new core business

The earth has revolved once more around the sun: we are in 2016 and the Digital Transformation is in full swing. Faced with a world of digital native start-ups, companies with physical operations used to appeal to specialist agencies. Now, though, they are increasingly running their own digital operations. The agencies need to rethink their […]

Emakina Launches The ‘Digital Transformation Manifesto’

Emakina published its ‘Digital Transformation Manifesto’. The document describes the basics of a changing world. It guides businesses that want to undergo a successful digital transformation. The Manifesto is also an urgent appeal to business leaders to give the topic the place it deserves. The Digital Transformation Manifesto helps entrepreneurs to better frame the debate around […]

Internet of Things, a Damn Chaos

The Internet of Things seen by Brice Le Blévennec, CEO of Emakina. For those who follow me on Pinterest, you may have noticed that I’ve been collecting connected objects for years (gadgets for the house, the car, smart watches, Quantified Self bits…). Until recently, these technologies were reserved for an elite group of geeks ready to devote […]

Digital Humanitarianism

Emakina launches its second online campaign for Terre des Hommes. Following an interactive website on the oppressive state of child-minors in Burkina Faso, the Swiss digital agency Emakina was entrusted with a new challenge by the humanitarian organization Terre des Hommes: create a website to promote the sponsorship of children in distress. Working in partnership […]

Make the Wow Factor great again!

A man wearing a black turtleneck once said: ‘Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.’ That man was actually quoting British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke’s third law, who was as right in 1973 as he is today. This is why so many scientists, engineers, designers, inventors and digital agencies, among others, strive […]

Emakina partners with IBM on customer experiences and cognitive computing

Emakina, the full service digital transformation agency, announces a new and strategic partnership with IBM. With this step, Emakina develops its service offering around the IBM solutions focusing on cognitive systems and predictive customer intelligence. Emakina is one of the first European digital agencies to certify its teams on IBM’s cognitive and customer experience technologies. […]

Digital Transformation:
Do or Die

Vandaag delen we ons Digital Transformation Manifesto met de wereld. Hierin beschrijven we twintig stappen die nu essentieel zijn om organisaties klaar te maken voor de toekomst. Digitale transformatie is onvermijdelijk. Het Digital Transformation Manifesto helpt organisaties dit te realiseren. Om mee te blijven doen moeten organisaties zichzelf steeds opnieuw uitvinden. Jezelf aanpassen is dus […]

Six Steps to Define a Content Marketing Strategy

Are You Ahead or Behind the Curve?   Looking ahead to 2015 and beyond, brands that are going to find greater successful with their ongoing digital marketing efforts will be the ones who have a strategic vision and plan for implementing content marketing. If you are not already experimenting with processes and workflow, performing tests […]

AI boosts better user experiences

Emakina Group CEO Brice Le Blévennec shares some ideas on the impact of AI. We live in a world where idiocracy seems unstoppable. It is on a conquest of the minds and hearts of people, frightened by just about everything and its opposite. At the same time, artificial intelligence keeps on progressing, entirely unconcerned about […]

Burn your bridges: focus on Kodakisation, not Uberisation

Uberisation is the result of a lack of reflection on markets, business models and experiences made possible by digital. It is a lack of innovation, related to products, business models, technology and services. Kodakisation is fear of burning your bridges. It is the fear of transformation, pushing you to stay in the logic of taking small steps. Once you have concluded your reflection on positioning, experience and business models, it still takes courage to burn your bridges to start afresh. To leave behind what you are, to be able to become what you can be. And this is by far the most difficult phase.

Emakina launches the ‘Digital Transformation Manifesto’

Today, Emakina published its ‘Digital Transformation Manifesto’. The document describes the basics of a changing world. It guides businesses that want to undergo a successful digital transformation. The Manifesto is also an urgent appeal to business leaders to give the topic the place it deserves. The Digital Transformation Manifesto helps entrepreneurs to better frame the debate […]

Emakina/Insights: European business underestimates gamification potential

European businesses clearly underestimate the potential of gamification. There is a real need to inform them on this high added-value technique, to increase its intelligent use and positive impact. This is one of the conclusions of research on gamification executed by digital transformation agency Emakina. The yearlong qualitative and quantitative study was made possible with […]