South Florida business leaders and government officials are betting on the tech industry becoming the area’s next big economic driver. But is it all talk? Three players from the local tech scene weigh in on whether South Florida is the next hot tech hub or an also-ran.
Welspun’s response to its Egyptian cotton crisis has, in fact, not been wholly well spun.
“What we’re seeing in terms of real, everyday practical solutions in leveraging augmented reality is at a really nascent stage at this point,” said Jacques Hart, CEO of Roar Media.
“Everyone has a browser on their phone and people are used to searching for things on a browser. So make sure you are mobile-friendly,” Hart said.
Figures vary industry to industry, and hours of the day play a factor, too. But the underlying message remains: It is crucial to interact with consumers via mobile.
This week the crisis involves Walt Disney Co. and its response to the death earlier this month of a two-year-old boy who was attacked by an alligator at one of the company’s resorts in Orlando, Fla.
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- Google Partner Agency
- Coveted Good to Great Award
- 50 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in Florida
- 3rd Largest + Fastest Growing Marketing Agency in S. Florida
- Sabre Finalist Award
- Multiple Webby Award Winner
- Top 20 Best Offices in South Florida
- W3 Award Winner