In China, anything you want to do can be done through the internet which might sound like the worst nightmare for brick-and-mortar retail in the country but that is far from what is happening as the companies find a way to work with the virtual world to further enhance the shopping experience for their consumers.
Guangzhou, China, a car manufacturer has set up an unmanned car vending machine
that will allow buyers to browse through the models that they have to offer
from their smartphone app and then choosing the car for a test drive for up to
three days. Once they have made their selection, they can head to the vending
machine and pick up the vehicle on-the-spot and return it three days later
without having to deal with pushy salespersons.
online retailer JD.com also now offers robotic carts in their supermarkets that
will follow you around the store while you check out their products. This way,
your hands will be free to do other stuff like taking care of your child or
picking up products from the shelves.
These are only some of the examples of how China is adapting to the “new retail” era that would benefit both the business as well as the consumers.
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Here at Internut, we are thrilled to be recognized by Clutch. A small, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based app development company, we specialize in Web Development and Mobile App Development, satisfying our customers with polished products. As mobile app development becomes more commonplace, you need a polished design to generate and maintain traffic, increasing your revenue. This makes our work crucial for many businesses.
Clutch is a B2B
in Washington, D.C. that ranks firms across over 500 categories. Using verified
client reviews, Clutch analysts rank firms based on their ability to deliver
satisfactory products and expertise in their specific field. Without these
reviews, Clutch’s mission of providing authentic ratings wouldn’t be possible.
In our reviews on Clutch, we were
complimented for our past experience in app development. Alan Tee, the founder
of Agilent Technologies, mentioned, “we saw a 40% reduction in the number
of booking calls to our call center,” allowing the company to focus
more on hospitality. Additionally, we were chosen for “their past
experience and our confidence in their abilities.”This project also
included AI to interpret varied Malaysian dialects. Given our experience and
knowledge, we will make sure you are satisfied with your product.
In addition to Clutch, there are two other
B2B platforms that make choosing a service firm easier than ever. The Manifest
is a business news site that features business tips and top-performing firms
across the globe. On The Manifest, our profile features a summary of our
former clients and awards. Additionally, Visual Objects features portfolios
from a wide variety of firms, showcasing past projects. There, top firms are listed with quick images for you to choose the
best firm for your business project.
This award is an awesome opportunity, and
it’s a great feeling knowing Internut is making a genuine improvement in
people’s lives through digital technology. Thank you to Clutch — we look
forward to our continued partnership! Contact
to get started working with us today!
The Ogilvy & Mather group in Hong Kong have got together with Pizza Hut and come up with a great campaign that is very innovative. They are calling it the Pizza Hut Blockbuster Box and their aim is to draw in the younger generation from the streets of Hong Kong by bringing together two things that youngsters enjoy, pizza and the movies. Continue reading “Pizza Hut Shows How To Market A Product, Hollywood Style”
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Have you ever looked at a logo of a company, or more to the point, the negative spacing in and around that logo? Often you can make out something in that negative space.
Perhaps one of the most outstanding logos when it comes to negative space is that of FedEx. This has an arrow that can be seen between the letters E and the X, which signifies movement along with direction and taking action. But what about the new logo for the Edge Browser from Microsoft as it appears there could be numerous things hiding in that negative space?
The logo does have some connection with the old Internet Explorer logo. However, some people have picked up on the fact that there does seem to be things hiding in the negative space. For those who have no idea what the negative space is, it’s simply the blank or white space around and in-between the logo.
If you look at it for long enough you might wonder if Microsoft put in a hammer and a sickle, perhaps it reminds you of Sonic the Hedgehog getting ready to spin in a ball. It looks as though it could be a faucet over a sink, perhaps it could be a lamp hovering over a desk, what about a hair dryer placed over a massage table?
Different people have different ideas about how Microsoft has used that negative space, if they did at all.
In Malaysia, using negative space logo design isn’t common. Internut has in the past designed logos for companies looking for this – our favorite would have to be one we did for a restaurant and bar in Empire Damansara called The Jekyll & Hyde. Do check it out.