Steven's week 217: News about Amazon, NFT and more!
Welcome to episode #217! In this week’s show: retailer Best Buy is making another move in the health-care sector with the acquisition of Current Health, Amazon takes customer data one step further with its own smart fridge, NFT’s reach a new milestone, and some personal podcast and book news I’m very excited about. Enjoy!
0:23 Best Buy health-care move
2:14 Amazon’s own smart fridge
3:51 NFT’s hits € 10 billion quarter
5:22 Some personal news
Best Buy acquisition: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/12/best-buy-is-acquiring-british-health-care-company-current-health.html
Amazon introduces smart fridge: https://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/thebit-nz/300426206/amazon-is-reportedly-planning-its-own-smart-fridge
NFT skyrockets: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/06/nft-trading-volume-hit-10-billion-2-reasons-why-people-are-buying.html
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Steven Van Belleghem is an international keynote speaker. Over the past years Steven has given more than 1,000 presentations at events in over 40 countries. His core expertise is the future of customer centricity and customer experience. The combination between customer-centric thinking, the latest technologies and the human touch is the guiding principle in Steven’s stories.
Steven is an entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of inspiration agency Nexxworks and social media agency Snackbytes. As an investor he is also involved in the fast-growing digital agency Intracto and AI scale-up Hello Customer. Finally, Steven is also on the board of directors of Plan International. In addition to his entrepreneurial activities Steven is a part-time marketing professor at the Vlerick Business School and a guest lecturer at London Business School. His opinion is often shared in media like Forbes, Warc, The Guardian,…
Steven has authored four international bestsellers and has sold more than 130,000 books. His work has been translated into seven languages and he is the recipient of a variety of awards (most innovative marketing book, best marketing book, best international business book).