If your business recruited a Chief Digital Officer (CDO) in the past 18 months, that person could still be experiencing a language gap in the boardroom.
We are delighted to announce that Qubit has raised $40m in a Series C round. The round was led by a new partner in Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division with participation from Accel (which led our Series B) and Salesforce Ventures.
I got into an interesting conversation with Mike Cassidy, the journalist who wrote about our TruthAboutData campaign for the Huffington Post technology blog.
If focusing on improving customer experience is on your mind as a key strategic aim in 2016, then you'll want to spend some time with our top 10 customer experience (CX) predictions. Few businesses have yet managed to build or even identify the perfect CX roadmap. Our customers will not continue to forgive us for much longer if we don't hit upon the winning formula soon.
How long does a fast-growing business really remain a start-up?
At Qubit we are five years old and yet last week, WIRED magazine included Qubit in its list of Europe’s hottest start-ups. This welcome news came just one week after Qubit was voted into a list of London’s 25 hottest start-ups by venture capital and angel investors, for business and innovation portal Informilo.
We finally burst out of our Soho office in London last month and moved our London HQ to a cool new base in King Street in the heart of Covent Garden.
King Street offers us six floors of state-of-the-art workspace.
“You know what kiddo? In the old days we did the news well. You know how? We just decided to.”Charlie Skinner, ACN, The Newsroom
Day two of the Adobe Summit and day two of Qubit’s #DumpFrank Guerrilla marketing stunt.
I'm standing outside the Adobe Summit in Salt Lake City watching 20 Frankensteins doing the dance to Michael Jackson's Thriller.
That was the message that our CEO Graham passed on to a senior global marketing audience at Advertising Week, in the Times Center Hall in New York City.
“We’re surrounded by nebulous concepts around what we’re supposed to do with data,” said Graham. “It’s my view that the most profitable business application for Big Data is customer experience.”