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Crisis breeds innovation. This might be a controversial statement and not obvious but think back to post the financial crisis - Uber, Whatsapp, Cloudera, Slack, and Square (to name but a few) were all founded in 2009 alone. We could easily go on, specifically when talking about challenger banks and payment providers.
Created amidst the 2008’s crisis, Blockchain was designed to be an antidote to the traditional financial system’s shortcomings. Decentralized and independent of governments, it gained global prominence as a borderless, fair payment method. Now that our economy is on its knees, it is Blockchain’s chance to prove if it is truly the technology of the future. Paweł Sobotkowski - FinTech & Financial Services Consultant interviewed Taha Sajid, Chief Blockchain Consultant with Limar Global and Technical Director in Huawei, to learn more about Blockchain’s potential future and the FinTech ecosystem in Saudi Arabia, where he is based.
First impressions matter both with people and websites. If you do not wish your website’s user experience to feel like going down the rabbit hole, do not underestimate the importance of User Experience (UX) and Customer Experience (CX). When navigating your website is confusing, your potential customers are more likely to head towards competition. Nowadays, people’s expectations are higher than ever, and if you manage to meet them, your sales may soar in no time.
User Experience and Customer Experience are new players in marketing games, but they can make or break entire businesses. Canada slowly embraces UX trends, but what about Germany?
Building a team is an essential part of long-term projects. It’s impossible to commission every task to a group of freelancers that only do a small part and don’t feel any responsibility of the whole project. You need few people which can communicate, check and continuously create added value. What traps can mess up all your efforts at team creation?
Sorry to disappoint you, but the World will not end with this plague. And will not end with any other. There will be turmoil, problems with logistics, a lack of medical care and few other undesirable events. And there will be a home office. How to not lose efficiency and a work-life balance when an organized corporation workspace has been exchanged for your living room?
First impressions matter both with people and websites. If you do not wish your website’s user experience to feel like going down the rabbit hole, do not underestimate the importance of User Experience (UX) and Customer Experience (CX). When navigating your website is confusing, your potential customers are more likely to head towards competition. Nowadays, people’s expectations are higher than ever, and if you manage to meet them, your sales may soar in no time.
User Experience and Customer Experience are new players in marketing games, but they can make or break entire businesses. Canada slowly embraces UX trends, but what about Germany?
Sorry to disappoint you, but the World will not end with this plague. And will not end with any other. There will be turmoil, problems with logistics, a lack of medical care and few other undesirable events. And there will be a home office. How to not lose efficiency and a work-life balance when an organized corporation workspace has been exchanged for your living room?
Building a team is an essential part of long-term projects. It’s impossible to commission every task to a group of freelancers that only do a small part and don’t feel any responsibility of the whole project. You need few people which can communicate, check and continuously create added value. What traps can mess up all your efforts at team creation?
Building a team is an essential part of long-term projects. It’s impossible to commission every task to a group of freelancers that only do a small part and don’t feel any responsibility of the whole project. You need few people which can communicate, check and continuously create added value. What traps can mess up all your efforts at team creation?
Crisis breeds innovation. This might be a controversial statement and not obvious but think back to post the financial crisis - Uber, Whatsapp, Cloudera, Slack, and Square (to name but a few) were all founded in 2009 alone. We could easily go on, specifically when talking about challenger banks and payment providers.
Created amidst the 2008’s crisis, Blockchain was designed to be an antidote to the traditional financial system’s shortcomings. Decentralized and independent of governments, it gained global prominence as a borderless, fair payment method. Now that our economy is on its knees, it is Blockchain’s chance to prove if it is truly the technology of the future. Paweł Sobotkowski - FinTech & Financial Services Consultant interviewed Taha Sajid, Chief Blockchain Consultant with Limar Global and Technical Director in Huawei, to learn more about Blockchain’s potential future and the FinTech ecosystem in Saudi Arabia, where he is based.
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Sorry to disappoint you, but the World will not end with this plague. And will not end with any other. There will be turmoil, problems with logistics, a lack of medical care and few other undesirable events. And there will be a home office. How to not lose efficiency and a work-life balance when an organized corporation workspace has been exchanged for your living room?

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