More emphasis on the customer experience - and the introduction of ‘interactive mirrors’ for fashion shoppers - is only the starting point of what’s to come in retail tech, reports Fiona Alston
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Epson’s new range of interactive projectors is aiming to help children display their bright ideas
Increasingly, firms are investing in intellectual property rather than assets like land or oil, which are subject to value fluctuation. The state’s multibillion-euro research infrastructure helps to make this happen, writes Graham Clifford
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'It certainly feels like the next 10 years will be “now or never” in terms of tackling the problems of coverage and adequacy'
Maurice Whyms, President of the Society of Actuaries Ireland (SAI) on the future of the pensions industry in Ireland
'If you wait for something to hit the mainstream, your business won’t be looking at the menu; it’ll be on it'
John Abel, Vice President of Cloud Technology for the UK, Ireland and Israel on the challenges facing modern technology leaders
'If the industry can deliver both what individuals need in retirement, as well as what they want, they will be doing well.'
Chris Curry, Director of the Pensions Policy Institute on the future of pensions in Ireland
Rose Leonard, Head of Corporate Distribution & CRM at Zurich Life on the future of pensions in Ireland
The best way to offset risk is to take a long-term view and remain diversified, writes Patrizia Libotte
While industry leaders broadly welcome the government’s €200m Audio-visual Action Plan, a spectre looms on the horizon, writes Graham Clifford