start-ups launch bed management offensive

AFP, Posted on Monday, November 14, 2022 at 7:26 AM Outpatient care development, bed cuts, patient flow to be regulated: the hospital is increasingly using start-ups to manage care pathways, despite the reluctance of caregivers. It was listening to his wife, an anesthetist-resuscitator in Alsace, tell him in the spring of 2020, in the midst … Read more

Mollie’s Weekly Ecommerce Tip: #4 Offer a “Buy Now, Pay Later” option. – Press releases

The following text is taken from a press release and in no way reflects the opinion of the editorial staff. Black Friday (November 25th) and Cyber ​​Monday (November 28th) started in the United States and became two unmissable days in Belgium. The numbers show that smaller retailers saw their Cyber ​​Monday 2020 sales increase by … Read more

From the kitchen to the planet Mars, indoor farming is still finding its way

From a corner kitchen to the sandy stretches of the planet Mars, will we soon be growing plants in artificial environments controlled by technology? Some startups believe this, but they are still groping to find the economic model that will make them viable on a large scale. “Within 5 to 10 years, most homes will … Read more

The company of tomorrow will be “full-CSR”

Human resources, IT, communication… By 2030, companies”will fully integrate social, social and environmental responsibility at all levels of its organizations, activities, business and practices“, predicts a study carried out by PWC, the Institute of Enterprise and the National Foundation for Business Management Education. In other words, CSR will no longer be the work of a … Read more

Projects considered in the “IU Startup Demo Day 2022” contest

>> Start-ups in Vietnam are attractive to investors >> Vietnam start-ups seek global solutions to move forward 1 discounter “IU Startup Demo Day 2022” contest prize for 3D project members. Photo: GDT/CVN The big winner of the contest”UI Boot Demo Day 2022” is 3B (bike between bus), a project that connects bus stops to a … Read more

In Canada, the commotion in the companies in the face of cyberattacks

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, hospitals or even an affected airline: Recent cyber attacks have reminded Canada that the country was lagging behind in the field of computer security when the threat became clearer with the outbreak of war in Ukraine. Last week, Canada and four other Western countries, including the United States, warned that … Read more

Big companies are groping in the field of cryptocurrencies

Four years ago, fast-food chain KFC tweeted from its Canadian account that it would allow bitcoin as payment for its buckets of chicken. The company told AFP that the ad campaign was a joke that only lasted an hour and that it hasn’t received any cryptocurrency payments since, but stories online continue to emerge. claim … Read more