Unilever recently announced that it bought corporate viral-video and subscription-model darling Dollar Shave Club (DSC). Here are 6 reasons why shave and razor brands shouldn’t necessarily be worried, but all other personal care brands should take note.
Signals Analytics is proud to be named a 2016 Cool Vendor in R&D for Manufacturers1 by Gartner, Inc.
Last week I attended the Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes Conference, in Milan, Italy, which brought together the world’s leading researchers, clinical practitioners and corporate professionals for a lively exchange of innovative ideas related to digital health technologies in diabetes. Here are the four top diabetes technology trends as I see it, which I think captures the trends in the diabetes ecosystem at large.
Through the emergence of wearable digital health accessories, such as fitness trackers, even the largest and most conventional, top-of-mind, firms have had to rethink their models in order to stay at the forefront of the market.
Pharma companies will always be judged first and foremost based on the effectiveness of their drugs to treat intended conditions—but the consumer healthcare experience will continue to play an increasingly important role.
We are proud to announce our rank of 21st on the 2016 Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ list for our 273% growth rate. The list annually recognizes and honors the 50 private and publicly held fastest growing technology companies in Israel, based on percentage revenue growth over a four-year period.
Signals Analytics uses open-source, external data. This means that the data we collect and analyze is publicly available. Our approach is unique because we work with external data sources, unlike most big data solutions that focus on internal data (CRM, ERP, supply chain management, financials) that are retrieved from inside the company.
The key to understanding how to build the best wearable product for consumers begins with identifying consumer behaviors and needs. Signals Playbook™, a data analytics platform, recently analyzed thousands of consumer discussions (blogs, forums, social media posts, and product reviews) to identify the top benefits consumers want in their wearables.
Sugar has become the main substitute ingredient in foods after the results of a 1980s study were published showing fat and cholesterol led to heart disease. It is the ingredient used in foods to keep it tasting good while lowering overall fat levels.