Agility is a much-prized thing in business. The word often serves as shorthand for the dynamism, changeability and risk-taking that traditionally comes from small businesses. And traditionally, as a business grows, so its agility is abandoned in favour of more rigid hierarchies and best-practice codification.
Six months ago Nintendo was declared dead. But with the release of the augmented reality (AR) app Pokemon Go last Tuesday, Nintendo was able to resurrect its entertainment business. This worldwide phenomenon has increased Nintendo’s stock by $9 billion in just two days and has already eclipsed Twitter and Tinder user numbers. Was Nintendo just lucky to hit spot on the mark with this game?
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Over the last few years the UK tech sector has whetted strong investor appetite and has attracted all kinds of service providers who want to seize a piece of the pie from the booming community.
The Silicon Valley-based tech campus RocketSpacehas housed unicorns like Uber, Spotify, Hootsuite and Supercell and recognises now as the right time to give further momentum to British tech growth by opening a ‘state-of-the-art’ campus in London.