Chief Executive Officer at The Centre for eBusiness
22 August 2006 15:39pm
Some of you may have come across the controversial article written by the Shadow Chancellor George Osborne for The Times . The team at The North East Regional Portal and our partners felt strongly about some of the comments so much so that the reactions were summarised in a white paper and submitted to the Shadow Chancellor.
It occured to me that this would be of interest to the members so here it is:
Follow this link to find out more about it and download the white paper.
Let us know what you think.
Director at Eye4Design
27 August 2006 20:16pm
I think we have been slow to act compared to the US but we have time to catch up and in true British style can do it even better.
We have been working tirelessly in areas such as Affiliate marketing, SEO and Email marketing, having produced top rated software products which can compete with the best online.
I think we are only a short step away from the kind of investment that ideas like Google or eBay require, we certainly have the technology.
It will come.
Web Marketer at GnP Technologies
28 August 2006 08:17am
A new concept in its own way is a result of extreme thinking conceptually if not extreme technical knowhow. That said, European nations and UK in particular needs to have more hands on generating concepts, working on R&D aspects etc;
Simply following USA footsteps wont lead (europe) no where. Obviously that demands for extended corporate and goverment interventions(Healthy intervention). The nation's governing bodies needs to decide on the development framework, budget the R& D possibities and involve more and more fresh blood in to the same. All this boils down to training and providing the nurturing ground at the educational level.
Uk has had the credit of being and still continuing with the status of the most business oriented society in the whole world. But as far as technical inputs are concerned, the pines are all in the USA. All business concepts and more to say the art of doing business has been pronounced with advanced technical backbones.
In short i just suggest to do a backward integration of all the resources (especially ) educational platform.
From a birds view point USA considers its technical know how growth as mandatory and driving force of development as compared with any other nation which simply takes it as a mere academic achievement.
Kindly enlighten if the views has the room for improvement (i surely think they do have some).
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