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Experience_Economy

Reimagining Bank Product Design in the Experience Economy

When B. Joseph Pine II and James Gilmore wrote a book called “The Experience Economy,” they built on the work of Alvin Toffler (“Future Shock”) and others on the value of creating experiences. They cited Disney, Starbucks, Nordstrom and other leading brands as examples. Pine and Gilmore argue– and I agree– that our economy has […]

Honors for Innovative Wealth Management Companies

My friends and former colleagues at U.S. Bank’s Ascent Private Capital Management recently won “Best Newcomer- Private Wealth Manager” and was highly commended for “Best Multi-Family Office- Client Service- Over $2.5 Billion” in the 2013 Private Asset Management  (PAM) Awards in New York. Congratulations to the entire team! ___________________________ Separately, Fast Company listed “The World’s Top […]

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FinovateEurope 2013 Best of Show Winners

By Jim Bruene on February 13, 2013 4:24 PM Our third FinovateEurope wrapped up a few hours ago. At the end of each of the two jam-packed days, the London audience voted for their favorite three demos. The top eight overall were named Best of Show (see notes). The winners (in alphabetic order): Credit-Agricole for its app store where it is […]

Why More Experienced CEOs Will Stay At the Forefront of Tech Innovation

This is as encouraging to me personally (“the average age of founders of technology companies is a surprisingly high 39 – with twice as many over-50 executives as those under 29 years old.)”, as it is generally (“The United States might be on the cusp of an entrepreneurship boom—not in spite of an aging population […]