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1.5 bn Euros mark has been broken for the first time in 2017 and according to Bitkom the boom still continues. Go-to-market experts recommend smart entry to the German app and software market.
The German market for apps for smartphones and tablets keeps growing and just broke the 1.5 billion Euros mark in 2017. This reports the German high-tech association Bitkom in a recent press release. Based on numbers of the research institute research2guidance, this means almost a tripling compared to the year 2013, when sales were 547 million Euros. Compared with the year 2016, it is a plus of 4 percent.
Everybody is talking about Industry 4.0. A new study by Roland Berger reveals which European Countries are actually prepared for the next industrial revolution. bloodsugarmagic knows how to jump on the bandwagon.
After three industrial revolutions in the past, Europe is now on the verge of a fourth, which will irrevocably change the way goods are manufactured and services are offered. The term “Industry 4.0” refers to the computerization of the manufacturing industry. Physical objects will be seamlessly integrated into the information network, they are able to communicate with each other, exchange information and operate each other.
To remain economically successful, it is essential for a company to be part of this trend and to adapt its business model accordingly.
To be heard by editors, good press relations require a systematic approach. bloodsugarmagic gives some advice to create a solid base for a successful cooperation.
bloodsugarmagic, the specialist for strategic marketing, positioning and press relations in IT, provides advice on how press releases are successfully picked up by the IT press. Good press relations rely on the creation of a mutually fruitful relationship with editors and journalists of the IT press. The best way NOT to be heard is to somehow compose an e-mail-distribution list and happily spam the editorial offices with press releases.
The Swiss ICT market is still slowly on the rise. The total turnover has increased in 2013 and market researchers as well as members of the branch are optimistic that this trend continues.
The Swiss market for information technology and telecommunication (ICT) is gently but steadily growing. According to a press release by BITKOM, the German Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunication and New Media, the total turnover of the Swiss ICT market has increased by 1,4 % in 2013. For 2014 the experts expect a growth of 1,7 % to CHF 30,4 billion. These numbers base on data by the European Information Technology Observatory (EITO).