Innovation pivots on the CEO

Inertia is going to hit a lot of businesses unless they start transforming as the internet already accounts for an average of 5.3% of GDP (up from 4.1% in 2010) 

The internet now means mobile!

And, in case you're still wondering, on mobile apps rule.

ut look at the results of a survey across 150 senior business executives by Squiz,

- 56% of business leaders admitted to not having a mobile app or mobile web

- 65% of respondents believe it to be ‘very’ or ‘somewhat important’

- Only 28% of respondents are planning to invest in mobile next year despite identifying the biggest drivers as

- improved Customer Experience (CX) (21%)

- increased audience reach (17%)

- more targeted communications (14%)

Some of the biggest challenges are seen as technical skills (19%), budget (17%), and time (11%). 


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However, the main reason cited for not investing more heavily online was that, without a mandate for change set by the CEO, all the executives face huge internal constraints to successfully going digital.

There is a lot at stake. The top 5 companies in the world by market cap are all technology giants.

And technology companies are moving into multiple different industries. 

There is some $40TN in value that they are going after.

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