UK | The Green Market | 12 May 2010

Electric vehicles need new business models to succeed

This article discusses the need for the automotive industry to develop creative and unconventional business models to combat the higher costs of production for electric vehicles. Arthur D. Little’s ‘Winning on the E-mobility playing field’ viewpoint is discussed and Stefan Lippautz is qu

France | La Tribune | 11 May 2010

Mobile internet

A headache for operators

The use of mobile phones with Internet access is currently booming but part of the profit is not going directly to the operators. The article discusses how incomes are being split between the App Store (Apple or Google) and the Application Editor. This market amounted to 3.3 billion Euros in

France | Israel Valley | 10 May 2010

GTI lab news

This article details the work of Steeve Louzoun, Senior Consultant and Francois Deneux, Senior Partner for Arthur D. Little who are writing a book with Daniel Rouarch, the GTI Lab Director at ESCP School. This book is about “incubators of the world” in 7 countries (USA, Israël, France, Switzerland, Japan, India & Ch

France | L'Atelier | 07 May 2010

Conquering the eco mobility market demands a solid business model

The Arthur D. Little study titled “Winning on the E-mobility Playing Field” discusses what attitude automobile OEMs should adopt in order to gain access to new eco mobility mar

Germany | Manager Magazin Online | 03 May 2010

The World is not Enough

Google and apple aggressively attack the established business models of German companies. About seven per cent of Germany’s economic performance shall be under pressure due to their threatening strategies, according to an Arthur D. Little study. In several branches, such as telecommunications or the music industry, 20 per cent per year is at stake, mainly due to the inte

UK | Excellence in Leadership | 01 May 2010

Five steps to success

A three page review of Michael Traem’s Innovate Your Company, the article highlights how Traem uses his extensive R&D and consultancy experience to look at the many influences driving the modern economy. Traem outlines seven basic trends companies cannot afford to ignore, and five corresponding innovation success fac

Germany | Handelsblatt | 30 April 2010

German government provides start-up aid for E-cars

German railways have the chance to take over a frontrunner role with the removal of electric mobility. Their presence in large hubs allows the German railways not only to build up the necessary infrastructure for electrically pursued vehicles, but also to respond directly to customers if they want to go into town. This is one of the results of a study which Arthur D. Little will present shortly. However, because the forecast for the E-car market volume sways between 2 and 25 percent, the car manufacturers are still unsure about their engagement, explains Marc Winter

France | Israel Valley | 29 April 2010

University : Sciences and R&D projects

A delegation of Israeli students will be in Paris on May 2nd and 3rd 2010 for Euro-project. This visit will help validate the projects developed by ESCP Europe, an international business school based in Paris, France and The Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa Is

UK | Total Telecom | 29 April 2010

Net neutrality is ‘Communism’ in the network

This article details Arthur D Little’s advice to operators against treating all web traffic equally, comparing network neutrality to communism. The article quotes comments made by both Klaus von den Hoff and Ansgar Schlautmann, following the panel session hosted by Arthur D Little in Lo

UK | Total Telecom | 28 April 2010

Mobile traffic offload is not free

This was the lead article on the publication’s website and highlights various warnings about the cost of routing mobile traffic via fixed networks and the need for the cost to be passed on. The piece also discusses how non-integrated operators are still at a disadvantage. This article directly followed the UK’s Exane breakfast briefing event in London where the editor of the publication was pre

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