Austria | Format | 11 December 2009

"Seven trends for new chances"

The business weekly Format provides a three-page-insight into the new book of Micheal Traem "Innovate Your Company" and an interview about his main messages.

Sweden | TV-nyheter | 11 December 2009

Report: IPTV growth hinges on an open standard

A report from the management consultancy Arthur D. Little concludes that the telecom industry must work collectively to develop a global IPTV standard. An open approach to developing STB standards is the best path to achieving rapid price decreases and mass-market distribution.

Norway | Dagens Næringsliv | 09 December 2009

Fear of chaos in the TV room

Risk of increased costs and decreased quality for future TV services, unless something is done

IPTV takes television to the internet and enables communication in all directions. However, a report by Arthur D. Little concludes that there are several obstacles that could be detrimental to new services. The market is fragmented and producers need to work collectively to ensure common standards.

Sweden | Telekomnyheterna | 09 December 2009

IPTV growth hinges on an open standard according to report

A report presented by Arthur D. Little concludes that IPTV growth hinges on an open standard. The consulting company advises the industry to work collectively in order to reach a global IPTV standard that can drive development and reduce cost for all players.

Germany | Handelsblatt | 07 December 2009

Debacle threats pending auction for frequencies

The auction of the now unused frequency spectrum formerly used for broadcasting is likely to generate much less revenue for the state than earlier expected. "Returns may be in a scale between 2 – 2.5 billion Euros", says Klaus von den Hoff. The Reasons: The market for mobiles is more saturated than in former auctions and numerous additional requirements narrow the attractiveness of the offers.

Germany | Welt am Sonntag | 06 December 2009

Capitals of Culture generate more quality of life

The Ruhr district and the city of Essen are now the European Capital of Culture. "The region's tourism and the creative industries will definitely make profit by it" says Stefan Höffinger, director of Arthur D. Little Austria. According to a recent ADL study, important cultural events like these do often have a positive long-term effect for the region as seen in Linz, Liverpool and Bilbao.

UK | | 02 December 2009

ADL forges its future by going back to its roots

This article is an interview with Arthur D. Little’s CEO Michael Traem which discusses Arthur D. Little’s emergence from Chapter 11 in 2002 due to focus on 'strategy, innovation and technology'. Traem encourages companies to be innovative during the recession instead of centring on pure cost cutting, in order to be fruitful. It is this innovative attitude which sets Arthur D. Little apart from other consultant companies.

France | Voyages d'Affaires | 01 December 2009

A space Odyssey to conceive the 2030 airport

Apart from technical changes on planes, airports will also go through tremendous changes. According to ADL, in one of their studies, such a phenomenon turns airports into airport cities. The 2025 airport platform will first be a place to live in and to buy with shops, cafés and leisure areas.

Italy | Il Sole 24 Ore | 01 December 2009

Nobody seizes the opportunities created by crisis

Paolo Guidelli Guidi, senior advisor at ADL Rome office, wrote an article appeared in the Automotive Report section of Il Sole 24 Ore (the main Italian economic daily newspaper). In this article, Paolo states that the European Automotive sector has not seized the opportunities of change created by the financial crisis, focusing on short-term solutions to the detriment of farsighted strategies.

Germany | Tagesspiegel | 25 November 2009

Twitter strives to go public

Twitter‘s business model is still developing. In the near future the tiny messages will contain advertising slogans so that operators can finally make money with the service. But experts are rather skeptical. People do not accept advertising in social networks, says Klaus von den Hoff from Arthur D. Little.

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