It was reported late last year that vinyl records outsold digital downloads for the first time in some markets. Does this mean old technology is making a comeback? Two things accounted for this anomaly: (1) consumers of music wanted something more tangible, experiential, and personal than the usual downloading experience,
In 1965, technology pioneer and Intel co-founder Gordon Moore developed what would become known as Moore’s Law, describing how computer processing speed doubles every 18 months. In 2016, some say that the next five to 10 years of technology innovation will move faster than that of the past 100 years.
No generation may be as enticing or confusing for today’s dealers as the millennials. While the generation’s 70 million and counting members hold incredible economic power, they are also immune to most traditional marketing and sales pitches since they’ve been exposed to them from a very young age. As a