The key to modern life: Logistics

ERSU ABLAK writes:

Logistics is one of the most important industries for world trade. A development in logistics directly influences all markets around the globe. Thousands of planes, ships, trucks, and other vehicles are carrying your next living room furniture or your next meal from remote corners of the world to the store next to your house.

Comment(s) 3/23/2017

Let women code

ERSU ABLAK writes:

“Globalization, digital innovation and climate change, among other factors, continue to change the world in which we work — posing both challenges as well as opportunities in realizing women’s economic potential for a better tomorrow,” according to the United Nations.

Comment(s) 3/16/2017

Paraşüt is rocketing

ERSU ABLAK writes:

“Close your eyes and imagine that you are on the edge of a cliff. Down there, there is a valley where only people who ‘made it’ can live. Only successful people populate the place. You want to be there, but in order to do that, you have to take a leap of faith … Would it not be easier if you had a parachute? That’s why we named our company Paraşüt,” said Sean Yu, the CEO of a company that is helping companies in Turkey better manage their cash flow

Comment(s) 3/2/2017

Taxing robots for the future of mankind

ERSU ABLAK writes:

As I grew up, I realized that the world was indeed divided. But I believe that the divide is not between countries or races: It is between people who try to contribute to the future of humankind (even if it would affect them negatively in the short run) and those who want to maximize their profits today at the expense of others.

Comment(s) 2/23/2017

The gig economy

ERSU ABLAK writes:

I have been watching the habits of the youngest generation very closely. My firm hires many youngsters so I have the chance to observe them. The latest paper that looks at the lives of the coming generation is from Ernst&Young.

Comment(s) 2/16/2017

Ethics and rules of engagement on social media

ERSU ABLAK writes:

Thanks to Donald Trump, social media users in the U.S. are starting to feel the heat that Turkish users have been feeling for many years.

Comment(s) 2/9/2017

Back to basics with slow news

ERSU ABLAK writes:

Social media has done amazing things for thousands of people. It enabled us to reach further than ever.

Comment(s) 2/2/2017

What could politics learn from e-commerce?

ERSU ABLAK writes:

A recent GFK blog about millennials fascinated me with its solid findings about the generation that everyone is talking about these days. We talk about them because they are digital natives; we believe that they have different priorities.

Comment(s) 1/26/2017

Google as a Turkish national search engine

ERSU ABLAK writes:

Yesterday it was announced that our first national search engine, Geliyoo, is ready to be used. The news went viral because just a few days ago, Transportation and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan said we needed a national search engine because we currently depend on foreign technologies.

Comment(s) 1/19/2017

Internet trolls are harmful for Turkey

ERSU ABLAK writes:

According to Wikipedia: “In Internet slang, a troll (/ˈtroʊl/, /ˈtrɒl/) is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a newsgroup, forum, chat room, or blog) with the intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal, on-topic discussion, often for the troll’s amusement.

Comment(s) 1/12/2017

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