Making the Future a Little More Evenly Distributed


Like any global company, Amazon has to think about the local. At Amazon’s re:Invent conference for their web services, we helped them organize a special China session to talk directly with Chinese clients and address their unique needs.


To see what a car is truly made of, it needs to be on the road, not in a showroom. Which is why we took a group of Tesla owners on a roadtrip like no other: across the roof of the world, from Qinghai to Lhasa, and livestreamed the journey.


When Google wanted to reach out to local app developers, we carried out a survey study and, based on the results, organized a five city tour across China that brought Google engineers face to face with more than 3000 impassioned developers.


VR is still in its infancy, and both companies and users face a steep learning curve in figuring out how to approach it. So when a company like Facebook experiments with how to create VR avatars, it needs more than just to make users aware of it; it takes more in-depth content, that can explain, demonstrate, and captivate.


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