The first edition of Sharkonomics sold almost 10,000 copies in Simplified Chinese available in Mainland China. Now another edition in Complex Chinese that is available in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau is out, with a bright red cover—which, of course, is lucky in China.
I hope that Chinese readers bite hard and fast on this edition, too.
There seems to be a great buzz about the book and topic. I have always been curious about China but I have yet to visit. I hope one day to hold lectures about Sharkonomics in China.
Two full-featured program with p. A Dr. Nicola J. Millard, Head of Customer Insight & Futures, BT Global Services Innovation Team, Adam Hassan, CEO, Designit, Erica Lundin, Lead Centre of Exellence Aida, SEB participants and our Stefan Engeseth as moderator.
There are still some tickets left for fast movers at Insightevents.
This week I was Keynote speaker at Ramboll in Finland. Great audience.
Below, press clip from my speech:
• Now is not the time to be fat and happy… refering to IT-sharks as Google who are entering the building industry.
• He warns that if the real estate and construction industry does not actually take over the domain of digitalisation, someone else will do it.
• Many real estate owners are unknowingly managing a gold mine because real estate information can be processed into a highly lucrative business in the right hands.
Finnish construction magazine Talotekniikka-lehti by Minna Kärkkäinen (1/11/2017).