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  • The Workplace of the Future with Fast Company at SXSW

    , Director of Marketing Communications (Global Workplace Hub Group & North America)

    Change is in the Air: Transformation Underway

    Konica Minolta has always been a brand with transformation and change as part of its DNA, ingrained in the company culture. From having a Minolta camera on the first American manned shuttle that went into space in 1962, to releasing the world’s first 35 mm camera with auto focus in 1977, we have had many world firsts. As our CEO Shoei Yamana mentioned in a recent interview with the Financial Times, innovation at Konica Minolta has historically been focused on ‘over engineering’ our products. In times of stability, such product innovations absolutely have their place. However, today our traditional market place has shrunk dramatically. For Konica Minolta to retain market relevancy, we have to shift our focus to customer value. It is definitely a very different focus to “how can we make our products better.” And so, over the last four years, Konica Minolta’s innovative journey has been accelerating like never before. With the establishment of our Business Innovation Centers, expansion of our R&D facilities globally, and our acquisitions, Konica Minolta is closer than ever to our clients. All this is supporting Konica Minolta’s transformation into a leading edge IT Services business. (more…)

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    3D Cement RobotSo, the saying goes, “The more I learn, the more I realize the less I know.” Attending South by Southwest (SXSW) this past weekend absolutely made me feel dumb and old.

    Dubbed the largest interactive, film and music festival in the United States, the event attracts over 72,000 people and spans 10 hotels and multiple event locations throughout downtown Austin, Texas. The interactive programming sessions encompassed tracks arranged around themes that touched on robotics, content, art and science, healthcare, wearables, gaming, global impact, and so much more.

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