PLAN D

All about disruptive tech, social business, open government and basically anything that disrupts the current state of business.
Brilliant. I think the shape itself would also help those collecting donations for non-profits. Donating to a charity through Square feels odd to some. 

Machine accepts cards for tips
As currency goes ever more digital, there have been a number of new technologies enabling quick transactions of small amounts, from contactless wristwatch payments to bill-settling with fingerprints. But does ditching loose change mean that customer service staff are losing out on tips? The DipJar aims to make sure that cardholders can still leave a gratuity. READ MORE…

Brilliant. I think the shape itself would also help those collecting donations for non-profits. Donating to a charity through Square feels odd to some. 

Machine accepts cards for tips

As currency goes ever more digital, there have been a number of new technologies enabling quick transactions of small amounts, from contactless wristwatch payments to bill-settling with fingerprints. But does ditching loose change mean that customer service staff are losing out on tips? The DipJar aims to make sure that cardholders can still leave a gratuity. READ MORE…

(Source: springwise)

ROBOTS IN THE WORKPLACE

Not sure if it’s worth the $22K price tag but it is a step forward in bringing robotics into small and mid sized businesses. Note that this isn’t a kit. It’s almost ready to work right out of the box. I’m looking forward to seeing how it’s actually used by the first round of customers.

(Source: youtube.com)